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Episode #6

New Music from Canada-The Undead

New Sounds -The Undead #6

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Sunday, April 27, 1986

Music by Jean-Paul L'Heureux and Marc Laperle (Crepuscule/Dusk), Danna & Clement (A Gradual Awakening), Robert Daigneault (Electronic Music by Canadian Composers, vol 1.), Lubomyr Melnyk (The Song of Galadriel), The Glass Orchestra (Verrillon), Contrevent (Jeu de Paume), Conventum (Recommended Records Sampler.)
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Comments [4]

Steve

Tom, should you ever find a copy please post back here so I might obtain one. I've looked on the web periodically over the years but have had no success.

Dec. 17 2010 08:59 PM
Tom Witzgall from Glenn Heights, Texas-formerly from North Jersey

I do have a cassette recording of "Crepuscule" on the "Conception Grafique" label, which I purchased back around 1984 or 85. I haven't played it in years, but I always remembered that at the end of side 2 of the tape, the piece does not end normally, like a professionally produced tape; instead the tape just runs out-and so ends the music. But, yes, I wouldn't mind having a CD of this work produced from the original master tape-if it still exists.

Aug. 18 2010 05:31 PM
New Sounds Assistant from New York, New York

Steve,

The record was on a label called Third Ear, #C-9532, with the "C" meaning it was probably on cassette. It was distributed by Vital Body Marketing, a company that later went on to become Ellipsis Arts (http://www.ellipsisarts.com/). I hope that helps a bit, but so far, my Google searches have turned up very little.

Sorry that this could be a dead end.

Caryn
New Sounds All-Purpose Assistant

Jun. 04 2007 01:16 PM
Steve Wike from Florida

Many years ago I heard the piece (Crepuscule) by Lheureux and Laperle and I've been trying ever since to acquire a copy of it. Can you give me any assistance in this?
Thank you.

Jun. 02 2007 05:41 PM

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