Italian arranger, composer, and producer Giorgio Costantini, who's 2009 indie album "PianoPianoForte" reached number seven on Italy's iTunes charts, has announced the release of his latest CD "Universound". Giorgio Costantini is well known for his unique and exceptionally original compositions and for his stellar performance at many high-profile concert halls and venues around the world, from the National Theatre of Taipei to Royal Albert Hall.
Mastered at Abbey Road Studios in London by Alex Wharton, "Universound", Giorgio Costantini's thirteen track finely crafted album, in nu- classic style consists of seven laid back and beautiful piano solos to six finely orchestrated tracks.
In the opening track "Alba Mundi" (from latin "the origin of the World") the song contains the orbital frequencies of the planets of our solar system, transposed up 36 octaves. The harmony of the entire composition is constructed upon nine fundamental notes, each corresponding to the note of the orbital frequency of one of the nine planets, from Mercury to Pluto. These brilliantly bazaar and well-designed elements in this wonderful album only further enhance its interest-appeal.
Kathy Parsons of mainlypiano.com called Universound "a trait-d'union between classical and pop music - Easy Listening but very evocative" -- "Lyrical and Melodic" – and finally "Strong and evocative". In "Universound", Costantini utilizes his well studied craft by combining all the elements of his studies with his composition, arrangement, and programming skills; all to formulate an undeniably original blend of hauntingly-opulent style and sound.
"Universound" is now available at CD Baby, digitally at iTunes, and other online retail stores.
You can get additional information and download the free tracks of this new release at Giorgio Costantini's official website www.pianopianoforte.com
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