Oskar Schuster - Tristesse Télescopique
Oskar Schuster
Tristesse Télescopique

This album, "Tristesse Télescopique" by Oskar Schuster, released in 2015, was added to my music catalog in March 2017. "Tristesse Télescopique" is made in the genres of acoustic and minimalism. It is a solid and well-received album — rated 4 stars out of 5. "Tristesse Télescopique" is related to the region of Berlin, Germany; it belongs to the german and western-european cultural world zones. I marked 7 out of 10 tracks on this album as favorite, including "Myriam", "Bucharest" and others. For those looking for similar records, we can recommend you “Far Islands and Near Places” by Quentin Sirjacq, “Victoria” by Nils Frahm, “Music For Wobbling Music Versus Gravity” (F.S.Blumm & Nils Frahm) and “Klavirni” by Emika. Last track of this record that I listened to was "Bucharest" more than two weeks ago.

No. Title Length Played
1 Ioana    2:59 6
2 Märchen 3:10 0
3 Herzegovina 2:25 0
4 Damascus    2:59 2
5 Bucharest    3:27 3
6 Nîmes    2:40 2
7 Myriam    2:46 3
8 Ardennes    3:19 2
9 Matilda    3:26 2
10 Nachklang 2:19 0
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