℗ 2021 Deutsche Grammophon, Berlin
Released May 13, 2022
Duration 1h 05m 35s
Record Label Deutsche Grammophon (DG)
Genre Electronic
 

Satie – Fragments

Various Artists

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Pièces froides  
1.1
II. Danses de travers, 2. Passer (TWO LANES Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
TWO LANES
5:32
1.2
Gymnopédie No. 3 (Henrik Schwarz Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
Henrik Schwarz
5:36
1.3
Gnossienne No. 1 (Monolink Nostalgia Remix (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
Monolink
5:41
Enfantillages pittoresques  
1.4
II. Berceuse (Christian Löffler Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
Christian Löffler
5:37
Avant-dernières pensées  
1.5
I. Idylle (Snorri Hallgrímsson Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
Snorri Hallgrímsson
3:57
1.6
Gymnopédie No. 3 (Pantha du Prince Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
Pantha Du Prince
5:18
1.7
Gnossienne No. 1 (Grandbrothers Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
Grandbrothers
5:07
Sonneries de la Rose+Croix  
1.8
I. Air de l'Ordre (Moritz Fasbender Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
Moritz Fasbender
4:20
1.9
Gymnopédie No. 1 (Dominik Eulberg Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
Dominik Eulberg
7:31
1.10
Gnossienne No. 5 (French 79 Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
French 79
5:31
1.11
Gnossienne No. 1 (Kid Francescoli Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
Kid Francescoli
4:28
1.12
I. Air de l'Ordre (Sascha Braemer 5pm Remix (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
Sascha Braemer
6:57
DG’s new genre-bending series Fragments will spotlight the music of a single composer, issuing twelve reworks as e-singles over a period of months, culminating in a full album release. At the heart of the series is a dynamic dialogue between past and present, tradition and innovation, creation and re-creation. Fragments begins by focusing on the music of eccentric French genius Erik Satie, forefather of modern minimalism and an enduring influence almost a century after his death. The Satie series kicked off with an arrangement by the Berlin duo TWO LANES, known for their music with acoustic and electronic elements. Their unique rework of “Pièces froides: II. Danses de travers” is a dreamy reminiscence yet modern translation of Satie’s original work. The second track from the series comes from electro-pop artist French 79, who jumped to public attention with his single Between the Buttons back in 2014 and has since gone on to find international fame. For his Fragment, French79 has turned to the Gnossienne No. 5, a lilting and nonchalant solo piano piece that Satie wrote in 1889. “His ability to craft such simple yet beautiful melodies or his peculiar song structures, as when a theme comes and goes through a piece – these are still relevant patterns in today’s electronic music”, says French 79. Most recently, “Sonneries de la Rose+Croix”, a fragment by Sascha Braemer, was released. The German DJ, who began his career in the 1990s Berlin rave scene, is no stranger to the art of the remix. Yet even so, ‘Air de l’Ordre’, written for an esoteric religious sect in 1891, was “quite difficult to pack into a modern guise”, he says. But then Braemer likes a challenge. He came up with an idea. How about, instead of just one remix, creating two? “A time travel with a change of harmonies”, he explains. That is, after all, very much in the spirit of ‘Air de l’Ordre’, a solo piano piece evoking hymns, plainchant and a long-lost medieval world of monastic devotion. These releases give a taste of what is offered on this debut Fragments series, now collected as a full album!
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Deutsche Grammophon (DG) Studio Masters

Tracks 1, 2, 7-12 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit Track 3 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.87
-3.34 to -0.32
-14.57
-19.48 to -11.77
8
5 to 13
1
II. Danses de travers, 2. Passer (TWO LANES Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
-0.32-11.956
2
Gymnopédie No. 3 (Henrik Schwarz Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
-0.32-18.3013
3
Gnossienne No. 1 (Monolink Nostalgia Remix (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
-3.34-12.735
4
II. Berceuse (Christian Löffler Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
-0.32-15.569
5
I. Idylle (Snorri Hallgrímsson Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
-2.08-19.4810
6
Gymnopédie No. 3 (Pantha du Prince Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
-0.32-12.488
7
Gnossienne No. 1 (Grandbrothers Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
-0.32-13.388
8
I. Air de l'Ordre (Moritz Fasbender Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
-0.83-18.2610
9
Gymnopédie No. 1 (Dominik Eulberg Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
-1.63-14.778
10
Gnossienne No. 5 (French 79 Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
-0.32-13.467
11
Gnossienne No. 1 (Kid Francescoli Rework (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
-0.32-12.727
12
I. Air de l'Ordre (Sascha Braemer 5pm Remix (FRAGMENTS / Erik Satie))
-0.32-11.777

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