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  • Max Richter - On the Nature of Daylight

    6:15

    Taken from 'Max Richter: The Blue Notebooks'

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  • Max Richter: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    17:30

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    Half way through this performance of Max Richter's achingly beautiful On The Nature Of Daylight, I looked around our NPR Music office and saw trembling chins and tearful eyes. Rarely have I seen so many Tiny Desk audience members moved in this way. There's something about Max Richter's music that triggers deep emotions.

    In Daylight, which has been effectively used in movies such as Arrival and Shutter Island, a simple theme rolls out slowly in the low strings until a violin enters with a complimentary melody in a higher register. Richter, at the keyboard, adds a subterranean bass line for added gravitas, while high above another violin soars sweetly, mournfully. With all elements interlocked – and sensitively played by members of the American Contemporary Music Ensemble – the piece gently sways, building in intensity. It all adds up to a six-minute emotional journey that, if you open yourself to the sounds, can leave you wrung out.

    I'm very interested in the idea of a piece of music being a place to think, Richter explained, adding that he had written Daylight as a response to the 2003 Iraq War.

    Richter, whose music can't be easily pigeonholed, lightened the mood with a miniature called Vladimir's Blues. Its delicately toggling chords are an homage to novelist Vladimir Nabokov who, in his spare time, was a respected lepidopterist, obsessed with a subfamily of gossamer-winged butterflies called the blues. Richter plays the piano with the practice pedal engaged for a warm, muted sound.

    Again in the final piece, Richter counters violence with calming, thoughtful music. His ballet Infra is a meditation on the 2005 terrorist subway bombings in London. It's music about travel, too, Richter explains, saying that he was inspired by Schubert's melancholy song cycle Winterreise (Winter Journey).

    In trying times, music by the soft-spoken Richter can feel like a safe haven, a place for personal reflection or a welcoming, utilitarian space to clear the mind.

    SET LIST
    On The Nature Of Daylight
    Vladimir's Blues
    Infra 5

    MUSICIANS
    Max Richter: piano, keyboard

    American Contemporary Music Ensemble: Clarice Jensen: cello & artistic director; Ben Russell, violin; Laura Lutzke, violin; Isabel Hagen, viola; Claire Bryant, cello

    CREDITS
    Producers: Tom Huizenga, Morgan Noelle Smith, Kara Frame; Creative director: Bob Boilen; Audio engineers: Josh Rogosin, Alex Drewenskus; Editor: Kara Frame; Videographers: Maia Stern, Kara Frame, Jack Corbett; Associate Producer: Bobby Carter; Executive producer: Lauren Onkey; VP, programming: Anya Grundmann; Photo: Mhari Shaw/NPR

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  • Max Richter - November

    6:24

    Taken from 'Memoryhouse'

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  • Max Richter In Concert: Reimagining Vivaldi

    1:33:18

    Can't take another moment of Vivaldi's ubiquitous Four Seasons? Neither could Max Richter, a London-based composer who deftly blurs the lines between the classical and electronic worlds. Long ago he loved it the piece but like some of us, he grew tired of the overplayed warhorse, which can be found in no fewer than 250 recordings on sites like ArchivMusic.

    So instead of writing off the piece forever, Richter rewrote it. He discarded about three quarters of Vivaldi's original, substituted his own music and tucked in some light electronics for a total Four Seasons makeover. It sounds a little hipper — lighter on its feet in places, darker and more cinematic in others. Still, Richter's remodeled version retains the basic shape, and much of the spirit, of the master's original four violin concertos — each about ten minutes and in three movements, sequenced fast-slow-fast.

    Richter recorded his rejiggered Seasons with violin soloist Daniel Hope and together they brought the project to (Le) Poisson Rouge, the Greenwich Village music space, where we had our cameras set up and ready to roll.

    In Richter's reimagining, you'll recognize more than a few weather-related signposts like the violin's shivering figures in Winter and bolts of thunder in stormy Summer. Yet in other places the music is heavily disguised. The cheerful birdsong that opens Vivaldi's Spring emerges as mere shards of the original, backed by moody pedal points in the electronic low end, lending it a movie music feel. And Vivaldi's violin horn calls in the finale of Autumn morph into a comforting minimalist blanket of warm double basses and electronics.

    The revamped Vivaldi is about as classical as Richter gets. For a taste of his more electronic side, the second half of this concert features selections from Infra, dance music he wrote for London's Royal Ballet, based on T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land. For this music, Richter pares down to just a piano, his laptop and a string quartet, but he weaves in many unusual sounds. Here you'll find a dusty treasure-trove of old shortwave radio signals, industrial rumbles, clicks and pops serving as the underlying bed for Richter's gritty and forlorn soundscapes. -- TOM HUIZENGA

    Program:

    Vivaldi: The Four Seasons (Recomposed by Max Richter)
    Music from Infra

    Ensemble LPR, Tito Muñoz, conductor

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  • Max Richter - On The Nature Of Daylight

    7:01

    Max Richter: On The Nature Of Daylight (Entropy)
    Taken from ‘The Blue Notebooks’ (2018) – new recording

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  • Max Richter - Sleep NO ADS

    8:24:17

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  • Max Richter - Richter: On The Nature Of Daylight

    6:37

    Max Richter: On The Nature Of Daylight
    Taken from ‘The Blue Notebooks’ – originally released in 2004, now re-released with additional bonus content:

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    Produced by Elisabeth Moss, Yulia Mahr, Somesuch and Globe Productions.

    Director George Belfield

    Producers
    Elisabeth Moss
    Yulia Mahr
    Tarquin Glass
    Stefan Demetriou
    Max Brook

    Director of Photography Steve Annis
    Associate Producer Diane Pellegrino
    Executive Producer Saskia Whinney

  • Never Goodbye

    7:36

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    Never Goodbye · Max Richter

    Hostiles

    ℗ 2018 YLK Distribution, LLC, under exclusive license to StudioRichterMahr / Deutsche Grammophon GmbH

    Released on: 2018-01-05

    Producer: Max Richter
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Rupert Coulson
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Tom Bailey
    Unknown, Other: Dave Foster
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Mandy Parnell
    Associated Performer, Cello: Ian Burge
    Associated Performer, Piano: Andy Massey
    Associated Performer, Synthesizer: Görkem Şen
    Associated Performer, Harp: Hugh Webb
    Choir: London Voices
    Orchestra: Air Lyndhurst Orchestra
    Composer: Max Richter

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  • Max Richter- She Remembers

    3:50

    Odori di vento
    mentre la luce ti spoglia
    con lenta solennita'.
    Marco Boietti

    cover art : Molli - tuch im Wind , Magnus Weidemann
    musica : She Remembers di Max Richter

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  • Max Richter - Never Goodbye

    7:30

    (Hostiles Soundtrack)

  • To The Stars

    3:31

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    To The Stars (From Ad Astra Soundtrack) · Max Richter

    To The Stars

    ℗ 2019 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation and New Regency, under exclusive license to Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2019-09-20

    Producer: Max Richter
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mix Engineer: Rupert Coulson
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mix Engineer, Engineer: Tom Bailey
    Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Ashley Andrew-Jones
    Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Alex Ferguson
    Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Jack Mills
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Laurence Anslow
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Götz-Michael Rieth
    Associated Performer, Piano: Andy Massey
    Orchestra: Air Lyndhurst Orchestra
    Conductor: Ben Foster
    Composer, Arranger, Orchestrator: Max Richter
    Arranger, Orchestrator: Dave Foster

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  • Max Richter – On the Nature of Daylight | DG120 concert - Hong Kong, China

    7:00

    On the occasion of the DG120 festivities, Max Richter plays in Hong Kong for the first time.
    Listen to “On the Nature of Daylight” from his albums The Blue Notebooks and Voyager. For this piece, he is accompanied by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and violinist Mari Samuelsen.
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    Max Richter, Piano & Keyboard
    Mari Samuelsen, Violin
    Grace Davidson, Soprano
    Robert Ziegler, Conductor
    Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra


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  • Max Richter - Sleep Reconstructed

    1:38:35

    00:00 Path 3 (7676)
    11:00 Whose name is written on water
    22:00 Path 17 (Before the ending of daylight)
    48:20 Constellation 1
    55:35 Constellation 2
    1:10:10 Non-Eternal
    1:33:35 Song, Echo

  • Max Richter - On Reflection . . .

    7:16

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    poem by Nikolas Telson

    The Spider’s Net

    I am writing a poem,
    like the spider makes its net.
    The story of a spider in agony,
    day by day and hour by hour.

    The net of a spider,
    is a trap to the spider itself.
    The spider will die,
    in the same way its victims died.
    In roars that people will never be able to hear.

    A story always has a past and a future.
    And the spider eventually reawakens as its victim.


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  • Finale

    8:24

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    Finale · Max Richter

    Mary Queen Of Scots

    ℗ 2018 Focus-Gramercy Film Music (BMI), under exclusive license to Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2018-12-07

    Producer: Max Richter
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Rupert Coulson
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Laurence Anslow
    Unknown, Other: Dave Foster
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Götz-Michael Rieth
    Orchestra: Air Lyndhurst Orchestra
    Associated Performer, Cor Anglais: Jane Marshall
    Associated Performer, Harp: Hugh Webb
    Conductor: Robert Ziegler
    Composer: Max Richter

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  • Max Richter - Only Believe

    4:28

  • Max Richter - Piano Works | complete

    35:16

    Here are 15 Max Richter Piano Works. This ground-breaking collection represents a unique drawing together of the strands of the gifted composer's varied output, embracing his work with the London Philharmonic (Memoryhouse), The Blue Notebooks, Royal Ballet-commissioned Infra and subsequent highly regarded concept albums.(includes the works Andras, The Blue Notebooks, Circles From The Rue Simon-Crubellier, Departure, The Family and more)

    01. Andras - 0:00
    02. The Blue Notebooks - 04:25
    03. Circles from the rue Simon-Crubellier - 06:03
    04. Departure - 07:21
    05. The Family - 09:42
    06. Fragment - 12:40
    07. From the rue Villin - 14:35
    08. H in New England - 16:00
    09. Horizon Variations - 18:25
    10. INFRA 3 - 20:35
    11. Leo's Journal - 23:34
    12. The Tartu Piano - 25:55
    13. The Twins (Prague) - 28:46
    14. Vladimir's Blues - 30:46
    15. Written On The Sky - 32:40

    I made this recording using Soundman OKM II mics

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  • Max Richter - Three Worlds: Music From Woolf Works 2017

    1:6:23

    Tracklist
    Mrs Dalloway
    01. Words
    02. In The Garden
    03. War Anthem
    04. Meeting Again
    Orlando
    05. Memory Is The Seamstress
    06. Modular Astronomy
    07. Entropy
    08. Transformation
    09. Morphology
    10. The Tyranny Of Symmetry
    11. The Explorers
    12. Persistence Of Images
    13. Genesis Of Poetry
    14. Possibles
    15. Love Songs
    The Waves
    16. Tuesday

  • Ad Astra

    2:7:00

    Max Richter
    00:00 To The Stars
    03:30 Encounter
    08:48 Cosmic Drone Gateway
    11:46 I Put All That Away
    15:13 A Trip To The Moon
    19:50 Terra Incognita
    22:40 Ex Luna Scientia – Requiem
    27:57 Journey Sequence
    31:17 The Rings Of Saturn
    34:15 The Wanderer
    39:06 Erbarme Dich
    42:44 Forced Entry
    45:12 Preludium
    49:14 Resonantia
    52:14 Let There Be Light
    54:32 Ursa Minor – Visions
    57:46 Event Horizon
    01:03:59 Musurgia Universalis
    01:07:05 You Have To Let Me Go
    01:13:02 Tuesday (Voiceless)

    Lorne Balfe
    01:34:09 Opening
    01:36:47 Briefing
    01:39:20 Space Journey
    01:42:00 Rover Ride
    01:44:51 Pirate Attack
    01:47:39 Orbs
    01:51:23 Underground Lake
    01:53:38 Trip To Neptune

    Nils Frahm
    01:58:40 Says

    Composers: Max Richter, Lorne Balfe, Nils Frahm
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  • Max Richter - Non-eternal

    23:53

    From Sleep (Deutsche Grammophon 0289 479 5267 1 DDD GH).

    Monumental work that will certainly stay Max Richter's milestone in his discography, Sleep intends to be a lullaby for our frenetic world. A moment of peace for those who haven't the time to take the time anymore.

    Non-Eternal really stands out in these 500 minutes of continuous music, meant to accompany you in your sleep and gently ride the wave of your dreams next to you. Taking place in the middle of your night, the track first unfurls ghostly vocals echoing in the unseizable distances of space. A melancholic lullaby of a lost childish memory, reverberating in our inner world as a delicate catharsis to reach the edge of oblivion. A lone voice conversing with itself, eternally feeding over its own circling harmonics.

    The main melodic theme is eventually replaced by concrete classical orchestrations of piano and strings, naturally taking over the legacy of the previous vocals. A real conversation now emerges between the two instruments, pushing the night and our intrinsic feelings forwards through the night. A lacrymal complementarity born in the nothingness and raised on chaos catches our last errating thoughts to focus on the unique goal to reach peace.

    With Sleep, Max Richter invited himself in our lives when we are the most vulnerable, and brought gentleness in a world that cruelly lacks of it. This is also why this album is particularly effective and positive when listened to under a blanket, in a bed, when the moon is leisurely shining over our heads...

    Enjoy folks, and if you feel like it, I'd like you to share your sensations too, here in the comments section or on my Facebook page at


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    This video is uploaded only in a promotional purpose, as I do not own any rights on this music. All rights reserved to Max Richter and Deutsche Grammophon.

    If you (artist, label or viewer) have any inquiry, just email me at a2damusic@gmail.com

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  • Spring 1 : Max Richter ~

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    A Valentine's tribute to Disney's 'Beauty And The Beast', feat. Max Richter's beautiful re-composition of Vivaldi's 'Spring 1' from his 'Four Seasons'.



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  • The Departure

    33:41

    This is a non-profit, fan-based edit of 'The Quality of Mercy', 'Departure (Diary)', 'The Departure (Persistence of Vision)', and 'The Departure', composed by Max Richter, and released by WaterTower Music in 2014 and 2016.

    Suite arranged by Jorah the Andal can be found here: youtu.be/iHrKoE1cdEo.

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  • Max Richter - Dream 13

    3:20

    Acclaimed Britsh composer Max Richter has written a new landmark recording: SLEEP is 8 hours long – the equivalent of a night’s rest – and is actually and genuinely intended to send the listener to sleep. It’s an eight-hour lullaby, says its composer, Max Richter.
    The ground-breaking new work is scored for piano, strings, electronics and vocals – but no words. It’s my personal lullaby for a frenetic world, he says. A manifesto for a slower pace of existence.
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    Directed by: Yulia Mahr

  • Richter: Recomposed By Max Richter: Vivaldi, The Four Seasons - Summer 1

    4:12

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    Richter: Recomposed By Max Richter: Vivaldi, The Four Seasons - Summer 1 · Max Richter · Daniel Hope · Raphael Alpermann · Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin · André de Ridder

    Recomposed By Max Richter: Vivaldi, The Four Seasons

    ℗ 2012 Universal Music Classics & Jazz, a division of Universal Music GmbH

    Released on: 2014-01-01

    Producer: Max Richter
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mixer: Neil Hutchinson
    Studio Personnel, Editor: Jenni Whiteside
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Mandy Parnell
    Composer: Max Richter

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  • Max Richter - Vladimirs Blues

    2:11

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    Director’s Statement

    In 2003 Max Richter wrote The Blue Notebooks in reaction to the violence he experienced as a child, and as a protest against the impending Iraq War. In all the years I’ve known him, this drive to talk about the very real and lifelong effects of violence has remained a constant in his work. We are human beings, we stand together, but our common humanity is fragile.
    When I was asked to make the video for “Vladimir’s Blues” – one of the pieces that make up The Blue Notebooks – I knew immediately that I wanted the very fabric of the film to reflect Max’s intentions. I have been working with infrared for ten years, and this led me to explore the thermal camera technology used by the military as a way to capture the heart of Max’s work.
    This is technology developed by weapons contractors to pick up on the infrared radiation emitted by people as well as objects, and commonly used in the Mediterranean and on the Mexican border, or on military aircraft and drones. It’s a technology that by its very nature dehumanises us, and renders us as little more than anonymous heat patterns.
    I wondered about these cameras of war and alienation, and whether I could disrupt their intention to create something positive, that speaks very much of individual experience. There is a strange beauty inherent in this imagery, a beauty that is deeply tarnished by associations with migrants hiding, and dying, in refrigerated lorries to evade detection by this very same technology. Would it be possible to claim this imagery for something hopeful, as Max’s music does?
    There were challenges. The cameras are unwieldy and cumbersome, often these days used in industrial applications but certainly not meant for creating narrative. They interrupt filming every fifteen seconds or so, there are only two lenses, and the depth of field is minute. One small movement pulls you out of focus. They can see through smoke, fog and haze but they can’t see through glass. They pick up radiation from objects as well as people – everything above absolute zero emits radiation. I had to invent a way to tell a story with them.
    Slowly a thing of beauty began to evolve. Most beautiful of all was the discovery that the heat traces we leave as we move around can tell the story of a piece of music and how it unfolds. A legacy that says, “we were here and we count”.
    Yulia Mahr


    Music by Max Richter
    A film by Yulia Mahr


    Conceived, Directed and Filmed by Yulia Mahr
    Editor: Mike Terry

    Music video by Max Richter performing Richter: Vladimir's Blues. © 2020 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

  • Max Richter - Meeting Again

    5:04

  • Max Richter - Return 2

    16:37

    Genre: Electronic, Classical

    Style: Ambient, Modern Classical

    Year: 2015

    Video : Arcachon (France)

  • Max Richter - Dream 3

    9:55

    Acclaimed Britsh composer Max Richter has written a new landmark recording: SLEEP is 8 hours long – the equivalent of a night’s rest – and is actually and genuinely intended to send the listener to sleep. It’s an eight-hour lullaby, says its composer, Max Richter.
    The ground-breaking new work is scored for piano, strings, electronics and vocals – but no words. It’s my personal lullaby for a frenetic world, he says. A manifesto for a slower pace of existence.
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    from SLEEP (1h)
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    Directed by: Yulia Mahr

  • Max Richter - Luminous

    5:01

  • Max Richter - Sarajevo

    4:04

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  • Recomposed by Max Richter: Vivaldi - The Four Seasons 2012

    44:01

    Tracklist
    01. Spring 0
    02. Spring 1
    03. Spring 2
    04. Spring 3
    05. Summer 1
    06. Summer 2
    07. Summer 3
    08. Autumn 1
    09. Autumn 2
    10. Autumn 3
    11. Winter 1
    12. Winter 2
    13. Winter 3

  • Incredibly beautiful Music - Max Richter - Meeting Again 10 hour loop

    10:7:30

    Incredibly beautiful music by one of the greatest artists of our time (and all times). Max Richter - Meeting again.
    And Louisa Fuller, Natalia Bonner, John Metcalfe, Ian Burdge, Chris Worsey
    10 hour loop

  • BBC In Tune Sessions: Max Richter - Sleep

    9:48

    Max Richter performs an extract from his piece 'Sleep' with cellist Ian Burdge and violinist Louisa Fuller, live on In Tune, BBC Radio 3.

  • Max Richter-Sunlight

    5:37

    Max Richter est un musicien et compositeur allemand de musique classique et électronique contemporaine, né en 1966 qui vit actuellement à Berlin.

    Max Richter a étudié la composition et le piano à l'Université d'Édimbourg, à la Royal Academy of Music et avec Luciano Berio à Florence. Sa musique est principalement influencée par celle de Xenakis.

    Après ses études, Richter a co-fondé l'ensemble Piano Circus en 1989 où il est resté pendant dix ans, interprétant entre autres des œuvres d'Arvo Pärt, Brian Eno, Philip Glass, Julia Wolfe et Steve Reich. Durant sa présence, l'ensemble a sorti cinq disques sur le label Decca.

    En 1996, il a notamment travaillé avec Future Sound of London sur leur album Dead Cities. Initialement prévu en tant que pianiste, il a finalement travaillé sur plusieurs pistes et en a co-écrit une (titrée Max). Il a aussi collaboré pendant deux ans sur leur album suivant, The Isness, en tant que mixeur, co-producteur et co-écrivain de plusieurs pistes. Il a aussi travaillé avec Roni Size sur l'album In The Mode.

    Depuis 2004, Max Richter se produit régulièrement en concert et travaille sur des musiques de films comme celle de Valse avec Bachir de l'Israélien Ari Folman. En octobre 2006, il sort son troisième album sur le label FatCat. En 2008, il réalise la musique du ballet INFRA de Wayne Mc Gregor. En Juillet 2010, sortie en salle de La vie sauvage des animaux domestiques dont il a composé la musique.


    Pour le film Shutter Island de Martin Scorsese, son titre On the nature of daylight (The blue notebooks) est utilisé avec les paroles et la voix de Dinah reine du blues Washington.

  • Max Richter - War Anthem

    6:57

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  • Mari Samuelsen - Max Richter: November

    6:44

    Mari Samuelsen – Max Richter: November
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    Mari Samuelsen is one of today’s most imaginative and eloquent violinists, known for her inventive approach to programming and presentation. As part of Deutsche Grammophon's 120th anniversary celebrations held at Beijing’s Forbidden City, Samuelsen took the solo lead in Max Richter’s “November”, accompanied by the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Long Yu.

    Max Richter’s “November” is Samuelsen’s first single on Deutsche Grammophon. Her debut album was recorded with the Konzerthausorchester Berlin and conductor Jonathan Stockhammer and will be released in early summer 2019.

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  • Max Richter - She Remembers

    3:50

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  • Max Richter - The Consolations of Philosophy

    5:38

    Max Richter - The Consolations of Philosophy (Audio) [BLACK MIRROR - 3X01 - SOUNDTRACK]

    Black Mirror: Nosedive (Music from the Original TV Series) par Max Richter


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  • Max Richter - Embers

    3:21

    No words and without a sound,
    star shine within, without...
    a rainbow lights the night.

    All possibilities,
    as branches of a tree,
    opening,
    as does a flower.

  • The Leftovers - The Departure Suite

    6:55

    Suite (arranged by myself) of the many variations of Departure, from The Leftovers: Season 1 (Music from the HBO Series) and The Leftovers: Season 2 (Music from the HBO Series). Composed by Max Richter.
    Tracklist:
    0:00 The Quality of Mercy
    2:45 Departure (Diary)
    3:55 The Departure (Persistence of Vision)
    5:38 The Departure

  • Max Richter-When She Went Away

    2:49

  • Max Richter - Miss Sloane Soundtrack ᴴᴰ

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  • Max Richter - Luminous

    5:17

    UNLIMITED FREE TRIAL OF AMAZON MUSIC -

    Max Richter's Luminous From The Perfect Sense Soundtrack.

  • Max Richter-When She Came Back

    3:38

    Sarah`s Key Soundtrack

  • Richter: Recomposed By Max Richter: Vivaldi, The Four Seasons - Spring 1

    2:32

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Richter: Recomposed By Max Richter: Vivaldi, The Four Seasons - Spring 1 · Max Richter · Daniel Hope · Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin · André de Ridder

    Café Del Mar Classical

    ℗ 2012 Universal Music Classics & Jazz, a division of Universal Music GmbH

    Released on: 2013-01-01

    Producer: Max Richter
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mixer: Neil Hutchinson
    Studio Personnel, Editor: Jenni Whiteside
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Mandy Parnell
    Composer: Max Richter

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  • Max Richter for Wallpaper* magazine

    4:09

    Here's a sweet film of Max in his studio for a Wallpaper* magazine feature.
    Film directed by Yulia Mahr

  • Max Richters SLEEP - Film

    2:02

    ‘Max Richter’s Sleep’ will have its North American Premiere at Sundance Film Festival 2020.

    Eagle Rock Films are proud to present the documentary from JA Films and Globe Productions, produced by Julie Jakobek, Yulia Mahr, Oualid Mouaness and Stefan Demetriou and directed by Emmy-nominated, award-winning filmmaker Natalie Johns.

    The film follows composer and performer Max Richter as he consolidates an ambitious performance of his critically acclaimed eight-hour opus, SLEEP.

    The film plunges deeply into the artist’s life and process, transcending the work to explore his legacy. Personal reflections from Max Richter, and visual archive from his long-term creative partner, the BAFTA winning filmmaker, Yulia Mahr - the co-architect of SLEEP – help build this intimate portrait – along with contributions that illuminate both the science and story behind the work.

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  • Richter: Recomposed By Max Richter: Vivaldi, The Four Seasons - Autumn 1

    5:42

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Richter: Recomposed By Max Richter: Vivaldi, The Four Seasons - Autumn 1 · Max Richter · Daniel Hope · Raphael Alpermann · Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin · André de Ridder

    Recomposed By Max Richter: Vivaldi, The Four Seasons

    ℗ 2012 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2014-01-01

    Producer: Max Richter
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mixer: Neil Hutchinson
    Studio Personnel, Editor: Jenni Whiteside
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Mandy Parnell
    Composer: Max Richter

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  • Max Richter - On The Nature of Daylight - Max Richter ‎

    6:24

    Vinyl - Max Richter - On The Nature of Daylight - Max Richter

    On The Nature Of Daylight was originally featured on Max’s landmark album The Blue Notebooks, which with its strong anti-war sentiment gels perfectly with the pro-unity theme in Arrival. “When I wrote On The Nature Of Daylight in 2003 I conceived it as the opening of my upcoming record, The Blue Notebooks. At that time (as now) I was troubled by the political and humanitarian circumstances of the Iraq war and, like most of us, felt powerless to do anything; The Blue Notebooks was a protest record. On The Nature Of Daylight is also a reflection on my own childhood, and that fantasy space that children sometimes retreat into - an alternate reality of safety, quiet and sanity. I never imagined that the piece would have a life outside this context: It was so personal. However, since life is very strange, the music took off in all sorts of unforeseen directions. Choreographers and film makers especially have connected to the work’s emotionality, and so its second life began.

    When I was contacted by the makers of Arrival, I was initially cautious. Having allowed the work to be used in two outstandingly powerful films, Martin Scorsese’s Shutter Island, and Henry Alex Rubin’s Disconnect, I was doubtful about granting another use. But Denis Villeneuve called me and described the integral nature of On The Nature Of Daylight to the architecture of Arrival - it starts and ends the film - and, as he described the film I was drawn into his powerful world. So, in the end it was an easy decision.” Max Richter. The On The Nature Of Daylight 12” includes both versions of the music; the original quintet recording, and the later recording for full string orchestra.

  • Max Richter - Dona Nobis Pacem 1

    3:49

    From The Leftovers Soundtrack

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