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Oxygene 13

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  1. Mar 16,  · Oxygene as an album sounds much warmer than his original concept, yet is still manages to have unmistakable Jarre touch; the touch of an electronic legend. Oxygene 10 is perhaps my favourite track of the album, with its anthemic feel and signature riffs. While I’m sure many will be dubious of it, '' is very much in keeping with the /5(9).
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  3. Background. During the recording of his Electronica albums, Jarre composed and recorded a piece that he said "made me think about what Oxygène could be if I was composing it today." With the 40th anniversary in mind, Jarre decided to record another chapter of Oxygène, with the original minimalist approach in mind, but using new technology to create Electronic.
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  5. Print and download Oxygène 13 sheet music in pdf. Learn how to play Jean Michel Jarre songs for Piano, Strings and Effects online Oxygène Jean Michel Jarre. Beginner Oxygene 2 Jean Michel Jarre. London Kid Jean Michel Jarre. Rendez-vous III Jean Michel Jarre. Orient Express.
  6. Listen free to Jean Michel Jarre – Oxygene (Oxygene 7, Oxygene 8 and more). 7 tracks (). Oxygène continues where Jean-Michel Jarre left off 20 years before, that is, with the last track ("Part 6") of 's Oxygène. Much had changed in the interim, for both Jarre and synthesizer technology. The result is a set of up-tempo, highly melodic electronic trance reminiscent of.
  7. Oxygène (French pronunciation: [ɔksiˈʒɛn], English: Oxygen) is the third studio album by French electronic musician and composer Jean-Michel Jarre and his first album not intended for use as a soundtrack. Oxygène consists of six tracks, numbered simply "Oxygène Part I" to "Part VI". It was first released in France in December , on the Disques Dreyfus record label licensed to Polydor.
  8. Oxygene , as its name implies, is a direct sequel to the original Oxygene. Jean Michel Jarre even goes so far as to use many of the same synthesizers he used to create that classic work. Though the sequel is considerably more rhythm driven than Oxygene was, this is no bad thing/5(93).

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