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Dreams of the Maiden

by Horizons

Instrumental moods, a journey around the world, soundscapes, New-age fusion with some world instrumentations, electronic sequences with melodical atmospheres that goes through space, chillout with even some Jazz harmonies addings.
Genre: New Age: Progressive Electronic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ballad for the Soul
4:23 $0.69
2. Dreams of the Maiden
3:58 album only
3. Oriental Mood
5:16 $0.69
4. World Motion (feat. Marco Caldi)
5:47 $0.69
5. Smooth Ambience
5:32 $0.69
6. Sounds from the Eighties
4:58 $0.69
7. Supernova Aquatic
2:46 $0.29
8. Spring Movement
14:25 album only
9. The Deep (feat. Doomé)
3:20 $0.49
10. Fantasy on Five
15:13 $0.99
11. Summer Lounge
4:28 $0.69
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Album Notes
This CD is dedicated to all serious listeners or friends that will be able to recognize me in the process, It was not made quickly in the mood of the moment like some improvisations.
The Album is the gathering of some long years of work, compositions and arrangement, some made again or further modified after time maturation.
It is just a choice of inspiration I got through 15 years. These are soundscapes ideas I left more or less seriously in memory after a long time left.
I didn't produced it before because maybe of my own self-critical and perfectionnism attitude.
These instrumentals made mainly with keyboards , Synthesizers or software synth for the latest recordings, but you can also here some percussions and drums on some, and even an accustic flûte.
This music wants to look free even if it's not always the case and sometimes can even look incomplete, but the space so given, for the listeners, to imagine themselves what they would hear missing or addings, just a kind of sharing if other listeners would have the heart to participate.
I would be honored if even other artists would participed to my also evolved starters. Thanks in advance to all for the interest you could reflect listening to this music, from a human being like you.



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