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Symphonic Prog

4.35 | 1848 ratings

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5 stars Magnificent. I just heard it for the first time, because it was an album that I had pending for a long time (my main territory is Spotify and this gem is not there). It has a sound as mature as it is precise that induces you gradually in the firmness of the record. It starts so perfectly that one cannot even refrain from being surprised. They already make it clear from the beginning what is to come. A kind of aggressive classical music (inexorably influenced by Bach) accompanied by short choirs with wind instruments that give it more than progressive connotation. I think this album deserves a concise review and written from the vision of a single song, because when listening to it I have felt that it was a work of an infinite caliber divided into 4 parts. I will keep this album in my memory to recommend it to those who start, because despite being an album with such complex compositions, it contains 4 pieces from another universe. Rarely was I so sure to give an album 5 stars.
Argentinfonico | 5/5 |


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