Bartók's Crisis is the first album of ECLIPSE SOL-AIR and was recorded in 2011.
Béla Bartók's aim was to collect old Hungarian melodies and to transfer them into a new classical sound. Eclipse Sol-Air did
almost the same on this album. Collecting ancient folk songs from all over Europe, the melodies have been arranged in a new context of symphonic art-rock. The story is about a professor who has
invented the bomb that can destroy the
whole world. He has the power to do it. Is humanity to survive or not?
The album cover was painted by artist Anna Kotarska, who died in a tragic accident at the age of 27. The product includes a double vinyl including an audio CD with all tracks.
Schizophilia is the second album of the band and was recorded in 2013 by Frank Bornemann, the head of the German krautrock band Eloy.
Schizophilia is about the eternal circle of life. It starts with being a child, and it ends with the child. For isn’t it always the children who know about the meaning of life? Don't we lose our senses, trying to experience the world? Like a little symphony of life, the melodies of the flute and the piano reverberate throughout the album in eternal harmony.
The album cover was painted by artist Josephina Schundau and is availible on audio CD.