Rigoberto Rodriguez | Red Fields of None

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Red Fields of None

by Rigoberto Rodriguez

From the Mohaine Desert, to the ancient forests of Mid World, to Thunderclap at End-World, to the Red Fields of None and the Dark Tower. Orchestral music inspired by the great work of Stephen King, "The Dark Tower."
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Gunslinger
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2. R.F.
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3. David
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4. Lady of Shadows
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5. The Rose
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6. Shardik / Guardians
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7. Black Thirteen
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8. The Coming of the Wolves
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9. Red Fields of None
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album was in the works for a LONG time (probably about as long a time as Roland has been on his quest), but I'm happy that it's finally out there in the world.

I was 15 years old when I first picked up a copy of The Gunslinger. At that time, only the first two books of the series had been published, so I had to wait years for each new volume. While waiting, I re-read the previous books, immersing myself in Roland's world. Even before I had become interested in writing music, I think I always knew the musical language that, to me, would complement Roland's adventures. This album is an attempt to capture some of that musical language (yes, some of it... I think there are still a lot of musical themes to be written).

Thank you for listening, and I hope these musical works inspire you to rejoin Roland's ka-tet for another trip to the Dark Tower--or to start your voyage for the first time.

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