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Tomita, Debussy - Snowflakes Are Dancing (The Newest Sound Of Debussy) Album

Tomita, Debussy - Snowflakes Are Dancing (The Newest Sound Of Debussy) Album

Performer: Tomita, Debussy
Title: Snowflakes Are Dancing (The Newest Sound Of Debussy)
Style: Modern Classical, Modern
Released: 1974
Cat#: ARL1-0488
Country: UK
Label: RCA Red Seal
Size MP3 version: 2084 mb
Size FLAC version: 2572 mb
Size WMA version: 2366 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 501
Genre: Electronic / Classical

Tomita, Debussy - Snowflakes Are Dancing (The Newest Sound Of Debussy) Album


Tracklist

1Snowflakes Are Dancing (Children's Corner, No. 4)2:10
2Gardens In The Rain (Estampes, No. 3)3:41
3Reverie4:44
4The Engulfed Cathedral (Preludes, Book 1, No. 10)6:18
5Golliwog's Cakewalk (Children's Corner, No. 6)2:50
6Footprints In The Snow (Preludes, Book 1, No. 6)4:30
7Arabesque No. 13:57
8Passepied (Suite Bergamasque, No. 4)3:17
9The Girl With The Flaxen Hair (Preludes, Book 1, No. 8)3:25
10Clair De Lune (Suite Bergamasque, No. 3)5:48

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SRA-2947Tomita, Debussy Tomita, Debussy - Clair De Lune ‎(LP, Album, Dyn)RCA Red SealSRA-2947Japan1974
RCX-1003Isao Tomita = 冨田 勲 Isao Tomita = 冨田 勲 - Snowflakes Are Dancing = 月の光 Snowflakes Are Dancing ~ドビュッシーによるメルヘンの世界 ‎(Cass, Album)RCA Red SealRCX-1003Japan1977
APL1-0488, 26.21414Tomita Snowflakes Are Dancing (The Newest Sound Of Debussy) ‎(LP, Album, RE)RCA Victor, RCA VictorAPL1-0488, 26.21414GermanyUnknown
ARL1-0488Tomita, Debussy Tomita, Debussy - Debussy Sound 2000 (Un Viaggio Fantastico Nel Mondo Dell'Elettronica) ‎(LP, Album)RCA Red SealARL1-0488Italy1974
ARL1-0488Tomita, Debussy Tomita, Debussy - Snowflakes Are Dancing (The Newest Sound Of Debussy) ‎(LP, Album)RCA Red SealARL1-0488Canada1974

Credits

  • Arranged By, PerformerIsao Tomita
  • Art DirectionJ. J. Stelmach
  • Artwork [Cover Art]David B. Hecht
  • Composed By [Original]Claude Debussy
  • Lacquer Cut By [From Runouts]Bilbo
  • Photography By [Liner Photo]Tomoki Sato
  • Producer [Produced By]Plasma Music, Inc.
  • Synthesizer [Modular Moog], Engineer [Tape Recorders, Mixers, Accessories]Tomita

Notes

Virtuoso electronic performances of Debussy's beautiful tone paintings

All works published by Sunbury Music Ltd.
(Recorded 1973-74)
℗ 1974 RCA Records.

Manufactured by RCA Limited, England from master recordings of RCA Records.
Printed in England by the Upton Printing Group.

Matrix / Runout notes:
There also exists another UK version with the ARL1-0488 catalog number but with "DAVE" etched in the runout, instead of "BILBO".

"A1A", "A3F" and "A1AAF" are stamper markings.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 Side A, Etched): ARL1 0488-A-1E BILBO A1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 Side B, Etched): ARL1 0488-B-1E EMI A1A BILBO
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 Side A, Etched): ARL1-0488-A-2E A3F
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 Side B, Etched): ARL1 0488-B-1E EMI A1AAF BILBO
  • Other (Price Code): HH

Companies

  • Published By – Sunbury Music Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – RCA Records
  • Manufactured By – RCA Ltd.
  • Printed By – Upton Printing Group

Album

Snowflakes Are Dancing is the second studio album by Japanese musician Isao Tomita, recorded in 19731974 and first released by RCA Records as a Quadradisc in April 1974. The album consists entirely of Tomita's arrangements of Claude Debussy's tone paintings, performed by Tomita on a Moog synthesizer and a Mellotron. It entered the top 50 charts in the United States, where it was nominated for four Grammy Awards in 1975, including best classical album of the year, and it was NARM's best-selling. Engineer Tomita. Mastered By Dave's. Tomita, Debussy - Debussy Sound 2000 Un Viaggio Fantastico Nel Mondo Dell'Elettronica LP, Album. RCA Red Seal. ARL1-0488. Listen free to Isao Tomita The Newest Sound of Debussy: Snowflakes Are Dancing The Engulfed Cathedral, Passepied and more. 10 tracks 40:38. Do you know any background info about this album Start the wiki. In addition to creating note-by-note realizations, Tomita made extensive use of the sound design capabilities of his instrument, using synthesizers to create new artificial sounds to accompany and enhance his electronic realizations of acoustic instruments. He also made effective use of analog music sequencers and feat read more. First off, the CD Isa Tomita 1932-2016, Debussy: Snowflakes Are Dancing arrived as promised. For those of you who don't know, Isao Tomita was a pioneer in the synthesized music scene. He was able to manipulate the Moog Synthesizer like no other. This album is very etherial and has a fluid sound, it seems mr Tomita is in love with the music and this comes across on many of the tracks, the girl with the flaxen hair is a good example, it just flows along like a stream. For those of you who have never heard this kind of music, I can say you need to be in the right mood to listen to it, this is where you shut your eyes and bliss out on the sound, one for a softly lite room and no other distractions. Isao Tomita. Snowflakes Are Dancing. As well, the album succeeds as an interpretation of several Debussy compositions including Clair de lune and Arabesque No. Debussy's atmospheric compositions are naturals to receive the Tomita treatment and despite a few moments of interstellar cheesiness worthy of Star Hustler, Tomita's debut is an intriguing proto-synthesizer-pop record. snowflakes are dancing. Проверенная покупка: да Состояние товара: Новые. Isao Tomita - Snowflakes Are Dancing 1974. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Фактически это академическая музыка исполняемая на синтезаторах и другой электронной аппаратуре. Songs in album Isao Tomita - Snowflakes Are Dancing 1974. Isao Tomita - Snowflakes are Dancing Children's Corner, No. Isao Tomita - Reverie. Isao Tomita - Gardens in the Rain Estampes, No. Isao Tomita - Clair de lune Suite Bergamasque, No. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download

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Album from my deepest childhood memories, probably heard on the radio while lying in my cradle....it's great to come back to it and spin it on my record player after so many years.....music is forever.