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VELHA GRAVURA

Quaterna Requiem (Wiermann & Vogel)

 

Symphonic Prog

3.88 | 46 ratings

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loserboy
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4 stars Magestically rich instrumental symphonic prog with some simply killer violin performances. Instrumentally QUATERNA REQUIEM sound much more 70's than 90's to be honest with a very warm analog delivery. "Velha Gravura" is a very dramatic yet wonderfully intense piece of music which carries a highly classical vein throughout. Much of the song writing is actually quite romantic and at times reminds me of some of Italy's more 70's symphonic masters. Songs have been carefully crafted and offer some simply amazing and highly delicate progressive passages. Instrumentation consists of guitars (much acoustic), drums and percussion, piano, synths, violin and bass guitars. This is an essential recording which I recommend everyone who reads this get their hands on a copy.

loserboy | 4/5 |

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