Burkhard Mahler | Chaos And Harmony

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Chaos And Harmony

by Burkhard Mahler

Following “Fusion White Classics” from March 2010, Mahler´s new album presents algorithmically randomized and chaotic music creations combined with all current rules of harmony in virtual orchestration, as well as real played analogue music recordings.
Genre: Electronic: Virtual Orchestra
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1. Dreammachine 1
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2. Aint Playin (Feat. Korrupt Dialect)
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3. Jazzspin For Guitars and Piano (Feat. Andreas Köhler)
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4. Goin On (Feat. New Sense)
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5. Film Score 1 (Feat. Andreas Köhler)
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6. Final Steps (Feat. New Sense)
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7. Burkhards Piano
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8. Ghosttown (Feat. New Sense)
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9. Visions of Chaos Fuge 1
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10. Happy Intro
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11. Bach 22
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12. Ferrari (Feat. New Sense)
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13. Morb Sinner (Feat. Korrupt Dialect)
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14. Summernightpiano
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15. Aimer (Feat. Pauline Ndito)
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16. Concerto 1 For Piano and Guitars
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Album Notes
Burkhard Mahler – Ten years of independent Fusion

Burkhard Mahler has been working in Munich, Germany as an independent musician, composer and producer since 11 years, having released about 20 albums. He is playing guitar and keyboard.

Since the album “Junction 166” he works with singers and artists as there are:
Renée R. Langer (vocals), David Seinsche (vocals, lyrics), Peter Schickling (guitars, saxophone), Franz Brunner (saxophone), Johnny Guitar (guitars, vocals),
Ligita Zeile (vocals), Stephan Leitz( lyrics), Anabelle Lachatte (lead- and backingvocals, lyrics), just to mention a few.

Mahler wants to bring unusual music such as Fusion, Lounge-Ambient-Chillout and contemporary Classical stuff besides the mainstream to the people. Mahler looks upon music as art and communication:
He creates original music differentiating itself clearly from scores, which are defined as a strategic consumer product


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Diane and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team

Brilliant Collection of Electronic/Virtual Orchestra Music
You will be mesmerized by the brilliant collection of Electronic/Virtual Orchestra music on the magnificent album, “Chaos And Harmony,” by Burkhard Mahler. This CD has a fantastic blend of unusual musical styles which Mahler, who is a talented musician, composer, and producer, creatively blends Fusion, Lounge/Ambient, and Contemporary Classical to shape this well crafted album. The opener, “Dreammachine 1,” has a rich musical complexity while the industrial pulses groove with a sweet and dreamy tonality. The songs, “Aint Playin (feat. Korrupt Dialect)” and “Goin On (feat. New Sense)” have a Hip Hop rhythmic groove that flows with a magical style. “Bach 22” is finely orchestrated song that has a Classical tonality and is splashed with gripping guitar hooks. If you are looking for an album that has a mix of artistic musical styles, then the superb CD, “Chaos And Harmony,” is just what you need to hear.