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The Beekeepers Apprentice - David Sylvian - Approaching Silence

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  1. Doulabar
    1. The Beekeeper's Apprentice () 2. Epiphany () 3. Approaching Silence () Total Time: Line-up / Musicians - David Sylvian / synthesizer, electronics, sampling, guitar (1), producer With: Frank Perry / gong, Noan bells & finger bells (1) - /5.
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  2. Zolosar
    The track Approaching Silence was originally used as the soundtrack of the Redemption exhibition (/w Robert Fripp ), but until now unreleased. * These tracks were perviously released on the soundtrack of the Ember Glance box (). In the booklet a couple of photos are published, taken by David himself.
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  3. Nijas
    Two pieces,'The Beekeepers Apprentice' and 'Epiphany' originally accompanied the 'Ember Glance' installation, a multi media work made in collaboration with the artists Russell Mills and Ian Walton, and exhibited in Tokyo, September 'Approaching Silence' accompanied the multi media work 'Redemption' installed at the P3 Gallery, Tokyo
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  4. Kazijora
    David Sylvian, Approaching Silence I think about silence all the time these days, perhaps an odd admission from a site devoted to sound. I'm not sure whence my fascination with the concept comes from, but it probably sits in the sweet spot of various topics that intrigue me like retreat, utopia, acoustics, architecture, sound and cethischillbinderbandinadar.infoinfo: Pound For Pound.
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  5. Tasida
    Nov 25,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about David Sylvian - Approaching Silence at Discogs. Complete your David Sylvian collection/5().
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  6. Dogal
    "The Beekeeper's Apprentice" (Perry, Sylvian) – "Epiphany" (Sylvian) – "Approaching Silence" (Sylvian) – ; Personnel. Robert Fripp – effects (3) David Sylvian – art director, engineer (1, 2), instruments, sound, lights (exhibition), installation concept and creation; Frank Perry – Noan bells, bowed Gong, Finger bells; TechnicalGenre: Ambient.
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  7. Zulkizuru
    Aug 26,  · David Sylvian has garnered a deserved reputation for brooding melancholy. On albums like Gone to Earth and last year's Dead Bees on a Cake, he seeks salvation while wallowing in the most ecstatic state of quiet repose. Approaching Silence is what you might imagine Sylvian hears in his darkest ruminations. Comprised of two very long soundscapes and one vignette, Sylvian orchestrates /5(14).
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