Maurizio Guarini of Goblin fame releases classic scores on new solo album
The most popular tracks scored by Goblin presented in a totally different acoustic dimension with new arrangements for String Quartet
Recorded with a String Quartet, A Goblin's Chamber unveils re-imagined versions of the most significant tunes from Goblin scores. The album puts a classical twist on Goblin classics including Profondo Rosso, Suspiria, Dawn of the Dead, Buio Omega and Contamination.
A GOBLIN's CHAMBER is available on CD and dark red Vinyl and can be purchased directly from Back to the Fudda online store: shop.backtothefudda.com.
A digital version is available on https://maurizioguarini.bandcamp.com/
Album credits and songs previews are available on http://www.backtothefudda.com/
The album will be officially launched on January 22 at the Italian Institute of Culture in Toronto.
The first live concert with the string quartet will take place on January 30 at Lula Lounge in Toronto. https://www.facebook.com/
According to Guarini, "this album offers a way to bring to surface the real essence of the music, that's the melody. Extrapolated from the original context and rendered with a different orchestration, melodies and counterpoints, the hearth of a music composition, get in your head even deeper and stronger than before. It's not the sound, it's the essence."
About Maurizio Guarini
Best known as keyboard player of the Italian progressive rock band Goblin, internationally acclaimed for timeless classic musical scores mainly for horror films, Maurizio Guarini is a composer, multi-instrumentalist.
Born in Rome, Italy, his music exploration went through prog, jazz-rock, fusion. Joined Goblin in 1975. Worked in hundreds of film scores and studio/live production. Moved to Canada in 1999.