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Pierrot Lunaire


Prog Folk

3.40 | 49 ratings

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4 stars Another hidden treasure: Pierrot Lunaire (self-titled debut). I don't know why, but I was attracted by this strange album cover. At the first track, Ouverture XV, this Italian prog folk open your eyes to an unexpected gem. The flute, the sitar, the mandolin, the string and acoustic sound is present almost every time at the album, this is very folk. Pierrot Lunaire sounds very far from the Italian Prog scene. The instrumentation is well done, and songs like Lady Ligeia increases the enjoyment of the album. Well, if you don't like the prog folk, you will find some hammond organ too. Good one.
VOTOMS | 4/5 |


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