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Michael Hoenig|Departure from the Northern Wasteland

Departure from the Northern Wasteland

Michael Hoenig

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Departure from the Northern Wasteland, a classic of the progressive electronic genre, contains four pieces that are almost perfect in their realization of the sequencer as a compositional tool. Hoenig took the concept of repetitive music further than most anyone in his homeland and claimed his inspiration was drawn from American minimalist composers Philip Glass, Steve Reich, and Terry Riley. The title track is a sublime 20-minute journey through ever-changing melodic and rhythmic phase relationships, creating the vivid sensation of a train ride through misty Northern European landscapes.
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Departure from the Northern Wasteland
00:20:55

Michael Hoenig, Composer, MainArtist - Wild Bush Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher - Michael Hoening, Producer

(C) 2011 Kuckuck Schallplatten (P) 1978 Kuckuck Schallplatten

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Hanging Garden Transfer
00:10:59

Michael Hoenig, Composer, MainArtist - Wild Bush Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher - Michael Hoening, Producer

(C) 2011 Kuckuck Schallplatten (P) 1978 Kuckuck Schallplatten

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Voices of Where
00:06:17

Michael Hoenig, Composer, MainArtist - Wild Bush Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher - Michael Hoening, Producer

(C) 2011 Kuckuck Schallplatten (P) 1978 Kuckuck Schallplatten

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Sun and Moon
00:04:14

Michael Hoenig, Composer, MainArtist - Wild Bush Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher - Michael Hoening, Producer

(C) 2011 Kuckuck Schallplatten (P) 1978 Kuckuck Schallplatten

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Departure from the Northern Wasteland, a classic of the progressive electronic genre, contains four pieces that are almost perfect in their realization of the sequencer as a compositional tool. Hoenig took the concept of repetitive music further than most anyone in his homeland and claimed his inspiration was drawn from American minimalist composers Philip Glass, Steve Reich, and Terry Riley. The title track is a sublime 20-minute journey through ever-changing melodic and rhythmic phase relationships, creating the vivid sensation of a train ride through misty Northern European landscapes.
© Linda Kohanov /TiVo

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