|Album:||Le Sette Chiese - Streets - Eclair De Lune||Collection:||Classical|
|Artist:||Montovani, Bruno||Added:||Aug 2008|
|Add Date:||2009-08-23||Pull Date:||2009-10-25||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||Oct 11||Sep 20||Sep 13||Sep 6||Aug 30|
|1.||Aug 28, 2010:||Music Casserole
Streets, Le Sette Chiese: La Crypte
|4.||Sep 10, 2009:||orangeasm
|2.||Oct 10, 2009:||Music Casserole
Le Sette Chiese: La Piazza Santo Stefano
|5.||Sep 04, 2009:||Memory Select
Le Sette Chiese: Basilique Des Saints Vital Et Agricola
|3.||Sep 18, 2009:||Power Hour
|6.||Aug 28, 2009:||Vicodin Music
Le Sette Chiese: La Basilique Du Sepulcre
1-9 are continuous but mostly work as separate tracks.
1- Twilight mischief led by buzzy flute. Becomes a loud, intense midtempo.
2- Dire horns. Mid/fast groaning, dissonant ascending scale. Slow 2nd half, still dire.
3- Clarinet leads a poking flutter of sounds. Soft horns later.
4- Soft-falling piano. Gets rocky, powerful. Quiet violin ending.
5- Warped, dissonant horns. Then tumbling percussion, cool!
6- Swirling sounds punctuated by loud brass punches. A jumbled rush later. SEGUES into:
7- Sparse shrill tones, hard-edged but far apart. Loud slow motion.
8- Fast scribbles, middling intensity. Lingering. SEGUES to:
9- Blossoming, opening slowness in bitter tones. Big swells of sound. Drawn-out ending; cut it off around -0:30.
10- (15:01) Severe, intense group piece. Opens with brassy popping, fluttery airy violin (I love the violin sound here), and angular harp, an anticipatory sound overall. Violent after -9:00. Ends in a quieter but still tense mode.
11- (20:45) Tense jitters, first on pianos in three shimmering layers, then in full group with lots of percussion and some electronics.
... From -8:20 on would make a good excerpt: it's a spread-out series of loud chaotic events, dynamic but with long breaks powered by a subtle rustling sound. Inconclusive, wandering ending.