Harold Budd The Pavilion of Dreams [Reissue] 1997

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Artist: Harold Budd
Title Of Album: The Pavilion of Dreams
Year Of Release: 1997
Label: Virgin / CDOVD482
Genre: Ambient, Modern Classical, New Age
Total Time: 47:30 min
Format: Mp3 / FLAC (tracks +.cue)
Quality: CBR 320 kbps / Lossless
Total Size: 114 mb / 195 mb (Covers)


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Review by Dave Connolly
Mixing ethereal melodies communicated by voice or saxophone with glissando accompaniment, Harold Budd creates a series of siren songs on The Pavilion of Dreams that shimmer like light reflected on the water's surface. Billed as "an extended cycle of works begun in 1972," Budd's debut apparently took a while to see the light of day itself, having been recorded in 1976, released on the aptly titled Obscure label in 1978, and re-released in 1981 on Editions EG. The minimalist composer had gained some attention in avant-garde circles with the piece "Madrigals of the Rose Angel"; featured here, it reveals the unhurried and unfolding nature of Budd's melodies as well as his penchant for clusters of bell-like notes. "Two Songs" was written in the years that followed, adapting works from Pharoah Sanders and John Coltrane with arrangements that feature only mezzo-soprano Lynda Richardson and harpist Maggie Thomas; unless you thought the theme song to the Star Trek TV series was high art, you can skip this. The opening "Bismillahi 'Rhahmani 'Rrahim" is the musical equivalent of a bubble bath; led by the soulful saxophone of Marion Brown, it's initially lovely, yet the circumspect arrangement saps the piece of its spellbinding effect before long. The last piece composed here, "Juno," is also the most passionate, foreshadowing the warmth and presence that would appear on subsequent works like "The Plateaux of Mirror." As with most minimalist works, The Pavilion of Dreams requires patience and open-mindedness on the part of the listener, only more so. Harold Budd achieved an evocative and succinct style on subsequent albums, and these songs are simply the rudimentary steps that led there.


TRACKLIST:

1 Bismillahi Rrahman Rrahim 18:27
2 Two Songs: Let Us Go Into The House Of The Lord / Butterfly Sunday 6:22
3 Madrigals Of The Rose Angel Rossetti Noise / The Crystal Garden And A Coda 14:19
4 Juno 8:20

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