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Ingenting Kollektiva - An Anatomy Of Melancholy
Ingenting Kollektiva - An Anatomy Of Melancholy
Performer: Ingenting Kollektiva
Title: An Anatomy Of Melancholy
Label: Invisible Birds
Country: US
Released: 18 Nov 2015
Style: Drone
Cat: ib008 chants d'oiseaux
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1063 mb | MP3 size: 1990 mb | WMA size: 1736 mb
Tracklist

1During An Excess Of Anguish5:26
2Religious Melancholy In Defect8:15
3Giotto, La Chaconne3:43
4La Guirnalda De Rosas10:10
5 St Francis Receives The Stigmata
6The Hands And Feet Of Francis11:27
7Jan Van Eyck6:38
8Lenz One. Lontano, As From A Distance6:24
9Salvation Through Purification9:13
10Causes Of Despair, The Devil1:47
11Lenz Two. Büchner Guitar Solo5:52

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ib008Ingenting Kollektiva An Anatomy Of Melancholy ‎(LP, Ltd, Red)Invisible Birdsib008US2015
ib008 néantIngenting Kollektiva An Anatomy Of Melancholy ‎(LP, Dlx, Red + CDr, Ltd)Invisible Birdsib008 néantUS2015
ib008 en volIngenting Kollektiva An Anatomy Of Melancholy ‎(LP, Ltd, Red + CDr, Ltd)Invisible Birdsib008 en volUS2015

Credits

  • Acoustic GuitarJohannes D'Église (tracks: B3), Matthew Swiezynski (tracks: B1, B2)
  • Design [Sleeve Design]Matthew Swiezynski
  • Electric GuitarJames Hamilton (tracks: B2), Matthew Swiezynski
  • HarmoniumMatthew Swiezynski (tracks: B2)
  • Mastered ByTaylor Deupree
  • PercussionMatthew Swiezynski (tracks: B1)
  • Photography ByMatthew Swiezynski
  • ProducerArthur De Eriomém
  • Recorded By [Field Recordings]Matthew Swiezynski, Tarrl Lightowler
  • StringsMatthew Swiezynski (tracks: B1)

Notes

Limited edition version with bonus CDr St Francis Receives The Stigmata, and numbered/signed inkjet print which is an alternative of the cover, edition of 32

Recordings revolving around the atmosphere of George Büchner's Lenz and various melancholies provoked by Robert Burton, the recordings of Krzysztof Penderecki and the idea of Lontano (as from a distance / distant), the textures of Jordi Savall (La Guirnalda de Rosas inspired by a fragment from Saval's Mare Nostrum) and Ingmar Bergman. Recorded 2010-2015. May pain be my reward.

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Companies

  • Pressed By – Record Technology Incorporated
  • Mastered At – 12k Mastering
  • Printed By – Stoughton Printing Co.
  • Lacquer Cut At – Complete Mastering

Album

An Anatomy of Melancholy - Ingenting Kollektiva. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album 2015 6 Songs. An Anatomy of Melancholy. Ingenting Kollektiva. Electronica , Anatomy of Melancholy by Ingenting Kollektiva, released 19 November 2015 1. Salvation Through Purification 2. Causes of Despair, the Devil 3. La Guirnalda de Rosas 4. Lenz One. Lontano, as from a distance 5. Religious Melancholy in Defect 6. Lenz Two. Büchner guitar solo Recordings revolving around the atmosphere of George Büchner's Lenz and various melancholies provoked by Robert Burton, the recordings of Krzysztof Penderecki and the idea of Lontano as from a distance, distant, the textures of Jordi Savall La Guirnalda de Rosas inspired by a fragment from Saval's Mare Nostrum. The Anatomy of Melancholy is a book by Robert Burton, first published in 1621, but republished five more times over the next seventeen years with massive alterations and expansions. On its surface, the book is presented as a medical textbook in which Burton applies his vast and varied learning, in the scholastic manner, to the subject of melancholia which includes, although it is not limited to, what is now termed clinical depression. Although presented as a medical text, The Anatomy of Melancholy. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Ingenting Kollektiva. Some would ask why an album like this exists. Is it an existential exercise An intellectual curiosity Could it be that those who are behind this are simply too far gone and out to recognize where they even are anymore. no, 'An Anatomy of Melancholy' is not any of these, it is instead a grander excursion to a remote and solitary locale. The Anatomy of Melancholy album. The Anatomy of Melancholy is a live album by the British death, doom, gothic metal band Paradise Lost. It was recorded on 12 April 2007 at the Koko London. The album was released on double DVD and double CD. The artwork was provided by Greek artist Seth Siro Anton. Listen to music from Ingenting Kollektiva like Fragments of Night b, Fragments of Night a & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ingenting Kollektiva. soft drones, nature recordings, classical music, jazz, folklistening-music, invisible birds and bird life, colour, atmosphere, the cosmos, miles davisteo macero, weather, loops, cinema, melodies, clairvoyance and thought forms, the spiritual in art . The Anatomy of Melancholy book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking The Anatomy of Melancholy as Want to Read: Want to Read savingThe Anatomy of Melancholy book. One of the major documents of modern European civilizati. Start by marking The Anatomy of Melancholy as Want to Read: Want to Read saving Want to Read. The ANATOMY OF MELANCHOLY, wherein the author hath piled up variety of much excellent learning. Scarce any book of philology in our land hath, in so short a time, passed so many 's Worthies, fol. THE ANATOMY OF MELANCHOLY is a book which has been universally read and admired. This work is, for the most part, what the author himself styles it, 'a cento' but it is a very ingenious one. His quotations, which abound in every page, are pertinent but if he had made more use of his invention and less of his commonplace-book, his work would perhaps have been more valuable than it is. Inflamed brain - The New Anatomy of Melancholy. A 400-year-old guide to melancholy. What can it teach us today. New additions to an updated Anatomy of Melancholy - The New Anatomy of Melancholy, Omnibus: Causes. New title suggestions from contributors for The New Anatomy of Melancholy. Duration: 9:37. Omnibus: Causes - The New Anatomy of Melancholy. What can it teach us today

Comments (1)
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Some would ask why an album like this exists. Is it an existential exercise? An intellectual curiosity? Could it be that those who are behind this are simply too far gone and out to recognize where they even are anymore... no, 'An Anatomy of Melancholy' is not any of these, it is instead a grander excursion to a remote and solitary locale. There are no neighbors here to bother you, the view is spectacular and the birds, yes those birds. If the vinyl is any kind of indicator of those then it would seem that not only are they visible but parts of them have been taken and then pressed (literally) into the grooves. The color is blood red, the intention is quite clear here; an insert removes any doubt as to what we're partaking in:

"May Pain be My Reward"

And pain there is to be found upon this release. It does not come in an overpowering wave, there aren't any wails or lamentations, no singular moment of trans formative nadir will rise above the sun to eclipse it. No, rather it moves delicately under the cover of the six pieces on the record and additional four on a bonus cd-r with the loving title 'St. Francis Receives the Stigmata'. Having now listened to the Kollektiva for a few years it was not hard to see that this was where things were heading, especially after the trilogy of digital EPs which they released last year. While those had a chaotic and angrily discordant tone to them, this realm of melancholy is for the most part a very tranquil place. Memory flares throughout the run of their latest with several movements blurring the boundaries between what is and what was. However, and most interestingly, this collective are moving towards a realization that I cannot wait for them to act upon.

Every one of these tracks could work as a score for film. If only there were a studio and a director with the guts to engage their services; you can feel all the beats of the cinema across this record, here we breathe an exclusively celluloid atmosphere. But beyond the whirring of cameras or the whispering of post production editing suites there is yet another layer to take in and that is one which you must pay unrelenting attention for otherwise you'll miss it and all will be lost.

The space between those guitar strings and the fret boards they hover over has not been this thoroughly explored before; when the fingers come down and the humming tones are conjured up out of absolutely nothing what sort of terrain would you say you're in? I had no idea that this much could be coaxed (and sometimes corralled) from just six strings but I'm starting to see what an amazing spectrum resides just under those pieces of nylon or steel. The sparseness some of these arrangements appear to be pooled from is a deception, there are endless avenues of resonating frequencies to wander down and investigate. You can almost visualize the world around you being slowly eaten away by the relentless intensity this ritualistic sort of performance demarcates; it isn't wise to stare too deeply into 'An Anatomy of Melancholy', however.

Once you have studied the artwork for it you will begin to notice that there are indeed objects not at rest, but in motion. My guess is that the front cover is a close up of someone's iris in negative... it contains an emptiness at the core; in the void at the heart of things where time becomes little more than a word is where you're going to wind up should you pass through and emerge on the other side. Yes, there is darkness here and there is forlorn, acrimonious suffering but there is also hope and above all else: peace. If this is how things are going to evolve over the course of life then so be it; one cannot know absolute bliss without first passing through the depths of boundless misery. Maybe that is the subtext going on and maybe it isn't but if you're still reading this then you're probably going to wind up owning a copy.

'An Anatomy of Melancholy' went through many trials and tribulations of it's own just to emerge and while it is steeped in literary influence it is by no means inaccessible. They are, if anything, just as those they make passing reference to... researchers of the sublime. More than that, they wish to understand the nuance and subtlety by which everything around us is governed.

They're hardly alone in this.