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Music for a non-existent dance,
This review is from: Ballett 4 (Audio CD)Klaus Schultz's Ballett 4 seems intended as a soundtrack for a dance performance, but no such ballet has ever been staged. Originally released (along with parts 1, 2 and 3) as part of 2000's Contemporary Works Box Set, it's now available separately with another bonus incentive, the ten-minute track "Eleven 2 Eleven".
Ballett 4 feels much more organic than Schultz's 70s work, with the addition of cello, violin and flute as well as his trademark synths and electronica.
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Initial post: 2 Jan 2008 23:06:36 GMT
Keys to the Rain says:
Ballet 4 is 70 + minutes of very succesful KS done in 2000 . Sorry but i own the 2000 version w out the extra track . But it must be worth hearing
As well as Kontinuum , Klaus managed to align himself musically along with the gods whom send down and give us music that vibrates very positivelky w our bodies and mind . That phenomenon doesnt happen with all musicians and all records
This is an exceptional disc from the 4 ballet discs that are being re realeased . I highly recommend owning this highly valuable disc that coudlve been forgotten , if not this great re edition proyect that KS has taken on.
A grateful KS enthusiast
Arica - Chile
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