Max Richter's Sleep (2019)

  • 1h 39m
  • Natalie Johns

Hvordan lyder musik, når den høres i søvne? Oplev den geniale komponist i aktion under arbejdet med sit monumentale mesterværk ‘Sleep’.

Den tysk-britiske komponist Max Richter har med piano, strygere, diskrete elektroniske elementer og sopran vokal skabt en monumental otte timers musikalsk undersøgelse af den universelle oplevelse af den sårbare tilstand, der forener os alle: søvnen. Hvordan manifesterer musikken sig underbevidst i lytterens sovende sind? Et intimt portræt af en af de mest indflydelsesrige figurer på den moderne musikscene, der med talrige opførelser af sit kolossale mesterværk har forenet tusindvis af mennesker, slumrende i senge side om side under Los Angeles åbne nattehimmel, i katedraler og verdens største koncerthuse.

What does music sound like, when we hear it in our sleep? Experience the brilliant composer in action during his work with the monumental masterpiece ‘Sleep’.

The German-British composer Max Richter has assembled a piano, strings, discrete electronic elements and soprano vocals to create a monumental eight-hour musical exploration of the universal experience of a vulnerable state that unites us all: sleep. How does music manifest itself subconsciously in the listener’s sleeping mind? An intimate portrait of one of the most influential figures of the modern music scene, who with numerous performances of his colossal masterpiece has brought together thousands of people, who lay asleep side by side under the night skies of Los Angeles, in cathedrals and in the world’s largest concert halls.

Director

Natalie Johns

Producer

Julia Jakobek

Producer

Julia Mahr

Producer

Stefan Demetriou

Producer

Oualid Mouaness

Bonus Content

1 mins
Max Richter's Sleep (Introduktion)

Introduktion til filmen ‘Max Richter’s Sleep’ af Max Richter.