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Stephan Moccio – Tales Of Solace (24/192 FLAC)

Stephan Moccio - Tales Of Solace (24/192 FLAC)

Stephan Moccio – Tales Of Solace (24/192 FLAC)

Performer: Stephan Moccio
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 1
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Decca
Size: 1.83 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: cover

01. Il Était Une Fois
02. Fracture
03. Whitby
04. Sea Change
05. Thirteen
06. Lumière
07. Nostalgia
08. Nuit Blanche
09. Through Oscar’s Eyes
10. Le Temps Qui Passe
11. Tu Me Manques
12. Solace
13. Ghosts
14. Burgundy
15. Freddie’s Theme
16. La Fille Aux Pouvoirs Magiques

Stephan Moccio, acclaimed composer/producer (Miley Cyrus, Celine Dion, The Weeknd), returns to his classical roots and the piano. Classical discipline combined with his pop songwriting sensitivities gives him a unique edge. Organic, raw and honest, the album explores profound themes like love, relationships, aging. Conveying emotion without words, he creates melodies that course through delicately wrought compositions, revealing a more sensual and vulnerable side of this multi-faceted artist.

After writing chart-topping hits for global artists including ‘Wrecking Ball’ for Miley Cyrus, ‘A New Day Has Come’ for Celine Dion and ‘Earned It’ for The Weeknd – a track featured in the film Fifty Shades of Grey for which he received an Oscar nomination – Stephan Moccio decided to return to his roots in classical composition, and to the instrument he knows best, the piano, for his new album.

Tales Of Solace explores some of life’s most profound themes and personal experiences including relationships and love.

“I needed to recalibrate on many levels -musically, personally and mentally,” says Stephan. “Solitude and quiet, in a noisy world, are elements I have been craving for a long time. Naturally, it made sense to engage in an intimate conversation between myself and the instrument which has been faithful to me my entire life. Strip it all down… one person, in one room, with one instrument.” (Stephan Moccio)


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