Lars Boutrup´s Music For Keyboards | The Symphonic Dream

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The Symphonic Dream

by Lars Boutrup´s Music For Keyboards

Instrumental music with keyboards, synthesizers, organ, drums and much more.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. June
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2. Secrets Behind the Curtain
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3. The Symphonic Dream
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4. Space Peace
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5. Thanks For Everything
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6. A Song For John
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7. Eddy Will Not Be Ready
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8. The Black Event
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Album Notes
“The Symphonic Dream“ contains 8 new instrumental compositions written by Lars Boutrup, in the style of classic prog rock and piano moods and crazy rock themes along with beautiful keyboard work mixed in a great texture.
Personal: “The Symphonic Dream”
On his first solo effort “Music for Keyboards“, it was Lars Boutrup playing it all, together with Fredrik Sunesen on the drums. On the new album “The Symphonic Dream” Lars has added 2 guest musicians. They are both bass players; Andreas S. Jensen best known from A Wonderful Garden and the London based electro duo Funktuary and Niels W. Knudsen from the danish experimental progressive metal band Xcentrik.Once again Fredrik Sunesen adds his great drumming and performance to “The Symphonic Dream”.


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