℗ 2015 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin, under exclusive license to Verve Label Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
Released March 9, 2018
Originated September 4, 2015
Duration 2m 18s
Record Label Deutsche Grammophon Classics
Genre Classical

Space 17 (chains, Pt. 5 / Edit) (Single)

Max Richter

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Space 17 (chains, Pt. 5 / Edit)
Max Richter; Max Richter
"If you listen while you’re awake, many of these pieces conjure dreamy states, where ideas seem fluid and flexible and the world around you seems somehow softer." - Pitchfork Max Richter took on this large-scale project entitled Sleep based on the concept of the neuroscience of sleep. In total, this project is nearly eight hours of music meant to be listened to before and during someone's sleep cycle. Richter combines keyboards, electronics, vocals, and strings to create a sleep aid for listeners with a series uninterrupted lullabies. "For me, Sleep is an attempt to see how that space when your conscious mind is on holiday can be a place for music to live." - Max Richter"
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Deutsche Grammophon Classics Studio Masters
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