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Hans-Joachim Roedelius - Momenti Felici FLAC Album


2Im Frühtau4:35
3Pas De Deux6:44
4Anima Mundi3:39
5Über Den Wolken7:07
6Guten Morgen4:41
7Leicht Zu Fuß4:17
8Am Weiber3:41


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CDVE 4Hans-Joachim Roedelius Momenti Felici ‎(CD, Album)VentureCDVE 4Europe1987
VE 4Hans-Joachim Roedelius Momenti Felici ‎(LP, Album)Venture, VirginVE 4Greece1987
208 532Hans-Joachim Roedelius Momenti Felici ‎(LP, Album)Venture, Virgin208 532Europe1987
7 90652-4 SRHans-Joachim Roedelius Momenti Felici ‎(Cass, Album)Venture7 90652-4 SRUS1987
VE 4Hans-Joachim Roedelius Momenti Felici ‎(LP, Album)VentureVE 4UK1987


  • ArtworkMekon
  • DesignIcon
  • Liner NotesAsmus Tietchens
  • Mastered By [Digitally]Jack Adams
  • Mixed By, Mastered ByEric Spitzer-Marlyn
  • Music By, Performer, Recorded By, Producer, Photography ByRoedelius
  • Saxophone, Written-By [Co-writer]A. Czjzek (tracks: A3, B3, B5)


Recorded at home and at A.Czjzek`s studio in Vienna
Mixed and mastered at "The Hit Box Studio", Vienna
Digitally mastered at Tape One Studios, London

180g vinyl reissue


  • Barcode: 4047179533812


  • Recorded At – Roedelius Heimstudio
  • Recorded At – Czjzek Heimstudio
  • Mixed At – The Hitbox
  • Mastered At – The Hitbox
  • Mastered At – Tape One


Hans-Joachim Roedelius - Momenti Felici FLAC Album
Hans-Joachim Roedelius
Momenti Felici
FLAC size:
1069 mb
MP3 size:
2745 mb
WMA size:
1590 mb
06 May 2011
Bureau B
Experimental, Ambient
Catalog №:
from press release:

Since the early eighties, Roedelius had more or less dispensed with electronics, focussing increasingly on the grand piano. He also collaborated with various combinations of musicians to create a new kind of music, vastly different to Cluster and Harmonia aesthetics. For Roedelius, it was not only a period of reorientation in musical terms, but also geographically: Austria was now his home. “Tu felix Austria” (Oh, happy Austria), a time-honoured Austrian campaign slogan, became his very own motto in no time at all. The pleasure he derived from playing the piano and meeting muscians on the same wavelength did the rest: an enthusiastic Roedelius allowed new impressions and discoveries to flow virtually unfiltered into his music. “Momenti Felici” is one of the finest examples hereof. With characteristically exuberant inventiveness, Roedelius tickles the ivories lightheartedly, or, entering into more pensive mood, seems to caress the keys. With saxophonist Alexander Czjzek duetting on some of the pieces, Roedelius shuffles a pack of disciplined compositions and carefree improvisations. In this respect, “Momenti Felici” most closely resembles “Jardin au fou”. On closer listening, however, the length in time between the two albums can be discerned. Roedelius honed both his compositional and, more than anything, his playing skills in the lengthy period inbetween.

Naturally, “Momenti Felici” saw Roedelius distance himself further still from the electronic scene. The signs had been there on his preceding albums and this release simply removed any last vestige of doubt. Roedelius had, in any case, long since found a new audience, who continue to follow him avidly today. With the passage of time, many of his companions from earlier days have come to realize that a beautiful melody and rich piano chord can be just as pleasing to the ear as pure tones and rhythm machines.
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