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Runtime: 17'27''

«'Viandanze Re-imagined' is a short EP based on four original piano pieces composed by italian musician Fabrizio Paterlini. March Rosetta a.k.a. Tom Carter - a well known british musician among the netlabels - has teamed up with Fabrizio and worked on top of the original pieces, adding some layers of guitar, bass, e-bow, drums, etc. until the original 'classical' pieces sounded more 'popular' and more atmospheric.

The first piece 'Forever Blue' is the only one voiced by Tom, who has proved himself a very interesting and talented singer, thanks to some previous works signed under the March Rosetta alias. Tom also wrote the lyrics to this song, which is based in a original piano composition by Fabrizio - like the others, called 'Profundo Blu' (taken from the album Viandanze, released by the italian composer and available here). Fabrizio and Tom are both responsible for the final production of this work. Enjoy.» - Pedro Leitão

Downloads:

01 • Forever Blue ............................................................................ pt us
  [5'54'' • 9,83Mb • VBR]
02 • Viandanze (re-imagined) ........................................................ pt us
  [4'24'' • 7,47Mb • VBR]
03 • Lontana (re-imagined) ........................................................... pt us
  [4'10'' • 7,10Mb • VBR]
04 • Veloma (re-imagined) ............................................................. pt us
[2'59'' • 2,59Mb • VBR]
  • artwork + lyrics ...................................................................... pt us
  [PDF-Zip • 4,06Mb]
  • all tracks + artwork + lyrics ................................................... pt us
  [Zip • 85,7Mb]

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©2007 AN-73
©2010 aeriola::behaviour
music:
©2009 Fabrizio Paterlini & March Rosetta
©2010 test tube


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