Opus Aeneid Vol I

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Opus Aeneid is a Symphonic Poem for Electric Guitar based on a Virgils antique classics. This instrumental orchestral work is devoted to the wanderings of Aeneas, the last trojan warrior. On the Mediterranean Sea, Aeneas and his fellow Trojans flee from their home city of Troy, which has been destroyed by the Greeks. They sail for Italy, where Aeneas is destined to found Rome. His tale would be heralded as a national epic. This work is a kind of retrospective. I tried to depict the antique epic plot using the baroque orchestral instruments and techniques.
The whole work consists of two volumes each of them consisting of twelve books (45 tracks in summary).

Volume I: Following the Ghost of Troy focuses on Aeneas sea wanderings shortly after the Trojan War in search of his destined shore (Books I-VI).

I have included the Booklet to make it easier to follow the plot and understand each movement of this Epic with detailed illustrations and authors poems on each chapter.


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Opus Aeneid is a Symphonic Poem for Electric Guitar based on a Virgils antique classics. This instrumental orchestral work is devoted to the wanderings of Aeneas, the last trojan warrior. On the Mediterranean Sea, Aeneas and his fellow Trojans flee from their home city of Troy, which has been destroyed by the Greeks. They sail for Italy, where Aeneas is destined to found Rome. His tale would be heralded as a national epic. This work is a kind of retrospective. I tried to depict the antique epic plot using the baroque orchestral instruments and techniques.
The whole work consists of two volumes each of them consisting of twelve books (45 tracks in summary).

Volume I: Following the Ghost of Troy focuses on Aeneas sea wanderings shortly after the Trojan War in search of his destined shore (Books I-VI).

I have included the Booklet to make it easier to follow the plot and understand each movement of this Epic with detailed illustrations and authors poems on each chapter.

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