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Each of Eloy Fritsch's works seems to follow a different school of electronic music. He always shows the influence of some artist, though he builds his own technique. Space Music is not different, containing sequencers, symphonic landscapes, electronic drums, quadraphonic effects, harps, timpani, cymbals, and an alien voice (on the track "Journey to the Unknown"), all reminiscent of several electronic keyboardists, such as Yanni (circa Keys to Imagination), Isao Tomita, and Jan Hammer. As in Dreams, his music captures emotional experience and transforms it through upbeat and melodic compositions. This work is the first release by Dreaming, a division devoted to electronic music created by the French progressive rock label Musea Records.


Born: 01 March 1968 in Caxias do Sul, Brazil

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Brazilian prog rock keyboardist/synthesizer player Eloy Fritsch has appeared on albums over the years as a member of Apocalypse, and also on his own as a solo artist. Born in 1968 in Caxias do Sul, Brazil, Fritsch was exposed to a wide variety of music at an early age - via a radio station that his father would work at as an electronic engineer. It wasn't long before Fritsch became interested in challenging progressive rock (Rush, Yes, Genesis, etc.), and began studying piano, cello, and other stringed...
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