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Lost Atlantis

by Barry Schrader

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Trinity 15:24


"Trinity" (1976) and "Lost Atlantis" (1977) were composed on the Buchla 200 analog synthesizer, also known as The Electric Music Box.

The narration for "Lost Atlantis" may be downloaded for free. The narration is not included on the physical CD.

"There's a great sweep to Schrader's work that puts it more in line with ambitious large-scale electronic works by the likes of Stockhausen ("Hymnen"), Eloy ("Shanti") and Henry (take your pick), a line that can be traced backwards to Mahler, Bruckner and Beethoven. I'll bet Ludwig Van would have loved the Electric Music Box” - Dan Warburton
— Paris Transatlantic Magazine

"The music is imbued with mystery, its reliance on non-melodic material empowering it with an ageless appeal that could as well be ancient. Schrader makes use of a wide palette of tones and textures, and his sense of space and drama create a mysterious place in which the listener is eager to lose himself or herself.” - François Couture
— AllMusic

"Barry Schrader's 'Lost Atlantis' reveals Schrader as a composer born to the electronic medium. He paints with veiled and mysterious tone colors, creates descending sine-tone scales of exquisite delicacy and spins out dramatic crescendos climaxing in peaks of brassy brilliance. He generates sequenced rhythms with various percussive envelopes: woodlike clacks, hollow drum sounds, giant xylophones and steel drums.." - Philip Springer,
— Los Angeles Times


released January 18, 2005

Nicholas England, narrator


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Barry Schrader Los Angeles, California

Schrader's compositions for electronics, dance, film, video, mixed media, live/electro-acoustic music combinations, and real- time computer performance have been presented throughout the world. In 2014, he was given the SEAMUS Lifetime Achievement Award. He was a member of the Composition Faculty of the CalArts School of Music from 1971 to 2016. His web site is <barryschrader.com>. ... more

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