RICHTER Blue Notebooks (15 Years Edition)

MAX RICHTER
The Blue Notebooks - 15 Years Edition

Int. Release 11 May. 2018
2 CDs / Download
0289 483 5014 8


Track List

CD 1: The Blue Notebooks

Max Richter (1966 - )
Max Richter, Tilda Swinton

Louisa Fuller, Natalia Bonner, John Metcalfe, Philip Sheppard, Chris Worsey

Max Richter

Max Richter, Tilda Swinton, Louisa Fuller, Natalia Bonner, John Metcalfe, Philip Sheppard, Chris Worsey

Max Richter

Max Richter, Tilda Swinton, Louisa Fuller, Natalia Bonner, John Metcalfe, Philip Sheppard, Chris Worsey

Max Richter, Tilda Swinton

9.
0:00
3:13

Max Richter

10.
0:00
7:53

Max Richter, Tilda Swinton, Louisa Fuller, Natalia Bonner, John Metcalfe, Philip Sheppard, Chris Worsey

Max Richter

Total Playing Time 40:37

CD 2: The Blue Notebooks

Max Richter (1966 - )
Max Richter

Max Richter Orchestra, Lorenz Dangel

Max Richter

Max Richter, Louisa Fuller, Natalia Bonner, John Metcalfe, Chris Worsey, Ian Burdge

6.
3:56

Max Richter

Clyde Otis (1925 - 2008)
Dinah Washington, Louisa Fuller, Natalia Bonner, John Metcalfe, Philip Sheppard, Chris Worsey

Total Playing Time 30:45


  • Max Richter – On the Nature of Daylight – Short Film

    Watch the music video of Max Richter's On The Nature of Daylight from his new album The Blue Notebooks, starring actress Elisabeth Moss.


  • Max Richter - A Catalogue Of Afternoons

    "The Blue Notebooks is my attempt for music to comment on society and specifically, it’s an anti-violence record. It’s a subtle and peaceful protest against political, social, and personal brutality. Sadly it’s still very current today…” Watch Max Richter perform "A Catalogue of Afternoons", a previously unreleased track to be included on The Blue Notebooks.


  • Max Richter speaks about the musical language of The Blue Notebooks (Interview)

    "We're bewitched and enchanted by music that we love, and that sort of bypasses the frontal lobes of your brain and goes straight to the heart." Learn more about the musical world that Max Richter created within The Blue Notebooks.


  • Interview with Max Richter on The Blue Notebooks (2018)

    “The Blue Notebooks” is one of Max Richter’s most successful albums to date. It was originally composed in the run-up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Learn more about the album and the track "On The Nature Of Daylight" in this video.


  • Max Richter talks about the making of The Blue Notebooks (Interview)

    Although commonplace now, when Richter made ‘The Blue Notebooks’, he was one of the first to combine classical and electronic elements with a post rock sensibility – something which was radical at the time. "What I wanted to do was to try and create something which had a sense of luminosity and brightness, but made from the darkest possible materials."


  • Max Richter speaks about revisiting The Blue Notebooks (Interview)

    Max Richter speaks about working on The Blue Notebooks like revisiting an old friend. “The Blue Notebooks’ is an attempt for music to comment on society and specifically it’s an anti-violence record. It’s a subtle and peaceful protest against political, social, and personal brutality. Sadly it’s still very current today” Max Richter


  • Max Richter speaks about On the Nature of Daylight from The Blue Notebooks (Interview)

    Although commonplace now, when Richter made ‘The Blue Notebooks’, he was one of the first to combine classical and electronic elements with a post rock sensibility – something which was radical at the time. "What I wanted to do was to try and create something which had a sense of luminosity and brightness, but made from the darkest possible materials."