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Seven Waves

Suzanne Ciani

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Seven Waves is Suzanne Ciani's first album. She started recording it in 1979, finished it in 1981, and released it in Japan in 1982. The first U.S. release was in 1984. She re-released it in 1995 on Seventh Wave, her own label, named for this CD. She recorded this music on vintage electronic equipment, most of which no longer exists. This set is a conglomeration of Ciani's electronic wizardry, her new age sensitivity, and her innate romanticism. The atmospheres and soundscapes are dense and gentle. Her melodies hover above and within the soundscapes. This is classic e-music and essential listening for all fans of electronic new age music. It evokes responses similar to those evoked by Kitaro, Constance Demby, Nik Tyndall, and Lisa Lynne.

Biography

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Suzanne Ciani was one of the first female artists to make a name for herself in the world of electronic music. Ciani earned a Masters degree in composition from the University of California at Berkeley. In 1975, she got involved in the Soho art scene and worked with Philip Glass. She hit the big time with the establishment of Ciani Musica, Inc., one of the foremost commercial production companies. Ciani later expanded into film scoring and gained recognition for her work on The Incredible Shrinking...
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