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Leap In The Dark - Neil Ardley - Harmony Of The Spheres

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  1. Harmony Of The Spheres, an album by Neil Ardley on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  2. Neil Ardley based this album on the ancient idea of the Harmony of the Spheres, the idea that each planet produces a musical note related to its orbit. It was reasoned that, as everything in the heavens is perfect, the notes must sound together to produce a perfect glamrock.gavinarakeleronmalofym.infoinfo: Zen Archer.
  3. Neil Ardley based this album on the ancient idea of the Harmony of the Spheres, the idea that each planet produces a musical note related to its orbit. It was reasoned that, as everything in the heavens is perfect, the notes must sound together to produce a perfect harmony.
  4. Harmony of the Spheres was composer Neil Ardley's final album for a major label. Released by Decca in the U.K. in This is the record many of Ardley's most ardent (no pun intended) fans and jazz purists have dismissed out of hand.
  5. Dec 08,  · Neil Ardley was a legend in Britain. He never really took hold musically in the United States, though his two albums were released here. I found them both in Ann Arbor, MI/5(37).
  6. Title - Neil Ardley - Harmony of the Spheres. Side One: Upstarts All, Leap In The Dark, Glittering Circles, Fair Mirage. Side Two: Soft Stillness And The Night, Headstrong Headlong, Toward Tranquillity. Made in England. Stereo. Produced by Neil Ardley and Martin Leven.
  7. Leap in the Dark Glittering Circles Fair Mirage Soft Stillness and The Night Headstrong, Headlong Towards Tranquility Neil Ardley and orchestra Recorded July to September , Morgan Studios, London Neil Ardley’s Harmony of the Spheres was recorded in London in
  8. May 02,  · However, there are no real bummers, and what makes the album really interesting are Neil Ardley's compositions, which prove to be varied and out of the ordinary, and the rich orchestral textures. There are a few tracks which function properly without failures (i.e. John Martyn's excursions). Leap in the Dark has nice solos and remarkable textures/5(3).