Saw your word Bliss and that brought me to another old favorite of mine from Don Slipian's ''Sea of Bliss''
Awakening''. It starts very slowly and never gets into a groove mode but just kinda floats along with broad chords and modulations over playing a fast
flying set of synthetic arpeggios.
Oh yeah. I like that a lot. Very much like Tangerine Dream.
Back in the late 70s early 80s there was one radio show that did electronic synth music that I could find. It was called Music from the Hearts of
Space. It was on only one night a week late at night for only two or three hours. I would take my cassetes and record each program to listen to later.
I loved that ''sonic'' music but could find no other people my age who did.
All that ambient music, Eno, Stearns, Dueter. Now though I guess it is easily found for those who are interested.
Currently I have a new favorite. A classical composer, Mason Bates. He writes of all types of orchestration from small groups to large symphony stuff.
He is blending full orchestras with electronic music and I am finding it exuberant.
Here is one from a set about water.
If that interests you, you can follow it up with a number of related tracks on youtube
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