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Les Ténèbres du Dehors

Elend

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
March 1996
Label:
Holy Records
Reviews:
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3. The Luciferian Revolution 10:57   Show lyrics
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6. Antienne 06:46   Show lyrics
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7. Dancing Under the Closed Eyes of Paradise 09:36   Show lyrics
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Band members
Alexandre Iskandar Hasnaoui Vocals, Violin, Viola, Keyboards
Renaud Tschirner Vocals, Violin, Piano, Keyboards
Eve-Gabrielle Siskind Vocals (soprano)
Nathalie Barbary Vocals (soprano)
Miscellaneous staff
Alexandre Iskandar Hasnaoui Executive producer
Renaud Tschimer Executive producer
Alexandre Iskandar Hasnaoui Vocals, Violin, Viola, Keyboards
Renaud Tschirner Vocals, Violin, Piano, Keyboards
Eve-Gabrielle Siskind Vocals (soprano)
Nathalie Barbary Vocals (soprano)
Alexandre Iskandar Hasnaoui Executive producer
Renaud Tschimer Executive producer
Read A Classic Among Classical 100% Cravinov13 March 15th, 2007
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All music and vocals performed by Nathalie Barbary, Eve-Gabrielle Siskind, Alexandre Hasnaoui, and Richard Tschirner.
Recorded in November-December 1995.
Words and music by Alexandre Hasnaoui and Renaud Tschirner.

Executive producers: Holy Records, Alexandre Hasnaoui, and Renaud Tschimer.

Artwork:
"La Vierge au Rocher" by Leonardo da Vinci.
"Paysage Sous la Lune" by Victor Hugo.
"Weeping Christ" by Albrecht Durer.
"Illustrations for Milton's Paradise Lost" engravings by Gustave Dore.
Photography by Umberto Appa and Alexandre Hasnaoui.

Remastered by Sebastien Roland at the Fall in April 2001.

Re-released in 2001, again as a digipack, with the bonus track "Birds of Dawn" (12:10) which was originally released on the Holy Records compilation CD "The Holy Bible" (1996).

Left: original cover, right: re-release cover.

"Les Ténèbres du Dehors" means "Darkness From Outside". It is the second part of the (Latin-titled) "Officium Tenebrarum". So, basically, "Les Ténèbres du Dehors" has the unwritten subtitle "Officium Tenebrarum (pt.2)".
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