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- The Blue Notebooks is the second album by British producer and composer Max Richter, released on 26 February 2004. On 2018, a two-disc version of The Blue Notebooks was reissued by Deutsche Grammophon to commemorate its fifteenth anniversary. It includes remixes by other artists, re-recordings, and two alternate arrangements of "On the Nature of Daylight".
- Richter composed The Blue Notebooks in the run-up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq. He has described it as "a protest album about Iraq, a meditation on violence – both the violence that I had personally experienced around me as a child and the violence of war, at the utter futility of so much armed conflict." The album was recorded about a week after mass protests against the war.
- The album features readings from Franz Kafka's The Blue Octavo Notebooks and Czesław Miłosz's Hymn of the Pearl and Unattainable Earth. Both readings are by the British actress Tilda Swinton, Known for movies like "Caravaggio" (1986) and "Io Sonno Il Amore" (2008).
- Its was feautured as one of the best academic music works of the XXI century for the british newspaper The Guardian in 2019
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