Eloy Fritsch

Behind the Walls of Imagination

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If his first Dreams release took four years to be composed, this second one took only one year. And on this CD there are less references to several electronic music schools; his efforts are concentrated on a symphonic, progressive style (e.g., "Behind the Walls of Imagination" and "Flying Over the Rainbow"). This last one is also considered one of the best compositions already arranged and composed by him. This CD, compared with Dreams, has a more free style where the emotions flow with more intensity. Fritsch also didn't forget the piano, which appears brilliantly on the tracks "Centaur" and "The Fortress of Solitude."

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