D-D-Praz | Détresse: Anxiété

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Détresse: Anxiété

by D-D-Praz

A fusion of Baroque choral composition with modern Electronica interpretation that results in a Soundtrack that is hauntingly dramatic, anxious, and soaring.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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This track was derived from a D-D-Praz studio transcription of a hand-written book of Baroque scores (1690's), credited to French-Bohemian composer M. de Lalande. This excerpt was produced from de Lalande's piece titled "Miserere." Traditionally a "Miserere" composition is a Sacred choral piece to be performed during ritual morning prayers and readings of Psalm 51; and would follow a rigorous and predictable schematic of voice combinations, chord progressions, etc. - much like Gregorian chant has specific melodic intervals and timing. De Lalande's compositions often strayed from those formulas; thus were rarely popularized, and even considered obscure. In that same spirit of non-conformity, Michael McMahon has again merged genres and production styles, creating a fusion of Baroque choral composition with modern Electronica interpretation.

Detresse-Anxiete is the second of 4 movements that D-D-Praz has produced from intermittent excerpts from de Lalande's "Miserere." These pieces styled as Soundtrack or film-score music are derived from their transcription of the original Baroque score into modern notation and engraving, then rearranged and adapted for digital synthesis and EDM.



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