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Bersarin Quartett - Bersarin Quartett mp3 download Performer: Bersarin Quartett
Album: Bersarin Quartett
Country: Germany
Released: 2008
Style: Ambient, Dark Ambient, Modern Classical
Size MP3: 1249 mb.
Size FLAC: 1266 mb.
Rating: 4.3/5
Votes: 116
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Bersarin Quartett by Bersarin Quartett, released 07 March 2010 1. Oktober 2. Geschichten Von Interesse 3. Inversion 4. St. Petersburg 5. Und Die Welt Steht Still 6. Die Dinge Sind Nie So Wie Sie Sind 7. Nachtblind 8. Es Kann Nicht Ewig Winter Sein 9. Endlich Am Ziel 10. Mehr Als Alles Andere "With some albums, you realize within a few seconds that here you have come across something really special. It is music that touches you straight away. Music that is important, that has a story to tell – and that manages to do so without even a single line of lyrics. Wonderful orchestral pieces full. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.

It is safe to say that BERSARIN QUARTETT - the electronic music project of Thomas Bücker - is one of them. After his successfull selftitled debut in 2008 and the sophomore "II" in 2012 - album of the month in many magazines and in numerous "Best of the year" lists - Bücker returns with his third BERSARIN QUARTETT album "III", due for release . 1. 2015 on Denovali Records. Much like his two predecessors, III is a pure paradox.

Bersarin Quartett ‎– Bersarin Quartett. Label: Denovali Records ‎– den48. Released: 20 Nov 2014. While both the band & this album are called "Bersarin Quartett", the typeface used on the spine of the digipak (& also on the sticker, which is on the shrink-wrap plastic) shows the text as "B3RSARiП QUAЯT3TT". Track D1 is based on "The Very Last Day" by Long Distance Calling. Other Versions (5 of 9) View All. Cat.

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Tracklist

Oktober 6:25
Geschichten Von Interesse 4:55
Inversion 5:40
St. Petersburg 5:14
Und Die Welt Steht Still 8:51
Die Dinge Sind Nie So Wie Sie Sind 8:03
Nachtblind 4:02
Es Kann Nicht Ewig Winter Sein 4:27
Endlich Am Ziel 4:38
Mehr Als Alles Andere 5:47

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
lidar 002, lidar CD002 Bersarin Quartett Bersarin Quartett ‎(CD, Album) Lidar, Lidar lidar 002, lidar CD002 Germany 2008
LIDAR002 Bersarin Quartett Bersarin Quartett ‎(CD, Promo) Lidar LIDAR002 Germany 2008
den48 Bersarin Quartett Bersarin Quartett ‎(10xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Denovali Records den48 Germany 2010
den48 Bersarin Quartett Bersarin Quartett ‎(11xFile, FLAC, Album) Denovali Records den48 Germany 2010
den48 Bersarin Quartett Bersarin Quartett ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd) Denovali Records den48 Germany 2010
den48 Bersarin Quartett Bersarin Quartett ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Cle) Denovali Records den48 Germany 2010
den48, lidar 002 Bersarin Quartett Bersarin Quartett ‎(CD, Album, RE, Dig) Denovali Records, Lidar den48, lidar 002 Germany 2010
den48 Bersarin Quartett Bersarin Quartett ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Pic, RP) Denovali Records den48 Germany 2012
den48 Bersarin Quartett Bersarin Quartett ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RP, Gol) Denovali Records den48 Germany 2014
den48 Bersarin Quartett Bersarin Quartett ‎(CD, Album, RE) Denovali Records den48 Germany 2014

Tracklist

A1 Oktober 6:26
A2 Geschichten Von Interesse 4:56
A3 Inversion 5:42
B1 St. Petersburg 5:16
B2 Und Die Welt Steht Still 8:52
C1 Die Dinge Sind Nie So Wie Sie Sind 8:05
C2 Nachtblind 4:04
C3 Es Kann Nicht Ewig Winter Sein 4:28
D1 Endlich Am Ziel 4:38
D2 Mehr Als Alles Andere 5:47
D3 Was Uns Bleibt 4:46

Credits

  • Artwork By [Design] – EINS_A
  • Mastered By, Programmed By, Arranged By – Thomas Bücker

Notes

Edition of 150 copies on 2 x 180g clear vinyl with red haze.

Issued in a heavyweight matte gatefold sleeve.

A further edition of 350 copies were pressed on black vinyl.

While both the band & this album are called "Bersarin Quartett", the typeface used on the spine of the digipak (& also on the sticker, which is on the shrink-wrap plastic) shows the text as "B3RSARiП QUAЯT3TT".

Track D1 is based on "The Very Last Day" by Long Distance Calling.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
lidar 002, lidar CD002 Bersarin Quartett Bersarin Quartett ‎(CD, Album) Lidar, Lidar lidar 002, lidar CD002 Germany 2008
den48 Bersarin Quartett Bersarin Quartett ‎(CD, Album, RE) Denovali Records den48 Germany 2014
den48 Bersarin Quartett Bersarin Quartett ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RP, Gol) Denovali Records den48 Germany 2014
den48 Bersarin Quartett Bersarin Quartett ‎(11xFile, FLAC, Album) Denovali Records den48 Germany 2010
den48 Bersarin Quartett Bersarin Quartett ‎(10xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Denovali Records den48 Germany 2010


A dangerously well put together album and 'Bersarin Quartett' may have made the overlooked album of this decade. Would I have found it without Da Funcken? No is the answer. Many thanks to D&R for the (indirect) tip.
From the very few opening notes, I know that I'm in for a treat. As the album progresses, I get wide-eyed, and instead of paying attention to details [I know I will be coming back for more later], I spend time researching, tracing the steps that led me to accidentally miss this album, and calling all my friends to tell them about Bersarin Quartett. It's like I missed an entire year, while the self-titled album was there all along, spreading its loveliness across all open ears but mine. Well, I hope it's not too late to bluntly rant and rave about it, so that those who are asleep like me, can be awakened with this bliss. Because, kids, this is another one of those albums that rapidly wedges its way into the previously posted and now begging to be revised, Best of 2008 list. Bersarin Quartett is the solo project of Thomas Bücker, who for a while was hiding in the shadows under blank names in net-label releases Electronica Unplugged 1 (Aerotone, 2006) and its followup, Electronica Unplugged 2 (Aerotone, 2007). But digging deeper through a web of contributions and aliases, Bücker's discography reveals production work through an entire decade, when under the Jean-Michel moniker he released Marshmallow Rooms (Eleganz Records, 1999). OK, so at least I'm not drooling over a newcomer who completely blew me away with his production and composition. That is not to say that it underplays the work in any shape or form. On Bersarin Quartett, Bücker picks up the conductor's baton and draws all eyes upon him. With elegant gestures, he moves the modern classical progressions through ambient orchestral drones ala Biosphere's Shenzhou (Touch, 2002), to paced minimal pieces reminescent of Marsen Jules' Les Fleurs (City Centre Offices, 2006), to cinematic soundtracks and program music of Max Richter's The Blue Notebooks (130701, 2004), all beautifully complemented with a light touch of elements of jazzy experimental IDM to land among the fans of Murcof, Helios, and The Cinematic Orchestra. How is that for some name dropping? The man behind the music on Bersarin Quartett laughs at my attempt of making The Best of 2008 Compilation mix of my favorite tracks, and instead drops his entire album on my lap. "Here. Listen to this. How is that for summarizing your favorite music of the latter years?" The imaginary projection of his voice is right. This album has it all. Enough to fill a page with adjectives, comparisons, and clichés. Instead, I'm feverishly typing words into this box in a desperate attempt to get you to listen to the album at all costs and then judge for yourself. Seriously. Just get it. Bersarin Quartett is the second release on Dortmund based (Germany) Lidar Productions label which first put out Jasper TX's A Darkness, back in 2007. If you're having trouble locating Bersarin Quartett in the US, may I recommend our good friends at n5MD, who have a few copies in their excellent mail order shop. Recommended for the likes of the above mentioned artists plus Emanuelle Errante, Jacaszek, Julien Neto and Rafael Anton Irisarri.
Hello, It might be a little bit of a stretch, but if you loved this you might also like Aether's - Artifacts album, if you're not already aware of it. http://www.discogs.com/Aether-Artifacts/release/1669385If you do end up checking it out, I hope it wasn't a waste of your time or money. One might say Aether is a little bit more accessible than this, and less ambient.
Bersarin Quartett is easily one of the most underestimated ambient albums of 2008. The idea behind the music is not new (music for imaginary movies), but the elaboration is simply superb. Ranging from implicit ambient strings and spine chilling atmospheres to explicit references to violins and classical music, Bersarin Quartett simply has it all in the highest quality level. This album is therefore a real treat for fans of Kangding Ray, Tipper, The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble, 1 Mile North, Biosphere, Murcof, The Cinematic Orchestra and Marsen Jules. Strongly, strongly adviced!