Galeshka Moravioff ‘Musiques Plastiques’ vol.1

Music submitted by Rainier. Thanks.

01 Musiques Plastiques N°8 (13:55)
02 Musiques Plastiques N°15 (5:36)
03 Musiques Plastiques N°7 (12:29)
04 Musiques Plastiques N°2 (4:39)

Total time:36:38
LP released 1980 on Blue Sphere Music (France)

First album in Galeshka Moravioff‘s ‘Musiques Plastiques’ series (see previous post for Volume 2). Extraordinary piano improvisations using awesome tonalities, for a music that is half minimalism, half George Enescu. Track #2 with its folk music patterns and angular chords is more in Bartok territory. Amazing LP.



4 Responses to “Galeshka Moravioff ‘Musiques Plastiques’ vol.1”

  1. 1 ushaped July 27, 2008 at 1:30 pm

    Dear Continuo,

    Thanks for this LP as well but there is a glitch in the second track (very noticeable around 4:00). The other tracks seem to be OK. Can you please re-up?


  2. 2 continuo July 27, 2008 at 1:58 pm

    Sorry about the unconvenience, but this is not a ‘glitch’ marring this LP. This is a ‘sizzling’, dusty record from 28 years ago and ripped by a reader of this blog, not by myself (I just taylored the file names and track endings, and de-cliked a bit here and there). The LP is admittedly a little dirty at 4:00 in the second track, but the mp3s are as good as can be. I assume the music is quite listenable, anyway. We definitely need a CD reissue of this.

  3. 3 diego maxi January 10, 2010 at 6:20 pm

    Dear Continuo, thanks for the music! I write you from Buenos Aires. My name is Diego Maxi Posadas and I edit a fanzine called “Al Oído” to spread sound artist, musicians and music blogger compilers. I´d like to translate some of your blog articles or intros to include it in futures issues of Al Oído. You can see my blog and go to “Al Oído” tag ( Also, you can visit (my musical work with Jerónimo Escajal). Saludos y gracias! Diego Maxi.

  4. 4 continuo January 10, 2010 at 7:20 pm

    Hi Diego. Feel free to translate or repost anything on your own Al Oído blog, providing you make a link to Continuo’s weblog. Thanks for asking permission.

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