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Les Ondes Martenot - Dos album mp3

Les Ondes Martenot - Dos album mp3
Performer:
Les Ondes Martenot
Album:
Dos
Style:
Indie Rock, Folk, Ballad
Released:
2010
FLAC vers. size:
1783 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1857 mb
WMA vers. size:
1363 mb
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4.6 ★
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Somewhat patterned after the Russian Theremin, the Ondes Martenot (the "Martenot Waves") was another early electronic music instrument which was first presented publicly in May, 1928 at the Parisian Opera House by its inventor Maurice Martenot. This collection contains: "Fete des belles eaux" (1937), "Suite for Ondes Martenot and Piano" (1933) by Darius Milhaud, "3 Poemes" (1935) by Andre Jolivet, and "Hexade" (1973) by Roger Tessier.

The ondes Martenot or ondes musicales ("musical waves") is an early electronic musical instrument. It is played with a keyboard or by moving a ring along a wire, creating wavering, theremin-like sounds. A player of the ondes martenot is called an ondist. The ondes martenot was invented in 1928 by the French inventor Maurice Martenot. Martenot was inspired by the accidental overlaps of tones between military radio oscillators, and wanted to create an instrument with the expressiveness of the cello.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Abril
Trumpet – Pablo Prieto
3:12
2 Acuarela
Cello – Paulina Mühlle WiehofViolin – Estefanía VergaraVocals – Pricilla Barahona
3:48
3 Amargo
Violin – Estefanía Vergara
3:15
4 Fotos
Cello – Paulina Mühlle Wiehof
2:54
5 En Tren
Accordion – Pablo BenavidesCello – Paulina Mühlle WiehofViolin – Estefanía Vergara
3:06
6 Un Día 3:30
7 Canción 18
Trumpet – Pablo Prieto
2:44
8 Fin
Cello – Paulina Mühlle WiehofViolin – Estefanía Vergara
3:33
9 Las Cosas 4:09

Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards – Rodrigo Hoyos
  • Bass – Hernán Ahumada
  • Drums – Víctor Fernández
  • Electric Guitar – Claudio Garretón
  • Mixed By – Sokio
  • Vocals, Accordion, Keyboards – Alejandra Vaca
  • Written-by [Words & Music] – Alejandra Vaca (tracks: 6, 8), Rodrigo Hoyos (tracks: 1 to 5, 7, 9)

Notes

Recorded July 2009 / August 2010 at Estudios Radio Horizonte and Estudios Amapolas, Santiago, Chile.
Mixed August / September 2010.