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In 1888 German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche ( 1844 – 1900 ) left the little Swiss village of Sils-Maria for the last time. During seven summers, in this magnificent sanctuary, he wrote several of his famous books. The powerful and fresh mountain air inspired him.
One day, when he was walking to the village of Surlei, the idea of Eternal return occurred into his mind.
Eternal return is a hypothetical concept that poses that the universe has been recurring, and will continue to recur, in a self-similar form for an infinite number of times across infinite time or space.
Winter 2016. Electronic music composer Owann makes a musical journey to Sils-Maria. From the summit of Muottas Muragl, he looks down on the frozen white forrest, all the way down to the lake of Silvaplana.
Owann, aka Johan De Paepe, discovered his passion to electronic music during the golden ages of Klaus Schulze, Tangerine Dream, Kraftwerk, Vangelis and Jean-Michel Jarre. As musician Owann has been producing music since 2011. He´s also passionate about photography, mountaineering, traveling, biking and cycling. The diversity of his music is to be found trough his personal influences. His music can be described as smooth floating ambient scapes with influences from motion picture woven with nice melodic parts and nicely balanced out with sequencers.
'Eternal Return' marks the debut for Wool-E Discs after the self-released cd 'Particles' in 2015
'Eternal Return' is also Chapter 2 in an ongoing series called Belgian NeuMusik, dedicated to all future Belgian instrumental ambient electronic music & soundscapes.
- 1. Return To Sils-Maria
- 2. Frozen
- 3. White Forest
- 4. Silvaplana
- 5. Muottas Muragl
- 6. Eternal Return
- 7. Walking To Surlei
- 8. Memories