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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 73

2024-04-03 16:42

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 73

This week, we bring with us, at least in part, the orchestral sounds that we have explored in previous episodes: we are talking about Nightwish.

Welcome back to a new appointment with Musical Disclosure. This week, we bring with us, at least in part, the orchestral sounds that we have talked about in previous episodes, but in a decidedly more aggressive key and in a completely different genre: today it's Nightwish's turn.


The idea of the Nightwish project comes from the keyboardist and composer of most of the band's music, Tuomas Holopainen. Blending dreamy, melancholic, and intimate atmospheres with heavy metal elements, Nightwish was formed in 1996 with Erno Vuorinen on guitar and Tarja Turunen on vocals. In that same year, the band released their first self-titled demo, "Nightwish," characterized by entirely acoustic tracks. However, it was with the entry of drummer Jukka Nevalainen and the replacement of the acoustic guitar with the electric one that Nightwish made their "real" debut in November 1997 with the album "Angels Fall First," a work that immediately captured the attention of the Finnish audience. This album was followed by "Oceanborn" (1998) and "Wishmaster" (2000), the latter reaching the top of the Finnish charts from the start. Thanks to a very successful cover of Gary Moore's "Over The Hills and Far Away," the addition of Marco Hietala on bass and especially vocals, and above all the album "Century Child" (2002), in which the band began to work significantly with the orchestra, Nightwish's success became global.


Today we propose "Ever Dream," enjoy listening!

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