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    Behind the Walls of Imagination

    Behind the Walls of Imagination is an album by composer Eloy Fritsch. It is a spiritually charged, powerful instrumental album that maintains a reverent sense of wonder throughout, sort of like the title implies. It can be considered a definitive crossover disc straddling cosmic new age, electronic, and progressive. The music is composed and arranged by Eloy Fritsch, who performed all synthesizers and percussion instruments. All is very melodic and emotive, with multi-layered instrumental textures/voicings and solid, coherent arrangements. Fritsch mixes fanfares and percussive lead lines to lend his dreamy melodies a rockier edge. The opening "Overture" is a romping symphonic workout, while "Quasar" and "Centaur" are decidedly in the electronic prog-rock category.
  2. Behind the Walls of Imagination is an album by composer Eloy Fritsch. It is a spiritually charged, powerful instrumental album that maintains a reverent sense of wonder throughout, sort of like the title implies. It can be considered a definitive crossover disc straddling cosmic new age, electronic, and progressive. The music is composed and arranged by Eloy Fritsch, who performed all synthesizers and percussion instruments. All is very melodic and emotive, with multi-layered instrumental textures/voicings and solid, coherent arrangements. Fritsch mixes fanfares and percussive lead lines to lend his dreamy melodies a rockier edge. The opening "Overture" is a romping symphonic workout, while "Quasar" and "Centaur" are decidedly in the electronic prog-rock category. View full album
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    Journey to the Future

    Synthesizer Music Album by Eloy Fritsch.
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    Topic: Journey to the Future

    Synthesizer Music Album by Eloy Fritsch. View full album
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    Exogenesis

    Exogenesis is a studio album by Brazilian composer and keyboard player Eloy Fritsch. The tenth Eloy Fritsch CD brings Exogenesis Suite in four movements inspired by the genesis of the universe. In addition to this suite the CD contains more eight individual tracks. Joining the symphonic and electronic, but without forgetting the ethnic instruments and the voices, the composer of new age music uses high technology in the service of emotions to create great compositions. The CD cover and blooket images were created by European artists specializing in science fiction illustrations Maciej Rebisz and Mirek Drozd and refer to the creation of the cosmos and the existence of other life forms.
  6. Structured for use in university courses, the autor explaining the hystory electronic music and discusses the emergence of the early synthesizers and the subsequent evolution of more advanced technologies like digital áudio and the birth and development of the MIDI protocol. The Book include topics such as sound spatialization, computer music, algorith composition with Max/Msp, experimental music, electroacoustic music and a acousmatic composition methoded. The book Música Eletrônica is written in Portuguese.
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    Spiritual Energy

    The album Spiritual Energy (2014) is a collection of tracks composed for film, TV and theater and offers instrumental music of seventies inspired keyboard symphonic/electronic progressive music and new age. The compositions are very melodic and emotive, with multi-layered instrumental textures/voicings.
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    Mythology

    Mythology is an album by electronic artist Eloy Fritsch. It is generally viewed as one of his stronger solo works. Fritsch plays a variety of synthesizers on the album. Featured in the inside photograph are a Modular Synthesizer System-700, Minimoog Synthesizer and electronic keyboards. Mythology deals with diverse myths of the world. So several cultures were visited, including those of Brazil, the Aztecs, the Incas, Assyria, Greek, Hindu, Egyptian, Nordic, Atlantis, the Romans, the Chinese, and so on. All electronic compositions on the album were based in his own interpretation of the characteristics of each mythological element chosen for this work.
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