Andrea Remondini | Non Sequitur

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Non Sequitur

by Andrea Remondini

A modern symphony
Genre: Classical: Virtual Orchestra
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1. Non Sequitur
44:13 album only
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Album Notes
"Non Sequitur" stands somewhere in between classical music, pop music and electronica.
Synthetic but organic. May contain traces of early 70s' prog rock.

"the sound is part electronic, part classical and part jazz at the same time. This is perhaps what makes Non Sequitur one of the most complex and intricate albums to emerge in some time. Remondini is able to merge the sounds to ingeniously create and craft an album that is full of many moods but maintains the same theme - one of inspired excellence." -- Kyle Jarmon,

"Remondini links together these disparate styles in a compelling and sensible format. [...] Each of the elements - synths, percussion, and bass elements - are as clear as crystal, while still having a warm and inviting style." -- James McQuiston, NeuFutur Magazine

"Remondini's music is eclectic and soothing, with an electronic sound that is different than any other. Something definitely worth listening to if you are in search for something different and unique."
-- Amanda Cowan,

"Non Sequitur is full of imaginative soundscapes that allow each listener to interpret their own meaning to the music and how it relates to the bigger universal picture." -- Laurie Fanelli, Veggie Fans

"always hits the gas pedal at the most opportune moments" -- Liam Allen,

"The more you listen to it, the more you can really appreciate the beautiful, intelligent music and how the variety seems to complement itself." -- Karen Hill, Just Relax Magazine



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