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Black Swan


In 8 Movements



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Ethereal Symphony




Modern Classical, Drone, Ambient



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1Black Swan: Where Art Thou, Angels? (Variation In F)4:55
2Part IV4:01
3Part VII3:24
4Part III2:16
5Part VIII11:03
6Part V2:54
7Part VI3:06
8Part I3:26
9Part II2:48


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ETHSYM-BS006CDBlack Swan In 8 Movements ‎(CDr, Album, Ltd, RM, Dig)Ethereal SymphonyETHSYM-BS006CDUS2013
ETHSYM-BS001CSBlack Swan In 8 Movements ‎(Cass, Ltd, Num)Ethereal SymphonyETHSYM-BS001CSUS2010
EXPLP016Black Swan In 8 Movements ‎(LP, Ltd)ExperimediaEXPLP016US2010
noneBlack Swan In 8 Movements ‎(10xFile, FLAC, Album, RM)Ethereal SymphonynoneUS2013


  • Arranged By, Recorded ByBlack Swan


"Drones for bleeding hearts."

Limited to 100 hand-numbered copies in cardboard sleeve, with "Thank You" paper sheet insert.

Tracks 9 and 10 are bonus tracks.

©2010 Ethereal Symphony / Black Swan

Includes 43 min. digital download


  • Copyright (c) – Black Swan Ethereal Symphony



band: black swan album: in 8 movements year: 2010 genre: dark ambientdroneexperimental. 2019 г. 01 part I 00:00 02 8 Movements 2010 by Black Swan, released 12 July 2010 1. Part I 2. Part II 3. Part III 4. Part IV 5. Part V 6. Part VI 7. It is easy to become comfortable in the soothing darkness, and when it seems like eternity has arrived, Black Swan pulls the plug. Nayt Keane -The Silent Ballet Full review at Drones for bleeding hearts. Arranged & Recorded by BLACK SWAN. Ethereal Symphony, 2010 . 10 tracks 43:50. Thursday 7 November 2019. Friday 8 November 2019. Saturday 9 November 2019. In 8 Movements is a music album by Black Swan released in 2010. In 8 Movements by Black Swan Year: 2010 Release date: 2010-07-12 Overall rank: 0th. Upcoming concerts. With In 8 Movements, Black Swan has created a consuming, emotional and nostalgic piece of art. In 8 Movements is the soundtrack to a time you never knew, but it makes you feel strangely connected to it as though youve lived and experienced this brief moment of history, but youve just forgotten it. It is this feeling that permeates you throughout the entire album. You are overwhelmed with the feeling of lost passions, forgotten memories, and connections with people that you never knew. It is strange to say of an album, that it makes you feel connected to strangers in a time in which you neve. In 8 Movements Black Swan. In 8 Movements. This album has an average beat per minute of 98 BPM slowestfastest tempos: 88108 BPM. Album starts at 88BPM, ends at 107BPM 19, with tempos within the 88-108BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing. Tracklist In 8 Movements. Black Swan is the fourth album by English rock band Athlete. released on 24 August 2009 it is their first release with Fiction Records. The album charted in the UK at number 18 on 30 August. The first single lifted from the album, Superhuman Touch, was released on 17 August 2009 while The Getaway is lifted as the first single in the US. Black Swan Song proceeded as the second single taken off the record and a UK release of The Getaway. It was also speculated and mentioned by the band that. Album 2010 10 Songs

Here is some information from the swanplague website (, re: various editions of this release:

STANDARD EDITION VINYL LP, 1 of 500 (this refers to the Experimedia release)

• Limited Edition Vinyl LP Set - 1 of 30, Hand Numbered, includes photograph card and 'Bleeding Hearts Alliance' membership

• Cassette - Limited Edition of 20

• 7" Reel - Limited Edition of 8

No label name or catalogue # information is given.
The line between brilliant and ordinary is not always obvious, but some audio documents are just too amazing to waffle over. Black Swan (In 8 Movements) is an ambient album, but it is unlike any I have had the pleasure of hearing.

Black Swan opens with a grandiose swooning of strings, backed by analog crackle and tape hiss. A tempered and drifting klaxon joins in, sounding like a call to freshly deceased spirits to come hither and proceed to the next phase. Black Swan makes the approach to the River Styx sound lovely. One can hear orchestral moments of salvation through a dark fog as well as the tortured screams of the souls of cursed violins. The entire work is colored with a romantic necromancy, standing still in time, neither positive or negative, and unequivocally gorgeous.

The mysterious artist behind the Black Swan project could have left this cohesive 33 minute drone symphony in one piece, but the eight intriguing movements are worth isolating. The divisions give the listener a stronger connection to the work by offering a map, like chapters in a book. The piece has such grace and perpetual energy that knowing when a track changes is unnecessary, but the subtle cinematics dictate the movements’ divisions. The music is comprised of delicate strings, plaintive piano, plenty of subtle, sonic debris, affected atmospherics, low end drones, and a constantly mutating emotional architecture.

This is a deep listening experience, one where the senses are heightened by the parade of deceased symphonies, much like sitting in a forest at night and being aware of all the layers of sound and life. It is difficult to discern whether certain orchestral moments caught in the wind are sampled or not, but at times there are parts that sound like a Disney score trapped in ice, or perhaps a chariot piloted by Debussy passing through a cloudscape high above. By “Part VII” the hypnosis has had plenty of time to take effect, and the music has encouraged the listener to let go and be led into the landscape of the afterlife. Baroque choral voices and organ are suddenly present, opening a massive door that leads deeper into the drone, closer to peace. The power of this drone is in the knowledge of being taken somewhere. This is no half-assed drift - this is walking a path along the arc of Black Swan’s exquisite narrative.

The anonymity of this New York-based artist has an effect on the listening experience. The music is given the right to exist on its own, as if it had always existed. It stakes its claim in the mind, making the listener a collaborator in a seductive narrative-noire that travels through a hall of horrors and memories, an escort to a final resting place. One might encounter spirit animals, forgotten lovers, faceless apparitions, leviathan rifts, or a cozy blanket of stars. It is easy to become comfortable in the soothing darkness, and when it seems like eternity has arrived, Black Swan pulls the plug.

-Nayt Keane/The Silent Ballet

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