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SUNWAR THE DEAD

Elend

Crossover Prog


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2.40 | 6 ratings | 1 reviews | 17% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Chaomphalos [4:24]
2. Ardour [5:10]
3. Sunwar the Dead [4:31]
4. Ares in Their Eyes [6:02]
5. The Hemlock Sea [5:40]
6. La Terre n'aime pas le sang [5:00]
7. A Song of Ashes [6:34]
8. Laceration [5:04]
9. Poliorketika [4:32]
10. Blood and Grey Skies Entwined [6:00]
11. Threnos [6:00]

Total Time 59:04

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Line-up / Musicians

Esteri Rémond
solo soprano
Camille Balarie, Louise Legendre, Julia Michaelis, Chloé Nadeau, Esteri Rémond, Séverine Ronsard, Anna Maria Sarasto, Karine Sylvain
female choir
David Kempf
solo violin, first violin, solo viola, conductor
Ismaël Guy, Inga Larusdottir, Elsa Saulnier
first violins
Sylvain Daumard, Hélène Hector, Sébastien Thaumon
second violins
Émilie Dunand, Étienne Philibert, Isabelle Robel
third violins
Shinji Chihara, David Choreman, Mathieu Hilbert
first violas
Sandra Cardon, Judith Thomas, Emma Urbanek
second violas
Julie Corda, Alexandre Grimaud, Anne Tigier
third violas
Vincent Catulescu, Catherine Fiolka
first cellos
Anne Fournier, Benjamin Rabenau
second cellos
Christian Dourinat, Éléonore Toinon
third cellos
Raymond Lebars, Yves Levignon, Arnaud Pioncet
basses
Nizar Attawi
nay flutes
Estelle Sandrard
bass flute
Vladimir Jamet
oboe
Camille Drillon, Samuel Gresch
clarinets
Michaël Hardy
bass clarinet
Klaus Amann
trumpet, french horn
Samir Husseini, Philippe Laumond
french horns
Arnaud Pasquier
trombone
René Adam
bass trombone
Marc Bertaud
timpani, bass drums
Alexandre Clément
bass drums, snare drum
Paul Lantenot
cymbals, gongs, tamtam
Pierre Mangin
various bells, steel drums, windchimes
Simon Eberl
industrial devices
All other instruments (flutes, prepared piano, spinet and other keyboards, santur, percussion) and vocals, sound-design and programming by Iskandar Hasnawi, Sébastien Roland and Renaud Tschirner.

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ELEND Sunwar the Dead ratings distribution


2.40
(6 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(17%)
17%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(50%)
50%
Good, but non-essential (17%)
17%
Collectors/fans only (17%)
17%
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)
0%

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Review by Warthur
PROG REVIEWER
2 stars Did someone slip Elend an Art Zoyd album in between Winds Devouring Men and this one? I ask because the anxious, rhythmic pulsating of several of the compositions on here puts me in mind of the avant-garde chamber prog orchestral nightmares that Art Zoyd produce. It's an interesting twist to Elend's sound which makes this perhaps the most interesting of their albums for me, but let's not get confused here - it isn't such a dominant aspect of their formula here that it drags the album all the way into avant-prog territory, and I'm still not convinced the rest of their recipe is really strong enough to hold my interest.

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