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Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Classic Bernhard Günter albums for free download



Bernhard Günter has made many of his records and chunks of his Trente Oiseaux catalog available for download. The most exciting part is that a number of albums are free, including several Günter classics. I HIGHLY recommend "UNIVERS TEMPOREL ESPOIR," a brilliant and revelatory record that basically blew my impressionable young mind when I first heard it in 1999-ish. Browse here, though I must admit that we at PSF HQ have been having some trouble extracting files. Still, this is exciting. Günter was one of the pioneers and undisputed masters of exquisitely quiet electronic music, and he was undoubtedly a major influence on a certain generation of electronic musicians and improvisers.

Just to dovetail with the previous post, here's a Paris Transatlantic interview with Günter. His allmusic entry is here.

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