Hans Ouwejan & Felix Faassen | Emoceans

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Emoceans

by Hans Ouwejan & Felix Faassen

An unique instrumental, classical, contemporary album. The listener should be free to decide the meaning of the music for themselves.
Genre: New Age: Ambient
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1. Overture (Lacus Somniorum) Felix Faassen
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2:07 $0.99
2. Lake of Dreams (Lacus Somniorum II) Hans Ouwejan
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3:56 $0.99
3. Sea of Showers (Mare Imbrium) Felix Faassen
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5:02 $0.99
4. Sea of Waves (Mare Undarum) Hans Ouwejan
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5. Ocean of Storms (Oceanus Procellarum) Felix Faassen
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5:18 $0.99
6. Sea of Clouds (Mare Nubium) Hans Ouwejan
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7. Lake of Hope (Lacus Spei) Felix Faassen
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8. Lake of Spring (Lacus Veris) Hans Ouwejan
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9. Sea of Serenity (Mare Serenitatis) Hans Ouwejan
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10. Serpent Sea (Mare Anguis) (feat. Hans Ouwejan; Cor de Boo; Branko Jonker) Felix Faassen
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11. Sea of the Edge (Mare Marginis) Hans Ouwejan
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
All of the songs on Emoceans are named after the "seas", "lakes" and "oceans" on the moon. Some of these names describe human feelings and emotions. This lead to the naming of the CD, emotions and oceans combined into one name: Emoceans. The relationship between the song and its name is for you, the listener, to determine. Mark "Fyren" Haidar, a fan, wrote about his feelings for this music in the following: "I can listen to any of your compositions and become immersed, thinking what I want and feeling what I want...I believe instrumental music is great in that aspect because it lets the listener decide what it's about. The composers meanings aren't forced on the listener with lyrics that don't fit their feelings or thoughts of the music."


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