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An hour-long distillation of the eight-hour Sleep, From Sleep was designed by Max Richter to be listened to while awake (he intended the original to enhance a full night's rest and even consulted a neuroscientist about the different phases of sleep). Focusing on some of the work's most actively lovely moments, From Sleep still retains the feeling of an exquisite lullaby. These soft, gliding compositions for piano, strings, electronics and vocals encourage listeners to slow down and reflect in a hectic world, and do so with the same the same aching-yet-inspiring beauty that has graced Richter's work since The Blue Notebooks., Rovi

Biography

Born: 22 March 1966 in Germany

Genre: Classical

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

Blending classical, electronic, and rock influences into a style he calls "post-classical," composer/programmer Max Richter ignores boundaries in favor of haunting, strangely familiar sounds. This approach made him an in-demand composer for film and other types of performing arts, as well as an acclaimed artist in his own right. Born in Germany in the mid-'60s, Richter and his family moved to the U.K. when he was still a little boy; by his early teens, he was listening to the canon of classical music,...
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