G. 1888

by Stéphane Horeczko

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    6 sheet music for piano from the album "G. 1888" by Stéphane Horeczko. Sheet music optimized for iPad. A tribute to composer Erik Satie and his famous "3 Gymnopédies" published for the first time in year 1888. Contents: 1- Fugaces, 2- G. 1888, 3- Monochrome, 4- Absences, 5- Ondulations, 6- Une épine et la beauté

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credits

released 09 September 2009
Produced, composed, and performed by Stéphane Horeczko
Tenor saxophone on tracks 05 - "L'étreinte" & 10 - "Le ciel n'a pas mémoire" by David Rousselet
Recorded, engineered and mixed by Maxime Lefèvre at Claudia Sound
Mastered by Alain Ersnt from FreeSon
Cover art design by Marko Martini

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"Stéphane Horeczko's writing and playing style is like a graceful gymnast, with space gifted to both the linear time aspect as well as the chords and melodic intervals. The melody intervals and key changes are surprising and satisfying to the ear, many times haunting, highly modern classical, with a slight hint of elegant jazz ... The crystal clear sound of the acoustic piano contrasts nicely with the ambient echoey saxophone sound, and the purposely old scratchy phonograph sound of the last mix brings out the timelessness of this album."

Steven Cravis

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