Sneeuwland

by Oskar Schuster

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  • Compact Disc (CD)

    Beautiful cardboard sleeve with stamped artwork and three booklet-cards with stamped graphics, one of them glued to the inside of the sleeve. Every copy is individually created by hand.

    Includes immediate download of 13-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
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  • Sheet Music

    Sheet music book containing nine piano pieces.

    Each copy you buy is singular, with handmade stamped and embossed artwork.

    The book includes older pieces („Les Pluies“, „Hvarf“), five piano solo versions of pieces that are part of „Sneeuwland“ as well as the two new pieces „Matilda“ and „Paris Montparnasse“.

    Content:

    1 Matilda
    2 Sneeuwland
    3 Valse Imaginaire
    4 Fjarlægur
    5 Paris Montparnasse
    6 Wunder
    7 Koma Aftur
    8 Les Pluies
    9 Hvarf
    ... more
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1.
03:54
2.
3.
03:27
4.
02:54
5.
02:05
6.
02:58
7.
8.
9.
03:18
10.
03:43
11.
12.
02:58

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Composed, performed, arranged & produced by Oskar Schuster.
Except track 11 by Oskar Schuster & Possimiste, Lyrics by Possimiste.
Mixed by Oskar Schuster & Thomas von Pescatore.
Mastered by Thomas von Pescatore.
Strings on tracks 1, 2, 8 & 9 recorded at Tonbrauerei, Berlin.
Violin & Viola by Anja Hawlitzki, Cello by Patrick Cybinski.
Artwork by Oskar Schuster.

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released 21 March 2014

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Oskar Schuster Berlin, Germany

Oskar Schuster is a young german composer and artist, living in Berlin. His songs without words evocate a fairytale-world, strange and surreal. A world full of blurry images of the past; of childhood memories and characters from children’s books; of clicking and ticking clocks and ever-looping music boxes, of far-away-lands, far-away-seas, far-away-skies, far-away-everythings. ... more

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