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Chromatic Freedom

by Dialeto

Bela Bartók meets Jimi Hendrix and King Crimson and goes wild
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Enigma 5
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2. We Got it All
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3. Dialeto
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4. Está no Ar
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5. As Pedras Voam
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6. This is the World
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7. Chromatic Freedom
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8. Eu me Lembro
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9. Falsa Valsa
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10. Rainha Perversa
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11. Train of Destruction
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12. Divided by Zero
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Album Notes
With their new album, Chromatic Freedom, the band explore the twelve note scale, known as chromatic scale, in the realm of modal music, developing freeform melodies and improvisation, driven only by expressiveness and emotion.
This concept, derived from Béla Bartók's music and adapted to rock instrumentation, can be heard in songs such as "Chromatic Freedom", "Dialeto". "We Got it All", "Está no Ar", "Falsa Valsa", "Train of Destruction" and "Divided by Zero".
The album has 6 instrumental songs, 3 songs sung in english and 3 in portuguese.


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Brilliant collection of well crafted Rock songs

Diane and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team
The excellent Rock CD, “Chromatic Freedom,” by the talented group Dialeto, breathes new life into the world of musical styles and genres. Their free form melodies are created by using the chromatic scale which generates expressive originality to each track. This album has a terrific variety of music as some songs are instrumentals and others have great vocals. The song, “Dialeto,” has a cutting edge tonality and gets you rocking to the mellow mood it forms. The title track, “Chromatic Freedom,” produces an interesting vibe as the slithery guitar licks entices with a gritty, modern edge. Taking to a more upbeat tempo, the song, “Rainha Perversa,” hooks you in with its smooth and powerful beat as the electrifying guitar contours the catchy melody into an impressive song. Discover the musical talents of Dialeto and their fabulous album, “Chromatic Freedom,” as you won’t be disappointed by the brilliant collection of well crafted Rock songs they have created.