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PERCORSI

Plurima Mundi

Rock Progressivo Italiano


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4 stars Italian band PLURIMA MUNDI first appeared some eight years ago when they released their initial EP "Atto I". In the years that have passed it would appear that the band have been through some changes, seeing that half of the band has been replaced since then. "Percorsi" is their full length debut album, and was self released in the spring of 2017.

How much to say about an album and the music of a band will always be a key issue for any writer. In this case the key aspects of this album are fairy easy to identify however, despite this production being rather expressive. Vintage era progressive rock is the name of this particular game, in this case art rock with a liberal amount of impulses from classical music in particular and quite a few from jazz as well. Explored within a progressive rock context, with the violin as the key and dominant instrument. An album to seek out for those who find such a description to be intriguing.

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Posted Tuesday, November 28, 2017 | Review Permalink

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