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ARS PRO VITA

Symphonic Prog • Brazil


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ARS PRO VITA is two brothers from Porto Alegre, Brazil. The two has been exposed to many styles of music styles. The ideas behind their music reflect their views on life, human nature at its idiosyncrasies. The story of their album "Minor" is about affection, fear, suffering and the quest for men to escape from slavery. Luis FERNANDO VENEGAS began to write poems on humanitarian themes which turns to lyrics. Paulo Jose his brother joined him by composing themes with his guitar. The band uses complex chord progressions using common and odd rhythmic patterns and unusual harmonies. The band also uses musical instruments from various countries adding some world music sound to their symphonic style. The influences of the music go from GENESIS, to SIMON SAYS and world music.

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4.33 | 3 ratings
Minor
2017

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