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A Sequence of Notes That Drift

Straight outta Modena, Italy

Marco Lucchi’s “Angel” is a synthesized slice of the ethereal. It is less a song than it is a sequence of notes that drift, occasionally hanging in midair before another sequence arrives. Sometimes that subsequent sequence emerges from a held note. Other times it occurs more suddenly, like a swift wind brought it into place. The instrumentation is broadly defined as synthesizer and mellotron. The effect is that of a distant organ and a tight string section.

Track originally posted at More from Lucchi, who is based in Modena, Italy, at and

By Marc Weidenbaum

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  1. Marco Lucchi
    [ Posted July 16, 2020, at 6:43 pm ]

    grazie mille !!

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