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PostPosted: Fri Mar 02, 2007 7:01 pm 
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What happened to TD's 'planned' ballet music. In Jan 1990 Paul and Edgar were going to do some music, in a co-production with an outfit called Tamute Dance Company. The premiere was meant to be in sept 1990 (a 2 hour performance of music, lights and dance) in Zurich, Berlin and New York. the working title was apparently "Changes". Anybody gues what happened and if the music was used for something else?

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perhaps it was all re worked into the dante trilogy

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bigmoog wrote:
perhaps it was all re worked into the dante trilogy


hmmm wouldn't have thought it would have sat on the shelf that long. But, who knows mate

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dunno what you think andy but sometimes when TD announce a project and it disapears into the ether.......it resurfaces as something else.........maybe

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bigmoog wrote:
dunno what you think andy but sometimes when TD announce a project and it disapears into the ether.......it resurfaces as something else.........maybe


I agree, it's the music that counts, so as long it shows up at all that's the main thing, the title or thought process behind it are secondary.
Mind you it's not just TD that have problems...

I've just been reading about a concert promoter getting carried away and announcing a TD tour before TD were ready...sound familar?, but this was in 1990

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dunno what you think andy but sometimes when TD announce a project and it disapears into the ether.......it resurfaces as something else.........maybe


I've lost count of the amount of reported projects that never see the light of day, but conversely there are the projects that spring from nowhere. Today is another prime exaple of that!

I'm sure that you're right though about some of the music being retitled and used elsewhere.

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Hobo wrote:
bigmoog wrote:
dunno what you think andy but sometimes when TD announce a project and it disapears into the ether.......it resurfaces as something else.........maybe


I've lost count of the amount of reported projects that never see the light of day, but conversely there are the projects that spring from nowhere. Today is another prime exaple of that!

I'm sure that you're right though about some of the music being retitled and used elsewhere.


me too, and I am not sure that I like the idea of ballet music. Think it will be booring. :(


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hansx wrote:
Hobo wrote:
bigmoog wrote:
dunno what you think andy but sometimes when TD announce a project and it disapears into the ether.......it resurfaces as something else.........maybe


I've lost count of the amount of reported projects that never see the light of day, but conversely there are the projects that spring from nowhere. Today is another prime exaple of that!

I'm sure that you're right though about some of the music being retitled and used elsewhere.


me too, and I am not sure that I like the idea of ballet music. Think it will be booring. :(
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like Klaus Schulze's?

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24db wrote:
hansx wrote:
Hobo wrote:
bigmoog wrote:
dunno what you think andy but sometimes when TD announce a project and it disapears into the ether.......it resurfaces as something else.........maybe


I've lost count of the amount of reported projects that never see the light of day, but conversely there are the projects that spring from nowhere. Today is another prime exaple of that!

I'm sure that you're right though about some of the music being retitled and used elsewhere.


me too, and I am not sure that I like the idea of ballet music. Think it will be booring. :(
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Mr. Schulze Ballet discs from CW 1 are not really ballet music. From the Jubilee ed. there are a few pieces intended for Ballet but as far as I know were never used. They are amazing pieces of work IMO. And should have been released in their own right.

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24db wrote:
hansx wrote:
Hobo wrote:
bigmoog wrote:
dunno what you think andy but sometimes when TD announce a project and it disapears into the ether.......it resurfaces as something else.........maybe


I've lost count of the amount of reported projects that never see the light of day, but conversely there are the projects that spring from nowhere. Today is another prime exaple of that!

I'm sure that you're right though about some of the music being retitled and used elsewhere.


me too, and I am not sure that I like the idea of ballet music. Think it will be booring. :(
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like Klaus Schulze's?


Ballet music isn't booring per defenition. I think Philips Glass made some perfect music for ballet. But I don't see it in TD, for some reaseon.


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hansx wrote:
24db wrote:
hansx wrote:
Hobo wrote:
bigmoog wrote:
dunno what you think andy but sometimes when TD announce a project and it disapears into the ether.......it resurfaces as something else.........maybe


I've lost count of the amount of reported projects that never see the light of day, but conversely there are the projects that spring from nowhere. Today is another prime exaple of that!

I'm sure that you're right though about some of the music being retitled and used elsewhere.


me too, and I am not sure that I like the idea of ballet music. Think it will be booring. :(
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like Klaus Schulze's?


Ballet music isn't booring per defenition. I think Philips Glass made some perfect music for ballet. But I don't see it in TD, for some reaseon.


I didn't say it was :D

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24db wrote:
hansx wrote:
24db wrote:
hansx wrote:
Hobo wrote:
bigmoog wrote:
dunno what you think andy but sometimes when TD announce a project and it disapears into the ether.......it resurfaces as something else.........maybe


I've lost count of the amount of reported projects that never see the light of day, but conversely there are the projects that spring from nowhere. Today is another prime exaple of that!

I'm sure that you're right though about some of the music being retitled and used elsewhere.


me too, and I am not sure that I like the idea of ballet music. Think it will be booring. :(
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like Klaus Schulze's?


Ballet music isn't booring per defenition. I think Philips Glass made some perfect music for ballet. But I don't see it in TD, for some reaseon.


I didn't say it was :D


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I used to be a ballet dancer you know :shock: :arrow:

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epsilon75 wrote:
I used to be a ballet dancer you know :shock: :arrow:


shurely, shome mishtake? :wink: :arrow:

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bigmoog wrote:
epsilon75 wrote:
I used to be a ballet dancer you know :shock: :arrow:


shurely, shome mishtake? :wink: :arrow:


Trained and coached by the one and only Wayne Sleep,but i always avoided any bending down manoeuvres when we were in close proximity :shock: :arrow:

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