Jens Harald Bratlie – Vers la Lumiere (2016) MCH SACD ISO

Jens Harald Bratlie – Vers la Lumiere (2016)
SACD Rip | SACD ISO | DST64 2.0 / 5.1 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 55:48 minutes | 2,89 GB
Genre: Classical | Publisher (label): 2L 2L-132-SACD

Life, with its extraordinary diversity, brings both light and darkness, and the tension in between is something everyone has felt. In the course of a lifetime we get to know every degree and every nuance of light and shade. And it is precisely the experience that light can be shut out for long periods that makes the full richness and potential of life seem even stronger when light returns. The electroacoustic “Vers la Lumière” connects the classical works for piano on this album to make an uninterrupted whole. Through reflection and innovation David Bratlie’s transitions represents a contemporary voice, and it provides continuity, and looks ahead, on this musical journey with Antonio Bibalo, Franz Liszt and Olivier Messiaen.

Immersive Audio is a sonic sculpture that you can literally move around and relate to spatially; surrounded by music you can move about in the aural space and choose angles, vantage points and positions. Dolby Atmos and the Auro-3D on this Pure Audio Blu-ray delivers a new standard in immersion, fully enveloping the audience in a cocoon of life-like audio. Recorded in discrete 9.1 at DXD resolution.


1. Sonate Nr. 2 For Klaver “La Notte” 15:45
Composed By – Antonio Bibalo

2. Vers La Lumière I 1:54
Composed By, Performer, Electronics – David Bratlie

3. Annèes De Pèlerinage: Vallée D’Obermann 14:16
Composed By – Franz Liszt

4. Vers La Lumière II 2:51
Composed By, Performer, Electronics – David Bratlie

5. Vingt Regards Sur L’Enfant-Jésus: X. Regard De L’Espirit De Joie 8:42
Composed By – Olivier Messiaen

6. Vers La Lumière III 3:10
Composed By, Performer, Electronics – David Bratlie

7. Vingt Regards Sur L’Enfant-Jésus: I. Regard Du Père 9:07
Composed By – Olivier Messiaen

Jens Harald Bratie – piano
David Bratie – electroacoustics


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