Facebook review from Rafa Dorado

I just came across these wonderful words from Mr. Rafa Margen on Facebook. Thank you so much for your support!!!!


El compositor belga Frank Nuyts (marimba, teclados) es bien conocido nuestro, principalmente por esa maravilla repleta de ingenio titulada “Monkey Trial” con su anterior proyecto Hardscore, que tuvimos el honor de publicar en margen Records en 2004, pero también por su faceta clásica del que recogimos algunas de sus creaciones para orquesta, concretamente el 3er Movimiento de su sinfonía de 1996 “Hard Scores for Orchestra”, que publicamos en el Vol. 4 de la serie “Music from the Edge”. Ahora regresa a la actualidad con un nuevo proyecto, Beat Love Oracle, al lado de tres intrumentistas de lujo, su inseparable Frank DEBRUYNE (saxo), Stijn DELDAELE (bajo), y el baterista Ronald DHAENE. El trabajo se titula “Who’s Counting?”. Y ¿qué puedo decir? ¡Me encanta! Música intrincada pero hermosa y cautivadora. Se podría uno explayar porque hay infinidad de detalles dignos de mención en esta obra, pero, ¿para qué? Se presentan solos. Os dejo un par de píldoras y me contáis. Eso sí, no tomar en ayunas!

Belgian composer Frank Nuyts (marimba, keyboards) is well-known to us, primarily for that ingeniously crafted marvel titled “Monkey Trial” with his previous project Hardscore, which we had the honor of releasing on Margen Records in 2004. But also for his classical side, from which we collected some of his compositions for orchestra, specifically the 3rd Movement of his 1996 symphony “Hard Scores for Orchestra,” which we published in Vol. 4 of the “Music from the Edge” series. Now, he returns to the present with a new project, Beat Love Oracle, alongside three exceptional instrumentalists: his inseparable Frank DEBRUYNE (saxophone), Stijn DELDAELE (bass), and drummer Ronald DHAENE. The work is titled “Who’s Counting?” And what can I say? I love it! It’s intricate yet beautiful and captivating music. I could elaborate because there are countless noteworthy details in this work, but why? They speak for themselves. I’ll leave you with a couple of snippets, and you can tell me. Just don’t listen on an empty stomach!

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