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1914 [Part 1-4] - The 1900s started, somehow, with the year 1914 when the 1800s definitely ended with the start of WW1, which undoubtedly changed everything for good. This is mainly an instrumental track in four parts trying to illustrate the atmosphere of the time. Beginning with the “knocks of fate” on New Year’s Day, it takes us through the “happy days” of the first half of the year and the “adventure of war” of the second half, to the notorious but silenced “Christmas Eve” at the West front trenches.


"1914" [Part 1-4]

music and lyrics (spoken): Armand Gutheim

A new year is awaiting for us outside the door
with new times much happier than ever before

Yet another year, with the excuse for a new better score
and the hope to bring the drifting ship back ashore

But in our New Year’s resolution, hides also a true disaster
where peace and understanding are blown up by an evil blaster

A simple struggle for power where nobody can be the master
while fate is only knocking harder and faster


Also: “Silent night” (in German, English and French)



from The Lost Memorial of the 1900s​.​.​., released December 15, 2018
Music, lyrics, concept, design, recording: Armand Gutheim.
Mixing: Armand Gutheim, Simon Mårtensson.
Mastering: Simon Mårtensson.
Recorded, mixed and mastered at Mother Earth Studio, Stockholm, Sweden.
Produced by Armand Gutheim, Mother Earth Artists.
Musicians: Armand Gutheim, Hans Müller, Simon Mårtensson, Yvan Auzely, Charlotte Assarsson, Sven-Olov Persson, Niklas Rundquist and the Nynäshamn Chamber Choir conducted by Karl Nicklas Gustavsson.


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Armand Gutheim Stockholm, Sweden

Armand Gutheim was born in 1960 and has since the age of 8 been active as an artist, composer, director and choreographer, as well as lyricist, librettist, photographer, painter and producer. In his multifaceted productions, Armand Gutheim often expresses much empathy and involvement in the great human issues, but always letting the art speak for itself, not seldom with a glimpse in the eye. ... more

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