An­dREA tERRAno In­namoRata

Guitar Techniques - - MUSIC -

In­namorata is for those that like ny­lon-string best when it blends clas­si­cal, fla­menco, am­bi­ent and Latin styles. It’s a pleas­ing lis­ten with cen­tre-stage finger­style and pick-based play­ing and strong, film sound­track-like, com­po­si­tions. Open­ing track, Wood­lands is a two-gui­tar piece that fea­tures An­drea and Rafael Marchante in­ter­weav­ing chords and so­los (nice tremolo pick­ing), which is fol­lowed by a strong Latin rhyth­mic piece en­hanced by per­cus­sion and pi­ano. One-time teacher En­nio Mor­ri­cone’s in­flu­ence on An­drea is up for de­bate, but sev­eral pieces here are wor­thy of a Hol­ly­wood movie’s open­ing scene. Au­tumn Sym­phony has a lovely lilt­ing rhythm and string sec­tion, while the re­verb en­hanced Our Story (very Mor­ri­cone in its chord changes and ar­range­ments) is one of the al­bum’s many high­lights.

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