26 Songs, 1 Hour, 2 Minutes

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Ratings and Reviews

5 out of 5

26 Ratings

26 Ratings

Modern Classical Music at its Finest

MDellaPenna_1981

I fell in love with "Architect of the Mind" and "Bernini's Angels" from the song previews, then ended up buying the full album download. Then I went to the first "Trailer Music" album and bought that one. Before I knew it, I had downloaded 9 of this composer's CDs - and there's not a bad song in the bunch. If you're a fan of film scores and modern classical music with a cinematic bent, this album is a must-own. It grows on you and you'll find yourself using it as the backdrop to your everyday life. Wonderful work, and what a great surprise to find on iTunes amongst all of the Britneys and Keshas of the world!

I am a passionate fan of this composer!

MeerMeer!1980

If you like Epica, which is the style of music used in video games and movie trailers, then you MUST buy this album. The thing I like about Muzzey that sets him apart from all of the other epica artists is his innate sense of musicality. At the risk of sounding too academic about this: some of the other epica artists focus more on bombast and effect vs. melody and an overall musical vision. This works well for movie trailers, but may not make for the best stand-alone listening when one focuses on a piece of music. The thing that draws me to this composer's music, time and time again, is that each piece is a gem: each piece of music is a self-contained piece of magic with its own musical identity and its own specific emotion. So if you want to explore this music, I'd recommend Bernini's Angels, Architect of the Mind and Light at the End of the Tunnel -- a great way to delve into this amazing, amazing album.

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