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Voices

Max Richter

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1.1
All Human Beings
Max Richter; Max Richter; KiKi Layne; Mari Samuelsen; Chris Worsey; Tenebrae; Claire Kohda Hazelton; Rick Koster; Nicolette Kuo; Jamie Hutchinson; Ian Humphries; Tom Pigott-Smith; Oak Lau; Rachel Robson; Raja Halder; Preetha Narayanan; Juan González; Elisa Bergersen;
6:16
1.2
Origins
Max Richter; Max Richter; Ian Burdge
3:56
1.3
Journey Piece
Max Richter; Max Richter; KiKi Layne; Mari Samuelsen; Robert Ziegler; Tenebrae; Andy Marshall; Ani Batikian; Ashok Klouda; Ayako Halder; Beth Symmons; Beverley Jones; Bruce White; Camilla Pay; Chris Allan; Chris Worsey; Claire Kohda Hazelton; Clifton Harrison; Daniel
2:22
1.4
Chorale
Max Richter; Max Richter; KiKi Layne; Grace Davidson; Mari Samuelsen; Robert Ziegler; Tenebrae; Claire Kohda Hazelton; Andy Marshall; Ani Batikian; Ashok Klouda; Ayako Halder; Beth Symmons; Beverley Jones; Bruce White; Camilla Pay; Chris Allan; Chris Worsey; Clifton H
11:24
1.5
Hypocognition
Max Richter; Max Richter; KiKi Layne; Robert Ziegler
1:05
1.6
Prelude 6
Max Richter; Max Richter
3:21
1.7
Murmuration
Max Richter; Max Richter; KiKi Layne; Mari Samuelsen; Robert Ziegler; Tenebrae; Andy Marshall; Ani Batikian; Ashok Klouda; Ayako Halder; Beth Symmons; Beverley Jones; Bruce White; Camilla Pay; Chris Allan; Chris Worsey; Claire Kohda Hazelton; Clifton Harrison; Daniel
8:17
1.8
Cartography
Max Richter; Max Richter; KiKi Layne
4:22
1.9
Little Requiems
Max Richter; Max Richter; KiKi Layne; Grace Davidson; Mari Samuelsen; Robert Ziegler; Tenebrae; Andy Marshall; Ani Batikian; Ashok Klouda; Ayako Halder; Beth Symmons; Beverley Jones; Bruce White; Camilla Pay; Chris Allan; Chris Worsey; Claire Kohda Hazelton; Clifton H
7:38
1.10
Mercy
Max Richter; Max Richter; Mari Samuelsen
5:29
2.1
All Human Beings (Voiceless Mix)
Max Richter; Max Richter; Mari Samuelsen; Robert Ziegler; Andy Marshall; Ani Batikian; Ashok Klouda; Ayako Halder; Beth Symmons; Beverley Jones; Bruce White; Camilla Pay; Chris Allan; Chris Worsey; Claire Kohda Hazelton; Clifton Harrison; Daniel Bhattacharya; Dave Dan
6:00
2.2
Origins (Voiceless Mix)
Max Richter; Max Richter; Ian Burdge
3:49
2.3
Journey Piece (Voiceless Mix)
Max Richter; Max Richter; Mari Samuelsen; Robert Ziegler; Andy Marshall; Ani Batikian; Ashok Klouda; Ayako Halder; Beth Symmons; Beverley Jones; Bruce White; Camilla Pay; Chris Allan; Chris Worsey; Claire Kohda Hazelton; Clifton Harrison; Daniel Bhattacharya; Dave Dan
2:16
2.4
Chorale (Voiceless Mix)
Max Richter; Max Richter; Mari Samuelsen; Robert Ziegler; Andy Marshall; Ani Batikian; Ashok Klouda; Ayako Halder; Beth Symmons; Beverley Jones; Bruce White; Camilla Pay; Chris Allan; Chris Worsey; Claire Kohda Hazelton; Clifton Harrison; Daniel Bhattacharya; Dave Dan
11:13
2.5
Hypocognition (Voiceless Mix)
Max Richter; Max Richter; Robert Ziegler
1:15
2.6
Prelude 6 (Voiceless Mix)
Max Richter; Max Richter
3:21
2.7
Murmuration (Voiceless Mix)
Max Richter; Max Richter; Mari Samuelsen; Robert Ziegler; Andy Marshall; Ani Batikian; Ashok Klouda; Ayako Halder; Beth Symmons; Beverley Jones; Bruce White; Camilla Pay; Chris Allan; Chris Worsey; Claire Kohda Hazelton; Clifton Harrison; Daniel Bhattacharya; Dave Dan
7:39
2.8
Cartography (Voiceless Mix)
Max Richter; Max Richter
4:22
2.9
Little Requiems (Voiceless Mix)
Max Richter; Max Richter; Grace Davidson; Mari Samuelsen; Robert Ziegler; Andy Marshall; Ani Batikian; Ashok Klouda; Ayako Halder; Beth Symmons; Beverley Jones; Bruce White; Camilla Pay; Chris Allan; Chris Worsey; Claire Kohda Hazelton; Clifton Harrison; Daniel Bhatta
7:33
2.10
Mercy (Voiceless Mix)
Max Richter; Max Richter; Mari Samuelsen
5:29
Total Playing Time    1:47:07
"Leave it to British composer Max Richter to find a way to apply the language of classical music to today’s most compelling human concerns."
- Variety

Over a decade after its inception, groundbreaking composer Max Richter has released his ninth studio album Voices, inspired by the "Universal Declaration of Human Rights". Max Richter invited people around the world to be part of the piece and interwove hundreds of crowd-sourced readings of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights into the work. These readings form the aural landscape that the music flows through: they are the Voices of the title.

Voices is is not only a showcase of Max Richter’s extraordinary talent but also a message of hope, a call for contemplation, and a celebration of global community in dramatic changing times.

“The opening words of the declaration, drafted in 1948, are ‘All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights’. These inspiring words are a guiding principle for the whole declaration but, looking around at the world we have made in the decades since they were written, it is clear that we have forgotten them. The recent brutal events in the US, leading to the tragic deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, as well as countless other abuses around the world, are proof of that. At such times it is easy to feel hopeless but, just as the problems of our world are of our own making, so the solutions can be. While the past is fixed, the future is yet unwritten, and the declaration sets out an uplifting vision of a better and fairer world that is within our reach if we choose it. Voices is a musical space to reconnect with these inspiring principles...”
- Max Richter
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