Album download leak

SITE: getleaks
REPORTED BY: getmetal



The German-born British composer Max Richter has announced his latest endeavor—one of the longest single pieces in the history of classical music. Richter describes it as "an eight-hour lullaby" that's appropriately titled SLEEP. Watch a teaser below.

The full eight-hour version will be available digitally on September 4 via Deutsche Grammophon. A one-hour adaptation of the piece, from SLEEP, will be released on CD, vinyl, and digitally the same day. “You could say that the short one is meant to be listened to and the long one is meant to be heard while sleeping,” said Richter in a statement.

It's appropriate, then, that the full eight-hour piece will be premiered to an audience lying in beds. The world premiere happens in Berlin this September at a concert that will go from midnight to 8 a.m. The audience will be given beds instead of seats. That's right: It's a classical music slumber party.

Submitted By

Track list:



Submitted By

Max Richter - Sleep (Teaser)

Submitted By

Short film about the album by Yulia Mahr

Submitted By

Dream 13 (minus even)

Submitted By

Track list (MAX RICHTER from SLEEP (one hour version)):


01 – Dream 3 (in the midst of my life)
02 – Path 5 (delta)
03 – Space 11 (invisible pages over)
04 – Dream 13 (minus even)
05 – Space 21 (petrichor)
06 – Path 19 (yet frailest)
07 – Dream 8 (late and soon)



Download & Stream

  • Album download leak: See leak report at the top of the page.
  • Album stream: There is no official stream reported.
  • Album pre-order: No pre-order link added.

Leave a reply »

  • @hilary Level 3
    July 8, 2015 at 4:31 pm

    Holy shit, eight hours. Max expects a lot from me.


    • July 12, 2015 at 11:43 pm

      It’s meant to be listened while sleeping. There will be live performances of these pieces, while people sleep. Judging by your uninformed comment, Max expects nothing at all from you, but if you’re curious, there’s also a one hour piece for day listening. Watch the short film above to get an idea about this project.


      • @mojib Level S
        September 4, 2015 at 1:06 am

        I still see @hilary‘s point, 8 hours is a lot @zerosixtyseven
        However you decide to listen to the work.

        Really looking forward to hearing this and I’m so glad it was added to the site. Diverse crowd we got here. Shout out to @jimmymcn
        I kind of get Nils Frahm and Gonzales, but this addition surprised me.


Leave a Response

Warning: If your comment includes an album download link or to an illegal download site, you will be banned!

Skip to toolbar