Brète | The Nutcracker Suite Electronique

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The Nutcracker Suite Electronique

by Brète

'Nine Inch Nails' Meets 'Mannheim Steamroller' for an Outrageous Christmas Party. "Crazy. Lunatic. Mental. Swirling. Pulsing. Racing. Bracing. I love it."
Genre: Electronic: Dance
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1. Miniature Overture
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2. March of the Toy Soldiers
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3. Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy
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4. Russian Dance - Trepak
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5. Arabian Dance
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6. Chinese Dance
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7. Dance of the Reed Pipes
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8. Waltz of the Flowers
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9. Mozart Gone Mad - Hemisphere
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10. Mozart Gone Mad - Mystical Mozart
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11. Mozart Gone Mad - Synapse
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12. Dagger Dance
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
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The Perfect Stocking Stuffer
For the Wild at Heart!

Who's on YOUR Christmas List?

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"NSE Is The Christmas Dance CD of the Decade!"

"Crazy! Lunatic! Mental! Swirling! Pulsing! Racing! Bracing! I love it!"
~~ www.Motifator.com

"Amazing! Innovative! The Nutcracker for a New Generation!"
~~ Judy Samuel, Oasis CD

"A pounding Techno alternative to Trans-Siberian Orchestra's A Mad Russians Christmas!"

"Is there a substance other than smoke to describe this heat? If not, I'll make one up ... Cyber Cosmic Smoke!"
~~ Big Swole, Carnival Beats

"NSE is amazing! Outstanding work, great dynamics and spectacular drumming. This album is sure to be on Christmas dance floors for years!"
~~ Dave Rothschild, IndieMax

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Genres

1) Overture (Rock)
2) March of the Toy Soldiers (Electronica)
3) Dance of The Sugar Plum Fairy (House)
4) Russian Dance - Trepak (Progressive Rock)
5) Arabian Dance (Chill/New Age)
6) Chinese Dance (Breakbeat)
7) Dance of the Reed Pipes (Funk/Fusion)
8) Waltz of the Flowers (Synthony)
9) Bonus: Mozart Gone Mad - Hemisphere (Electronica)
10) Bonus: Mozart Gone Mad - Mystical (Chill)
11) Bonus: Mozart Gone Mad - Synapse (Electronica)
12) Bonus Track: Dagger Dance (Drum & Bass)

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Special Thanks to

David G. Adams for the brilliant engineering guidance, Cory C. Dangerfield for the glorious cover art (CDange50@comcast.net), Scott P. Anderson for his orchestral sequencing genius, Vryc for the spectacular drum solo in Russian Dance, Kim & Dixie Thomas for making it all possible, My late parents for that first cello and infinitely more. Big Swole and Joop Lanting for their ceaseless encouragement, Peter Tchaikovsky for his magnificent compositions, Thomas Edison for inventing sound recordings, the first caveman to bang a stick against a log and call it “music,”

And, “The One” – for sound itself. Gloria in Excelsis Deo

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Bio:

Brète is a multi-instrumentalist having spent his lifetime in study of instruments as diverse as cello, percussion & drum, upright and electric bass, and keyboards.

While beginning his training in music at the age of eight, Brète earned his degree in music in 1984. From there he has performed and recorded many diverse genres from rock to classical and jazz to new age.


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RHO

Awesome cd for anyones cd collection

Alexandra Kalleberg

Quick Shipping!
I actually bought this for my daughter as one of her Christmas presents so I cannot give a review of the actual CD yet. I am sure she will love it cause it was one of her top 10 items on her list. I can say though that the shipping time was really quick, as usual.

Kek

it reminds me of john candy in....
...In plains trains and automobiles where he's driving down the road, listening to a song with a cigar in his mouth and he starts playing the piano on the dash. it makes me think a lot of that. Really great driving music.

Marjorie M. Smith

2430521
I am very pleased with it and thank you (My first moog player was "Switched on Bach" on a cassette many years ago).

Jeff C.


There are times when you want something catchy and easy to listen to. This version of the Nut Cracker sounds just like that, catchy with familiarity, but different enough to keep your attention. It's a pleasent change to a holiday classic.
Just about everyone will enjoy!

Nakool

Enjoying at The Moment
I rrrreally liked the cd. It was a nice "change" from the norm. I intend on passing this along to many so they too can experience the sounds. Thanks!

Michael R

Amazing! Down Right Brilliant!
Just when I had thought it had all been done, this CD comes along and blows me out of the water. It has to be the freshest sound on the Internet. Bravo!!!

Poul Jensen

Absolutely one of the best...
This have to be one of the best newer version of an old classic master piece, now all we need is a ballet made to the music.

Alberto González (dorremifasol)

nutcracking pleasure
I like classical music very much, and electronic music as well. This CD is a nearly perfect fusion of both generes with some really spectacular moments that still give me goose bumps. Drums perhaps draw too much attention on some tunes.

Well done Brète!

Joseph Ferrerosa

Nut cracka licious!
Brete' I hear is quite an awesome musician. He completly blew me away with the GREAT electronica of the Nutcracker Suite. Two problems I found though. One I'll make short are the endings, they are not drawn out or climatic! They always end very staccato. Not personally my thing. Finally, Brete's main problem are the sound of the drums he plays them a lil notch too loud. But besides that an excellent CD!
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