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7 thoughts on “ Two Songs - Harold Budd Produced By Brian Eno - The Pavilion Of Dreams
  1. Zurn says:
    Jan 05,  · Based on the ambient theme "A minute, a day, no more" from Harold Budd & Robin Guthrie. This is a 1 hour meditative version. Loop crossfade starts at (12 loops used). Completed in Adobe.
  2. Meztim says:
    Two other albums that I highly recommend are "Thursday Afternoon" by Brian Eno, and "Songs For Lost Blossoms" by Harold Budd and Clive Wright. "Thursday Afternoon" is an excellent ambient album, and "Songs For Lost Blossoms" has at least two really amazing ambient songs in my opinion/5(45).
  3. Fenritaur says:
    The second in Brian Eno's ambient series, The Plateaux of Mirrors fuses the fragile piano melodies of Harold Budd and the atmospheric electronics of Eno to create a lovely, evocative work. In sharp contrast to the exaggerated pieces found on his debut, The Pavilion of Dreams, this record finds Budd delivering sharp shards of piano notes pregnant with meaning and minimal in the best sense of 8/
  4. Kagakazahn says:
    In he resigned from the institute and began recording his new compositions, produced by British ambient pioneer Brian Eno. Two years later, Harold Budd's debut album The Pavilion of Dreams was released. Budd has developed a style of playing piano he terms "soft pedal," which can be described as slow and sustained.
  5. Dugor says:
    2. The Crystal Garden And A Coda: B2: Juno Glockenspiel – Gavin Bryars Marimba – Michael Nyman Percussion – John White Piano – Harold Budd Vibraphone – Howard Rees Vibraphone [Vibes] – Jo Julian Voice – Gavin Bryars, Harold Budd, Jo Julian, John White, Michael Nyman Voice [Voices] – Brian Eno Written-By – Harold Budd/5(33).
  6. Tojagal says:
    Mar 13,  · Harold Budd & Robin Guthrie - Before the Day Breaks () (Full Album) [HQ] - Duration: Matias Alejandro Cabrera 53, views.
  7. Grogis says:
    May 01,  · In he resigned from the institute and began recording his new compositions, produced by British ambient pioneer Brian Eno. Two years later Harold Budd's debut album The Pavilion of Dreams was.

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