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Journeys

Journeys

  • By Tania Rose
  • Release 12/06/2007
  • Music Genre New Age
  • Media Format CD
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Price: £14.35

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This colourful album follows in the footsteps of Tania's infamous 43Angels CD, but is much stronger in it's melodrama. It's a musical journey of the myriad of places within each one of us, the colourful tapestries which make up who we are, and why we do what we do. It offers us an insight into the very fabric of the human experience, drawing on the intimate and the extrovert alike. And like every journey, just when you think it has come to an end, something beautiful and unexpected comes out of the blue! Take a step... Australia's Tania Rose creates music which conjures up images of private moments and the ever-growing expanse. Eclectic in her style, her recordings are peppered with renaissance flavours, sometimes including her most beautiful asset of all...a voice of an angel. JOURNEYS reflects Tania's passion for film music, her love of the intimate blend of music and imagery. Tania Rose fans will recognise the familiar intertwining of melodies and harmonies as they unravel and reconnect in an endless dance. However this album reflects a stronger passion than all her previous releases. It provides an insight into the eclectic musician who writes more than just relaxation music. Enjoy the journey!

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Artist: Tania Rose
Title: Journeys
Genre: New Age
Release Date: 12/06/2007
Label: CD Baby
Media Format: CD
UPC: 634479541872

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