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Bertrand Loreau is a French synthesist who has been releasing Berlin School albums since the early 80's, first as a duo with Lionel Palierme in Krill before going separate ways. Bertrand has had a productive solo career, his first big break was gettng signed to the French Prog label Musea, with whom he released his first CD in 1992 and followed with five more albums and a compilation CD. Mr. Loreau is still releasing albums to this day, his most recent release is From Past To Past, 2015.

Bertrand has also been a part of several music associations, and has also helped in the creation of two electronic music festivals in Nantes, France, 1984 and 1986.

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Spheric 2017
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In Search of SilenceIn Search of Silence
Spheric 2016
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Jerichoacoara by Bertrand LoreauJerichoacoara by Bertrand Loreau
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Pri???re by Bertrand LoreauPri???re by Bertrand Loreau
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Spiral Lights by Bertrand LoreauSpiral Lights by Bertrand Loreau
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Reminiscences by Bertrand LoreauReminiscences by Bertrand Loreau
Journey Through the Past By Bertrand Loreau (2012-08-31)Journey Through the Past By Bertrand Loreau (2012-08-31)
From Past to PastFrom Past to Past
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Le Pays Blanc
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Sur Le Chemin...
2.50 | 2 ratings
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Passé Composé
2.50 | 2 ratings
D'Une Rive A L'Autre
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Spiral Lights
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Amarres Rompues
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From Past To Past

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Bertrand Loreau Progressive Electronic

Review by Windhawk
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3 stars Bertrand LOREAU is a French composer and musician, who's been an active recording artist since the early '90s. He was trained in classical piano as a child in the '60s, but during the '70s he got more and more intrigued by keyboards in general and the early electronic synthesizers in particular. After attending a Klaus Schulze concert in 1977, an artist he's still a great fan of, he decided to venture out himself some day to create music in a similar vein. When he and Musea Records discovered each other in 1992 he was given the opportunity to do just that, and his most recent effort "Reminiscences" is his seventh full-length release to be issued on the Musea Records sublabel Dreaming.

While the contents of this compilation of Loreau's oldest material may not be regarded as cutting edge electronic music by the standards of the time when they were made, those intrigued by meditative, new age tinged music of the electronic variety should find "Reminiscences" to be a nice addition to their collection. And those who truly enjoy the sound of vintage electronic instruments will probably have added this effort to their list of future purchases prior to reaching this conclusion.

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