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The Dear Hunter


Crossover Prog

4.10 | 371 ratings

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5 stars Beautiful. Act IV has everything they had its predecessors, but not only that. Crescenzo has had the courage and the intelligence to stop after three chapters. How many others would have done it in his place? He explored its color palette and worked on his skills as an arranger with a real orchestra. He also found the time to produce an album of songs, Migrant. Just songs. Demonstrating how it's possible producing intelligent and profound music without necessarily wanting to be complicated. And now, after six years, the result is this wonderful and passionate work. Casey is currently one of the best creators of melodies on the scene, perhaps the best, and he is so young. Waves, Remembered, A night in town, Is There Anybody Here are my favorite moments of the chapter but there's not a single fragment of music in the entire opera that is not able to capture your attention and your emotions. Beautiful, again.
asbottino | 5/5 |


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