Noam Williamson – Sentiments | Neoclassical music review

Noam Williamson – Sentiments | Neoclassical music review

“Emotional and very melancholic vibe is perfect for those lonely nights, alone with your own thoughts that goes really deep, same as this beautiful composition. Atmosphere is perfectly done, fitting the harmonies within the piano themes that creates wonderful dreamy world. ”

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“Η συναισθηματική και πολύ μελαγχολική ατμόσφαιρα είναι ιδανική για αυτές τις μοναχικές νύχτες, μόνη με τις δικές σας σκέψεις που πηγαίνουν πραγματικά βαθιές, όπως αυτή η όμορφη σύνθεση. Η ατμόσφαιρα γίνεται τέλεια, τοποθετώντας τις αρμονίες μέσα στα θέματα πιάνου που δημιουργούν υπέροχο ονειρικό κόσμο.”

“El ambiente emocional y muy melancólico es perfecto para esas noches solitarias, solo con tus propios pensamientos que son realmente profundos, igual que esta hermosa composición. La atmósfera está perfectamente hecha, ajustando las armonías dentro de los temas de piano que crean un maravilloso mundo soñador.”

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Nagamag proudly presents the song with title “Sentiments” by the talented “Noam Williamson”. A unique Neoclassical composition that captured the attention of Nagamag’s curators, who were deeply moved by the emotions awakened during their listening experience of “Noam Williamson – Sentiments”. The song expresses Neo / Modern Classical, Cinematic / Epic Music, Solo Piano music genre details that worth to be enjoyed by listening the full production!
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Reviewed by Nagamag on January 27, 2024