The Four Seasons - by Alexander Robotnick

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Alexander Robotnick – The Four Seasons

It’s high time for seasoned Alexander Robotnick to tackle an Italian classic: The Four Seasons ….before seasons are definitely wiped out by the dramatically famous climate change. We grew up with a sort of mantra that went: “Seasons are no longer the same…” , a mantra that existed even before we were born. However Winter is still Winter and Robotnick’s desire has always been that of a Winterless year. Therefore The Four Seasons represents a sort of wishful thinking (by contrast).
Four ultra classic titles : Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall. All of these tracks (apart from Winter) share the same origin: : they are born out of three very fast arpeggioes (32mi) where the note sequence is so quick it almost sounds like a continuous chord.
It is impressionist music , without any real theme (except for Fall). Deep House that never falls into style clichés . No parallel harmonies, no one key chords, but a seamless flow that opens into modal scales and finally chill-out listening . Only in Fall the arpeggio sometimes tends to reveal itself , grows frenzied and introduces a somewhat
melancholic theme.
Fall has always been an intense and creative time for Robotnick , animated by a powerful energy flow, probably
to exorcise Winter which is looming on the horizon. In Winter the arpeggio is replaced by a sample from Wagner’s Master Singers that creates a music background with a meditative pace despite the pressing rhythmics.
All tracks composed and produced by Alexander Robotnick (A.K.A. Maurizio Dami) 120 bpm


Rare Robotnick’sOh No…Robotnick!My La(te)st AlbumI’m Getting Lost in My BrainCe N’Est Q’un DébutFischioJB Is DeadRobotnick’s ArchivesMusic for Imaginary Club

Read the complete biography of the artist at Alexander Robotnick’s official website

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