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Even Though Youre Born Toulouse - Melomane - Solresol (CD, Album)


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  3. A monster album, composed of two CDs, eight tracks for two hours and twenty minutes of music! A Space Opera Black Metal, no more and no less! If you have already been put in your mouth by Eridanus Void, then continue your intergalactic journey here, with a formation that has become an essential reference in the "cosmic black metal".
  4. Solresol: an alphabet based on the seven notes of the musical scale invented, in about , by Francois Soudre (). sound is potentially audible even though the pressure variation can sometimes be as low as only a few millionths of a Pascal. Movements of the ear drum as small as the diameter of a hydrogen atom can be audible.
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  6. Melomane is a pop-noir six-piece from New York City combining guitar, bass, drums, keyboards, cello, trumpet and noise into a melange of haunting melodies.
  7. Melomane - International. Pierre de Gaillande is a French-born, New York-based musician. He composes music for film and television, and writes, records and performs in the US and abroad with New York bands Bad Reputation and Open Kimono. He is also the host of Pierre Pressure Podcast, where he talks to musicians about music and politics.
  8. This versatility intrigued a number of proponents including Victor Hugo. Solresol fell out of favor in the early s but has attracted fans even up to the present day. The New-York-based art-rock-group Melomane titled their album Solresol in tribute to Sudre's language. 6.N. Text: The Babel Text in Esperanto.

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