Borja Ruiz | Bajo El Reino De La Luna: Under the Kingdom of the Moon, Pt. 1 (Excerpt)

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Bajo El Reino De La Luna: Under the Kingdom of the Moon, Pt. 1 (Excerpt)

by Borja Ruiz

Borja Ruiz is a multi-istrumentalist musician. His principal points of reference are: Celtic Music, Progressive Rock, World Music, Classical Music and New Age. He has played more than 25 instruments on his composition "Bajo el Reino de la Luna".
Genre: New Age: Celtic New Age
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He is presenting his new work called “Bajo el Reino de la Luna”, (Under the Kingdom of the Moon), a composition of 40 minutes divided in two parts, more than twenty-five instruments are played by Borja Ruiz, (electric and acoustic violin, electric, acoustic and spanish guitars, electric mandolin, bass guitar, whistles, flutes, galician bagpipe, grand piano, analogical synthesizers, vibráphone, glokenspiel, marimba, darbuka, djembes, snare drum, orchestral bass-drum, toms, cymbals, zen gong,…).

"Bajo el Reino de la Luna " it is a symphony inspired by natural environments, (cliffs, forests, rivers and mountains), that have accompanied him for many years. It is formed by instrumental passages that have a great variety of melodies, densities, and with a predominantly celtic sonority.


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