Erik Satie — Gnossienne No1
Album: Satie: Piano Music (Frank Glazer, Piano)
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Released: 1889
Length: 3:43
Plays (last 30 days): 3
(Instrumental)
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Continuing the mood from Vienna Teng Passage, a solemn bit of music.
OBO

Outstanding, but overplayed....

<donning fire suit>
I mean, come on, this is it.
First heard this on a Delta playlist of all things - now every time I hear it, I sigh.

When I hear this, I think of Isabelle Huppert walking barefoot on a parquet floor.
Play this to your Cannabis plants {#Daisy}
Fantastic.
Album: Satie: Piano Music (Frank Glazer, Piano)
Released: 1889
Last play: Apr 8, 2018
Plays in last 30 days: 3


There is no way this album was released in 1889. Just saying ...
 Tomasni wrote:
To me this is strong 8- Most Excellent

 
DuranAir agrees!  Mui Bueno!
quelle ambiance !!
Thank you for this version.  You know so much.
To me this is strong 8- Most Excellent
 stoatva wrote:
Check out Tony McManus’ guitar version of this one.  
 
https://youtu.be/MmiWlMJiq1s

(my cousin Mike made that guitar, he noted proudly)
Check out Tony McManus’ guitar version of this one.  
Not enough notes! Too short, too short!
As the first few notes sounded, I said out loud "Oohh, nice!" The whole piece makes a nice change from whatever preceeded.
Da iawn, bendegedig!
To me this is strong 8- Most Excellent
What a nice break from U2 and Zeppelin. 
Nice music.
Very black lyrics....
 nicolaluna wrote:
Does this feature in any soundtracks besides Man on Wire and Gloomy Sunday?  I know I've heard it somewhere before here, today, in association with some film....

~anyone?

  
Proclivities wrote:

I believe it's also in the film Chocolat.

 
Erik Satie's Gymnopédie No. 1 is in a fabulous film: Louis Malle's "My Dinner with Andre"  
My Dinner with Andre 1981 film theatrical release poster.jpg