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Tangerine Dream have been a fundamental influence on electronic music since Edgar Froese founded the band in West Berlin in 1967. Providing the groundwork for multiple electronic music genres including ambient and electronica, inspiring musicians and other art forms, with seven Grammy nominations to their credit. In recent years their music has featured in the popular TV shows such as Stranger Things and video games including Grand Theft Auto V. Edgar Froese was an artist with a truly clear vision. His life and work were characterised by holding on to the belief in the evolution of music as an art form. That became a predominantly principle within Tangerine Dream: the group he founded in 1967, following his encounter with painter and sculptor Salvador Dali. Tangerine Dream went fully independent in 1996, launching their own TDI label and company and at the start of the new millennium, Froese met painter and artist Bianca Froese-Acquaye which subsequently led to the first part of the Dante Trilogy, Inferno, being recorded. This followed with seven live performances, partly with an orchestra, across Europe. La Divina Commedia aka The Dante Trilogy was to be Tangerine Dream's most ambitious and elaborate project to date, Edgar Froese's life work. Now, the entire trilogy (Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso) is presented in a deluxe 60-page hardback book set via Kscope. All albums have been remastered by close collaborator Harald Pairits with the 2002 live concert DVD (NTSC 0) filmed at Castle Nideggen, Cologne featured as a bonus disc. The hardback book features extensive liner notes by noted author Wouter Bessels, an essay by Edgar's close collaborated and wife Bianca Froese-Acquaye and previously unseen photographs from Edgar's private archive.
Tangerine Dream have been a fundamental influence on electronic music since Edgar Froese founded the band in West Berlin in 1967. Providing the groundwork for multiple electronic music genres including ambient and electronica, inspiring musicians and other art forms, with seven Grammy nominations to their credit. In recent years their music has featured in the popular TV shows such as Stranger Things and video games including Grand Theft Auto V. Edgar Froese was an artist with a truly clear vision. His life and work were characterised by holding on to the belief in the evolution of music as an art form. That became a predominantly principle within Tangerine Dream: the group he founded in 1967, following his encounter with painter and sculptor Salvador Dali. Tangerine Dream went fully independent in 1996, launching their own TDI label and company and at the start of the new millennium, Froese met painter and artist Bianca Froese-Acquaye which subsequently led to the first part of the Dante Trilogy, Inferno, being recorded. This followed with seven live performances, partly with an orchestra, across Europe. La Divina Commedia aka The Dante Trilogy was to be Tangerine Dream's most ambitious and elaborate project to date, Edgar Froese's life work. Now, the entire trilogy (Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso) is presented in a deluxe 60-page hardback book set via Kscope. All albums have been remastered by close collaborator Harald Pairits with the 2002 live concert DVD (NTSC 0) filmed at Castle Nideggen, Cologne featured as a bonus disc. The hardback book features extensive liner notes by noted author Wouter Bessels, an essay by Edgar's close collaborated and wife Bianca Froese-Acquaye and previously unseen photographs from Edgar's private archive.
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La Divina Commedia (W/Book) (W/Dvd) (Box) (Ntr0)
Artist: Tangerine Dream
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1. Before the Closing of the Day
2. The Spirit of Virgil
3. Minotaurae Hunt at Dawn
4. Those Once Broke the First Word
5. Dante in Despair
6. Io Non Mor
7. Vidi Tre Facce
8. At the Deepest Point in Space
9. L'omperador Del Doloroso Regno
10. Voices in a Starless Night
11. Fear and Longing
12. Fallen for Death
13. Where All the Light Went Silent
14. Charon, Il Barchere
15. La Grey de los Almas Perdidas
16. Justice of the Karma Law
17. As the Sun Moves Towards Heaven
18. Beatrice, L'me Infinie
19. Above the Great Dry Land
20. Chasing the Bad Seed
21. Slave to the Gods
22. Hope and Glory
23. Sun Son's Seal (Part One)
24. Beyond All Suns
25. Sisiphus
26. All the Steps to Heaven
27. Mountain of Destiny
28. The Glowing Zodiac Wheel
29. Modern Cave Man
30. Death of Medusa
31. Blinded By the World's Desire
32. Sun Son's Seal (Part Two)
33. Soulgate
34. Till the End of Silence
35. Prison and Paradise
36. Spirit Spiral
37. La Grande Spirale
38. Beyond Sodom and Gomorrha
39. La Ley de la Montana
40. A Cielo Della Luna
41. Mercury Sphere
42. L'era Della Venere
43. Invisible Sun
44. Jupiter Lightning
45. La Forza Del Saturno
46. Star in Distance Glow
47. No More Birth, No More Death
48. Transformazione
49. Truth Beyond Thoughts
50. L'ultima Tromba D'oro
51. Leaving
52. Before the Closing of the Day
53. The Spirit of Virgil
54. Minotaurae Hunt at Dawn
55. Those Once Broke the First Word
56. Dante in Despair
57. Lo Non Mor
58. Vidi Tre Facce
59. At the Deepest Point in Space
60. L'omperador Del Doloroso Regno
61. Voices in a Starless Night
62. Fear and Longing
63. Fallen for Death
64. Where All the Light Went Silent
65. Charon, Il Barchere
66. La Grey de los Almas Perdidas
67. Justice of the Karma Law
68. As the Sun Moves Towards Heaven
69. Beatrice, L'me Infinie
70. Rehearsal
71. Dressing Room
72. Waldtanz
73. Interviews

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Tangerine Dream have been a fundamental influence on electronic music since Edgar Froese founded the band in West Berlin in 1967. Providing the groundwork for multiple electronic music genres including ambient and electronica, inspiring musicians and other art forms, with seven Grammy nominations to their credit. In recent years their music has featured in the popular TV shows such as Stranger Things and video games including Grand Theft Auto V. Edgar Froese was an artist with a truly clear vision. His life and work were characterised by holding on to the belief in the evolution of music as an art form. That became a predominantly principle within Tangerine Dream: the group he founded in 1967, following his encounter with painter and sculptor Salvador Dali. Tangerine Dream went fully independent in 1996, launching their own TDI label and company and at the start of the new millennium, Froese met painter and artist Bianca Froese-Acquaye which subsequently led to the first part of the Dante Trilogy, Inferno, being recorded. This followed with seven live performances, partly with an orchestra, across Europe. La Divina Commedia aka The Dante Trilogy was to be Tangerine Dream's most ambitious and elaborate project to date, Edgar Froese's life work. Now, the entire trilogy (Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso) is presented in a deluxe 60-page hardback book set via Kscope. All albums have been remastered by close collaborator Harald Pairits with the 2002 live concert DVD (NTSC 0) filmed at Castle Nideggen, Cologne featured as a bonus disc. The hardback book features extensive liner notes by noted author Wouter Bessels, an essay by Edgar's close collaborated and wife Bianca Froese-Acquaye and previously unseen photographs from Edgar's private archive.
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