Last title of Sequentia Legenda
CIRCUMNAVIGATION [Study Version]
Here is a study version, a collector's version, a sign of Hope and Love in this period of confinement. This track will be the basis for a collaborative title with Hélène Vogelsinger.
This composition is a current representation of my vision of the Berlin School, my language, my sensitivity. For me, music, even more so in these difficult times, gives me freedom and joy. And it is precisely this feeling of fullness that I wish to offer my listeners.
Long live music, which for me is a vector of Hope and Love!.
Schieber Laurent (Sequentia Legenda)
My last title: Circular Sequences [FIVE album]
Circular Sequences is the opening track of my FIVE album. This composition symbolizes the navigation of notes around a central point, around oneself, around the spirit. It is the round of notes for an aerial journey, a musical circumnavigation.
The Trailer of my FIVE album.
Five years of presence on the Berlin School stage.
Exclusive edition for the fifth anniversary of Sequentia Legenda
My last title: Solitudes Lunaires [Apollo 2019 version]
The basic version from the double album "EXTENDED" has been reworked with an orchestral restructuring, an amplified spatialization and an additional rhythm section.
The subtle insertion of Niel Amrstrong's voice at the beginning and end adds a touch of authenticity and nostalgia.
My last title: Floating Time (work in progress)
The 2nd track "Floating Time" of my next album "OVER THERE" is on a good way.
Now Tommy Betzler will get involved by bringing all his knowledge of rhythm to the work.
🥁 The German drummer who played with the illustrious Klaus Schulze once again gives me the pleasure of this collaboration.
Personally, I really like this track. I have taken great care with the sound grain, the stereophonic space, the perceptible use of the different reverbs. The elements of nature bring an even more mystical touch to the atmosphere. It was with Korg's MS 20 and its ring Modulator and pink noise that I managed to reproduce the sea, the swell, the underwater rumble and the thunder. The bell rings are also from the MS 20.