Media Condition: Near Mint (NM or M-)
Sleeve Condition: Near Mint (NM or M-)
sleeve + vinyl in superb cond., vinyl looks like never played before, archive copy, label with stamp “ unverkäuflich“ without poster
What would Beethoven or Mozart do if living in our space age?
Probably join the VC-PEOPLE as voltage controlled music cannot be ignored anymore.
Each epoch had its own characteristic music.
In our days electronics have become a very important part of our life and therefore of our music, too.
You can hear many people say that electronics kill the „soul“ of music.
However, the „soul“ has its orign [sic] in the composer, the arranger and the musician. Now, the computer’s assignment is not to replace any of these artists, but to help them.
He enables them to make music, free from any technical restrictions.
The possibilities to create new sounds and sound combinations grow beyond limits with the help of such a computer.
For me, as an arranger, it is therefore one of the most exciting things to work with those „voltage controlled“ instruments.
Included a poster of the front cover.
A1. Gipsy Dance (Habanera From »Carmen«)
A2. Disco Rigoletto (Caro Nome From »Rigoletto«)
A3. E-L-I-Z-A (Piece For Eliza)
A4. Mr. Boccherini’s Minuetto (String Quartet)
A5. Hoffmanns Fairy Tales (Barcarole From The »Tales Of Hoffmann«)
B1. I’m A Turk (Turkish March)
B2. Bird Catcher (From »Birdseller«)
B3. Seraglio Hijack (From Overture »Serail«)
B4. Tales From The Vienna Woods (From Stories Of »Wienerwald«)
B5. Cancan From Orpheus In The Underground (From »Orpheus«)
Rights Society GEMA
Label Code LC 3379
Matrix / Runout 200373 A-1/79S
Matrix / Runout 200373 B-1/79S
Record Company Ariola Eurodisc GmbH
Printed By Mohndruck Reinhard Mohn GmbH
Published By New A Musikverlag GmbH
Pressed By Sonopress