by Kassel Jaeger, Stephan Mathieu and Akira Rabelais
24Bit_96kHz Digital Edition
11-page PDF booklet by Caro Mikalef
a classic 2.5cm pin, black print on fluorescent white
Edition of 78
On Saturday, December 22.1894, Claude Debussy made some final adjustments to the score for his ‘Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune’ just before the premiere performance.
20 years later, it‘s the dawn of WW I and in Thomas Mann‘s final chapter of The Magic Mountain Hans Castorp dreams of sun-drenched flowering meadows and blue skies, oblivion and blest stasis, while listening to Debussy's Prélude playing from a mechanical gramophone.
Debussy‘s signature is taken from his manuscript for the Prélude.
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To me, this album sounds like a dying planet that was once full of life, but is now mostly desert with a few pockets of water. This music creates such specific pictures like that, and that's why I enjoy it so much. ggrimes65