Maestro Eden | The Interconnectedness of All Things

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The Interconnectedness of All Things

by Maestro Eden

By turn delicate, epic and inspirational, this gorgeous collection of mainly instrumental pieces takes elements of orchestral, electronic, world and rock music to create a breathtakingly beautiful album.
Genre: Electronic: Virtual Orchestra
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1. The Majesty of the African Sunrise
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2. Peace Be Upon Him
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3. The Walk to the Paradise Garden
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4. The Gunslinger
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5. The Slow Realization That You're Falling in Love
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6. Song of Love
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7. Nights Under the Summer Stars
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8. Steal Away
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9. The Interconnectedness of All Things
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Maestro Eden is a composer and multi-instrumentalist based among rolling countryside in the North West of England. Born in 1964, he completed his musical education at Bretton Hall, Yorkshire, in 1986 where he studied electro-acoustic composition under Phil Ellis.

Under his given name, Carl Eden, he has worked extensively as a media composer writing and recording music for clients as diverse as the BBC and the Allied Dance Association. From the early 80s he worked as a keyboard player on the club circuit and, in 1994, co-founded the band Big Science which eventually split up in 2000.

The Interconnectedness Of All Things is a collection of instrumental pieces with a smattering of Asian vocals which evokes a longing for times past along with a sense of spirituality and worldliness. Perfect music for unwinding and recharging.


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