Johan Tronestam | The Island

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The Island

by Johan Tronestam

The music was inspired by my experiences on the island of Åland in the Baltic sea. The mysticism, movement and attractive nature - A musical interpretation. Ambient music with deep harmony and sequencer tunes.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. The Sea
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2. Calling My Heart
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3. Red Rocks
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4. Secrets in the Clouds
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5. The Harbor
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6. The Moon and the Sea
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7. Tales From the Past
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8. A Walk in the Sand
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9. Roots of Secrets
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How did it all start?

My father is a musician and there for we had alot of music instruments in my parental home. My father wanted me to become a violin player, but my favorite was the electric organ. So i guess it started there.

When I heard the reccord Oxygene with Jean Michel Jarre for the first time something happennd inside me. It was like open new doors for me and I knew that i had to have synthesizers. But synthesizers are very expensive things, especially for 20-25 years ago. The price of my favorite synth Korg Trident in 1982 wad 28,000 Swedish kr/ 3,066 €. I was a student and I didn't have that money :) so the music store became my other home. But I remember when I finally could afford it, and when I had the equipment at home - I was so lucky :)
I have earlier played keyboard in various constallations. But I am now working on solo projects.


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