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BOOK OF HOURS

Willowglass

 

Symphonic Prog

3.85 | 75 ratings

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sinslice
4 stars I could conjure up a good variety of influences to describe this album, and the idea of ​​ Marshall's music in general. But other commentators have done very well, before me.

In parts, flutes, acoustic and classical guitars, give it a unique baroque and medieval touch. In other sections mellotrons and keyboards adjusted and accurate proliferate. All very neatly executed, and without fanfare. Changes and variations without abruptness, pristine production.

Controlled role of electric guitars and keyboards. Completely instrumental, well supported by the warm drums performed by Brightman.

The five pieces are of similar beauty, simple and cozy. Only vary in length, but not in quality.

4- stars.

sinslice | 4/5 |

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