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Name:Richard Burmer Mosiac (1984) New Age @224

Total Size: 76.82 MB

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11- Ela-a (Theme No.2).mp3 (Size: 76.82 MB) (Files: 12)

 11- Ela-a (Theme No.2).mp3

7.32 MB

 10- Lamento Di Tristan.mp3

5.19 MB

 09- Under Shaded Water.mp3

6.01 MB

 08- The Hill.mp3

7.03 MB

 07- Ave Pladaelio.mp3

7.50 MB

 06- '88.mp3

4.06 MB

 05- The Serum.mp3

11.11 MB

 04- Riverbend.mp3

3.63 MB

 03- Winter on the Wind.mp3

8.11 MB

 02- Solarsex.mp3

9.89 MB

 01- Physics.mp3

6.96 MB

 00- Richard Burmer - Mosaic.nfo

6.14 KB

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Richard Burmer - Mosaic
Artist...............: Richard Burmer
Album................: Mosaic
Genre................: New Age
Source...............: NMR
Year.................: 1984
Ripper...............: NMR
Codec................: LAME 3.92
Version..............: MPEG 1 Layer III
Quality..............: Extreme, (avg. bitrate: 224kbps)
Channels.............: Stereo / 48000 hz
Tags.................: ID3 v1.1, ID3 v2.3
Ripped by............: Drunken Pyscho
Included.............: NFO

01. (00:04:21) Richard Burmer - Physics
02. (00:06:10) Richard Burmer - Solarsex
03. (00:05:04) Richard Burmer - Winter On The Wind
04. (00:02:16) Richard Burmer - Riverbend
05. (00:06:56) Richard Burmer - The Serum
06. (00:02:32) Richard Burmer - '88
07. (00:04:41) Richard Burmer - Ave Pladaelio
08. (00:04:23) Richard Burmer - The Hill
09. (00:03:45) Richard Burmer - Under Shaded Water
10. (00:03:14) Richard Burmer - Lamento Di Tristan
11. (00:04:34) Richard Burmer - Ela-a (Theme No.2)
Playing Time.........: 00:47:56
Total Size...........: 76.82 MB

Inspired by this science. An impression of the playful interaction of the
atoms and their astounding levels of energy which exist.
Music for sun bathing. A day of finding a quiet place and reclining to
allow the sun to deliver that wonderful sensation. Closing my eyes to
view a parade of various daydreams and opening them again to the
realization of an irreproachable day.
Winter on the Wind
A composition for the time of year when the trees are bare and the
temperature drops. Various birds begin their migration while others
stay. The "winter birds" seem to cycle from the open field in my
backyard, to a limb of a barren tree, then to areas near the house.
Sometimes I do not see them at all. When the snow arrives and I am
sitting comfortably by the fire, I think of those who live winter on the
When I was young, I lived near a river named "The Shiawassee".
Children would go there to fish, play and create adventures or
sometimes just sit on the bank to rest. Without any bridge near by, I
was unable to go to the other side. Eventually, I realized there was
only a field with a small community airport. Still, the mystery inspired
some incredible dreams and this piece of music would easily be an
accompaniment to one of those dreams.
The Serum
This composition is divided into three movements. The first slams into
a vertigo playground which refuses to provide an exit but suggesting
that "The Serum" may be a cure. With no other choice, it is taken.
This leads into the second movement. Here we find an exotic rhythm
slowly building. Things are a little quieter now. A bell tolls and a female
voice forms a vortex around you which disappears as more
percussion enters. This slams (yes, again!) into the third movement
which builds only to show you there is no serum here. The final drum
hits and you are left alone in limbo.
This is a piece which is actually a reflection of a dream I had around '
82. I was at my parents' house for Christmas dinner. On the counter
near the kitchen was a greeting card addressed to me. One of those
oversize cards. I opened it to find a grade school picture of myself
glued inside. The only thing I recall of the writing was that the words
that were written were alternating by each word, one in pen, the next
in felt tip ink, some in charcoal. The message escapes me. I looked at
the postmark to find where this disturbing card came from. No city or
state was visible, but it was dated '88.
Ave Pladaelio
A piece to pay homage to my early search, techniques, philosophy of
creating the sound I wish my music to have. "Pladaelio" -- a self
concieved word of which I know of no origin. Developed eventually into
a term "Pladaelio-phonics".
The Hill
This composition was inspired by an area of land that my brother Bob
and his wife Suzy own on the Leelanau Penninsula, near Traverse
City, Michigan. On his request to visit him, I drove to see this place he
spoke so highly of. It was mid-summer, as I recall. At one point, Bob
and I took a walk along with their dogs, Tupelo and Randy. Late
afternoon was approaching, when we came to this hill. Looking
towards the woods in the distance, you could see a bit of Lake
Leelanau. Winds would start to blow and Bob said to me, "Sometimes
you can almost feel the souls of dead sailors passing by". I will never
forget that special moment, Bob. Thanks.
Under Shaded Water
This piece could almost go hand-in-hand with a Maxfield Parrish
setting. Resting underwater in a small pond surrounded by a canopy
of trees on a sunny day.
Lamento Di Tristan
My own interpretation of one of my favorite 14th Century pieces. The
idea was to take the basic form and embellish it, as well as create
some complimentary parts to a piece that so strongly enchants me.
Ela-a (Theme No.2)
A composition to sign-off with. Time to go home. I also think of
walking along the beaches at night in Sountern California. Ela-a (
another self-conceived word) is this entity which rises from the sea
just to smile and say good-bye.
Composed, Performed and Produced by Richard Burmer
Recorded by Richard Burmer at Symmetrical Sound
Mixed by Richard Burmer and Darwin Foye at EFX systems, Burbank,
Mastered by Clete Baker and Doug Pennington
Sound recorders -- Omaha, NE
*Lamento Di Tristan arranged by Richard Burmer
Richard Burmer Emulator, Synthesizers, Mellotron and Chamberlain
Debra Burmer vocals on "The Serum" and "Ave Pladaelio"
Dennis Baglama Saxophone on "Solarsex" and "The Serum"
Don Swanson bells and cymbals on "Solarsex"

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