"In 1985, Hans-Joachim Roedelius was still perceived by the music community as an electronic artist. Yet ever since taking delivery of his Bösendorfer grand piano in 1983, his interest had grown in the most royal of instruments: the piano. Whilst staying with Brian Eno in 1985, Roedelius composed a wealth of new material on his friend's two grand pianos. He organized a series of concerts to introduce his new musical direction, with the Bloomsbury Theatre in London amongst the venues. For Roedelius, this London concert remains one of the highlights of his career. Roedelius plays his way through 21 delicate, drifting piano fantasies, sometimes meandering dreamfully, often progressing towards gorgeous, deeply moving melodies." (label info)
in stock | DE| 2012| BUREAU B | 19.90

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