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Simon Fisher Turner - The Great White Silence MP3 FLAC
Simon Fisher Turner
The Great White Silence
27 Jun 2011
Soleilmoon Recordings
SOL 176 CD
FLAC size:
1501 mb
MP3 size:
1440 mb
WMA size:
2939 mb


1The Great White Silence (Part 2)48:34
2The Great White Silence (Part 1)59:49


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BFIB1085Simon Fisher Turner The Great White Silence ‎(DVD-V, PAL + Blu-ray)British Film InstituteBFIB1085UK2011


  • Bass ClarinetSarah Scutt
  • Computer [Mac]SFT
  • Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes]SFT
  • Mixed ByJames Aparicio
  • Music BySFT
  • Percussion [Bones]David Coulter
  • Photography ByAllison Barden, Robert Hellwig, Robyn Waserman
  • PianoSFT
  • ProducerSFT
  • Recorded By [At St Lukes Studio, The Limehouse Studio And Eastcote Studio]James Aparicio
  • Recorded By [Sound Recordist - Scott’s “terra Nova” Hut Recording]Chris Watson
  • Recorded By [Strings - At Eastcote Studio]Phillip Bagnel
  • Saw [Musical]David Coulter
  • StringsThe Elysian Quartet
  • VocalsAlexander L'Estrange


Score also includes a remix of NETWORK by SFT
This remix is by RUPERT LALLY and Features THE ELYSIAN QUARTET

Silence recorded at The Limehouse Studio on the 11th minute @ the 11th hour, on the 11th of November 2010, and placed over the image of Scott’s tent and final resting place.

Chris Watson appears with kind permission of Touch.

Life Soundes recorded in Berlin, Tokyo, Porto and London.

Packaged in a printed vellum outer vertical slipcover, with each CD in its own removable vellum pocket, plus deluxe shiny metallic card booklet insert bound with thread.


  • Barcode: 753907787627


  • Published By – Mute Song


  • luisRED
4.5 up to 5 stars. A true great experience wit a lot of deep, minimalistic structures not to be missed for ambient fans.
  • Kuve
This is a highly minimalistic and very quiet ambient album, consisting of delicate ambiental soundscapes interspersed by sampled recordings of various nature (old radio and tape recordings, acoustic instruments, church bells, nature sounds etc).
'Part 1' is segmented into a large number of shorter sections, each offering a different and unique sound experience, however nothing feels out of place, it all interweaves to form one coherent experience. 'Part 2' starts out as "regular ambient" but eventually transforms into something quite different, something more like 'Part 1'.
The end result is something surreal and very unique, which is why I rate it so highly. I was impressed with the experience.
If you like the work of Chris Watson, B. J. Nilsen, Philip Jeck, Fennesz and such, you should check it out.