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Jesús Fernández

My violin, in this song from the minimalist composer 'Bosques de mi mente'.

June 24, 2013 at 9:38 AM

This is my first "pseudoprofesional" work with the violin, I hope you enjoy.

The composer says about: “Sobre el olvido” (About the oblivion) is the ninth album and the OST for a theatre play called “Allí”, by Producciones Bernardas, to be premiered in Madrid the 4th of July, 2013. “Sobre el Olvido”, like “Toy Trains”, uses trains as a metaphoric framework from which the album concept develops but, unlike it, the theme is not the childhood and innocence from a melancholic point of view, but a more mature vision on solitude, oblivion and abandon on modern society. “Sobre el olvido” tries to raise an open question on how we see the world today, and how the world as influenced the way we see it. I would like to thank Aldara, Jesús and Fabian for their inspiration, work and support for this release."


From Stephy Sunny
Posted on June 27, 2013 at 11:13 PM
I have been listening nonstop. It is very beautiful!

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