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Spring

This piece takes one on a journey from the sweet peace of home to different worlds then back again! It contains a lingering, loving quality this time! It begins at sunrise, awakening! It throws in sweet trills to stir the spine! Then, the minor chord alterations send us into the mystery of the next movement! There is drama in the punctuating key notes at the end! Finally we settle back down to the beautiful beginning!

Tema della foresta

The swift piano melody ushers a meditative feel for the track. It feels introspective and beautiful all at once. Above all, the sound is authentic and inimitable. The lack of lyrics creates an ample space for an imaginative composition along the lines of classical music. The simplicity is uplifting.

Tema della foresta

As this track starts out, I really like the soothing sentimental tune of the delicate piano music. It makes for a fine beginning that stands out purely with clarity, and it sounds very calming on the mind and ears in its balanced volume. I like how it is a bit melancholy in the tune. I would listen to it again.

Spring

The piano background is absolutely amazing: it conveys this feeling and emotion that I couldn't quite explain.. (but it is very good). The part beginning at 2:20 is my favorite part of all. The only thing I would recommend is maybe add a bit classical instruments... ex violin.

 

Spring

The Beginning of this song is very classy and fancy. No one singing in this song and that is ok cause it is a solo instrument song. The piano is so beautiful and this person is playing perfect. This is a song that i would listen to while im doing school or reading a book. this is an amazing song great work.

 

Tema della foresta

This was a hauntingly beautiful piano! The chords are gorgeous! The minor, off track notes gives the chills! The movement is rolling and undulating like the piano breathes along with this expression! It demonstrates reflective pauses! I want a Martini and a cigarette! The composition then moves into an uplifting clarity followed by a calming reconciliation of emotion! Need a singer?

This is the quintessential neoclassical track, with thoughtful and evocative piano lines. It feels like it could be played as the promising and hopeful tune before a wedding. There’s a feeling in the notation that feels, to borrow a term from another sense, a bit “fragrant” with the sweetness of flowers. It’s beautiful.

From the blog: EarToTheGroundMusic


I listened to it from start to finish. I think his work is quite strong and I truly liked it and enjoyed listening to it. His overall style and tone is consistent and identifiable. Fabio has a specific voice and perspective. Really nice! There were a few passages that reminded me of the piano music of Nobuo Uematsu, the Final Fantasy series. The recording itself is very clean and clear.
He has a wonderful talent!

From: Tom Spruill (7notemode)

 

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