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Giacinto Scelsi: Konx-Om-Pax

Giacinto Scelsi: Konx-Om-Pax

Giacinto Scelsi, Count of Ayala Valva (La Spezia, 8 January 1905 – Rome, 9 August 1988) was an Italian composer who also wrote surrealist poetry in French. He is best known for writing music based around only one pitch, altered in all manners through microtonal oscillations, harmonic allusions, and changes in timbre and dynamics, as paradigmatically exemplified in his revolutionary Quattro Pezzi su una nota sola [„Four Pieces on a...

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A review from Heathen Harvest (November 13, 2011)

Coph’antae Tryr is the project of Russian-born sound artist Guram Torua, who hails from the city of Kaliningrad in the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad Oblast. Positioned on the Baltic Sea and cut off from its mainland by Lithuania to its North and East, as well as Poland to its South, this area is rich in history, having survived German occupation through the late 1800′s / early 1900′s as East Prussia up until its split into Poland and the...

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V/A AL (2CD)

V/A AL (2CD)

Liber AL vel Legis – 100th Anniversary. Double CD compilation of an exclusive and unreleased tracks dedicated to Aiwass & New Aeon & The Book Of The Law technically called Liber AL vel Legis sub figura CCXX as delivered by XCIII = 418 to DCLXVI that was dictated in Cairo on April 8th-10th in the year 1904. Tracklist: 1-01 Hexentanz – Oh, Blessed Beast 4:05 1-02 Musterion – Baphomet: The Magus, The Fool (Fo-Hi),...

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V/A Chaos (CD)

V/A Chaos (CD)

„Holy art Thou, Chaos, Chaos, Eternity, all contradictions in terms!“ – Aleister Crowley: The Vision & The Voice, 4th Aethyr „Know ye, who seek after wisdom, that the foundation of this art of which many have perished, is a thing stronger and more sublime than all other things.“ – Turba philosophorum The project explores magickal & scientifick patterns of Chaos. Breaks. 333. Tracklist: 1      ...

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