Exercise in Futility by Pierrot Lunaire, released 21 October 2011 1. Qarin 2. Chimera this is a guy to watch out for, after a friend directed us to his music we were immediately hooked, the schonberg reference was just icing on the cake. pierrot lunaire is making some of the most well articulated and elastic music in the . Got it. + add. album.
Pierrot Lunaire (2). Real Name: John DeNizio. Aliases: Hollow Man, John Denizio. Pierrot Lunaire (2). This Love Of Mine (Album). Exercise In Futility (Cass, Ltd, C30).
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Pierrot lunaire: rondels bergamasques (Moonstruck Pierrot: bergamask rondels) is a cycle of fifty poems published in 1884 by the Belgian poet Albert Giraud (born Emile Albert Kayenburgh), who is usually associated with the Symbolist Movement. The protagonist of the cycle is Pierrot, the comic servant of the French Commedia dell'Arte and, later, of Parisian boulevard pantomime.
Pierrot Lunaire was an ve folk band from Italy. Two albums were released: A self-titled in 1974 and Gudrun in 1976. They are quite different in style, the first being more based upon normal song structure though still being quite experimental, and the second being more free-form and experimental than the first. Particularly Gudrun is regarded as a classic by many fans of progressive rock.
Pierrot Lunaire continue their esoteric experiments in electronic prog on Gudrun, with synthesisers a greater presence than ever. At points showing the influence of challenging, discomforting electronic artists such as Richard Pinhas of Heldon, the album mingles a Tangerine Dream/Klaus Schulze style of electronic music with Italian folk elements to create a mix which will not to be every listener's taste, and if I'm honest isn't to my taste. Towards the end of 1975 Pierrot Lunaire entered the studio for the recording of a second album. However Vincenzo Caporaletti had already left the band to work as a session musician in the USA, before returning to Italy and participate in several collaborations. Instead of him the remaining duo of Stalteri and Chiocchio recruited Welsh female soprano Jacqueline Darby. The album initially was.