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VIAJERO INMÓVIL - Difusión de grupos progresivos independientes

Viajero Inmóvil - Difusión de grupos progresivos independientes

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Discography

  • Dreams - (1996)
  • Behind the walls of imagination - (1997)
  • Space music - (1998)
  • Cyberspace - (2000)
  • Mithology - (2001)
  • Atmosphere - (2002)
  • Landscapes - (2005)
  • Past and Future Sounds - 1996-2006 - (2006)
  • The Garden of Emotions - (2009)
  • Exogenesis - (2010)
  • Spiritual Energy - (2014)
  • Sailing to the Edge - (2017)

 

 

Members featured in the album

  • Cyberspace - (2000)

 

ELOY FRITSCH - Synths, percussion, samplers, processors and vocals

 

Members featured in the album

  • Mithology - (2001)

 

ELOY FRITSCH - Synths, percussion, samplers, processors and vocals

 

Members featured in the album

  • Atmosphere - (2002)

 

ELOY FRITSCH - Synths, percussion, piano, processors and vocals

 

Members featured in the album

  • The Garden of Emotions - (2009)

 

ELOY FRITSCH - Synths, percussion, samplers, processors and vocals

 

 

Biography

Eloy Fernando Fritsch is a Brazilian composer of New Age and Electronic Music, born on March 1, 1968.

Fascinated by Electronic Music since his adolescence, in 1983 he formed the Progressive band Apocalypse, where he introduced synthesizers.

Between 1986-1991 he studied computer synthesis and in 1996 he began his solo career with the CD "Dreams", followed by others such as "Behind the Walls of Imagination" (1997), "Space Music" (1998), "Cyberspace "(2000)," Mythology "(2001)," Atmosphere "(2003)," Landscapes "(2005).

Since 1999 he has been a professor of Electronic Music at the University of Porto Alegre, where he has created the largest electronic studio in southern Brazil.

Fritsch offers us an absolutely melodious and dreamlike work based on the use of a true arsenal of keyboards. These are very well-crafted compositions that approach the atmospheric odyssey of Vangelis and Jean-Michel Jarre, as well as the long Electronic-Progressive passages of Rick Wakeman.

In 2012 he released the tenth CD of the career entitled "Exogenesis" containing the Electronic suite of the same name in 4 movements inspired by the genesis of the Universe. Uniting the Symphonic and the Electronic, but without forgetting the ethnic instruments, the composer of New Age music uses high technology at the service of the emotions. The CD images were created by European artists specialized in science fiction illustrations Maciej Rebisz and Mirek Drozd and refer to the creation of the cosmos and the existence of other forms of life.

In 2014 he released the album "Spiritual Energy" that brings together soundtracks made for film, video, and theater. In addition to the tracks, the composer presents other compositions totaling 17 songs with an emphasis on melodies performed on electronic keyboards and orchestral textures that range from epic moments to soft instrumental passages. The images of the album are again in charge of Maciej Rebisz.

In 2017 Fritsch releases the album "Sailing to the Edge" in which the predominant style is Progressive Rock instrumental with an emphasis on the moog synth, drums and bass on the tracks "The Spy", "The Rising Sun", "The Flying Caravel ", and" Telepaty "approaching his compositions in the group of Brazilian Progressive Rock Apocalypse.

However, the composer opens the space for Symphonic Music in the bands Sailing to the Edge Overture and The Wizard, Electronic in the track of Mind Uploading and New Age in the band of Floating Castle. All the elements of Eloy Fritsch's music are present in this album: timbres coming from synthesizers, beautiful melodies, majestic and energetic passages, rhythms with drums, percussion and electronic orchestration on a large scale. It can be considered the album plus Progr Rock by the keyboardist with the right to use the keytar in the songs "Liberty" and "Alchemy". Fritsch also uses the Moog Theremini to produce an electronic sonority in the epic of more than 10 minutes entitled "The Time Barrier", the last song of the album.

 

 

Information

* Eloy Fritsch Official Site

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