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Pierrot Lunaire


Prog Folk

3.76 | 105 ratings

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5 stars The band took their name from the famous classical composition by Arnold Schoenberg, who is known for his avant- garde approach to classical music incorporating atonality and developed the twelve-tone technique. Gudrun Pierrot Lunaire's - album sits as a wedge between several familiar styles without really conforming to the standards of any of them. Pierrot Lunaire surely belongs to Italy's most experimental and original prog bands. A lot of brilliant passages, and sometimes it reminds me a lot of Opus Avantra. Stylistically the album is a pretty complex one and they've succeeded with the compositions. Wonderful avant-prog featuring acoustic instruments like the piano, organ, electric & acoustic guitar, mandoline, tambourine, violin? A must for lovers of truly progressive music!
nikitasv777 | 5/5 |


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