Marco Mezquida

La hora fértil

La hora fértil


La hora fértil [The fertile time] (whatabout music in 2013) is the title of the first solo piano album by Marco Mezquida, which includes his own compositions and improvisations, full of rich hues, colors and influences that comprises much of the history of music, from the Renaissance, inspired by the choral music of Gesualdo, the Baroque, specifically the music of JS Bach, the romantic music of Chopin, Schumann and Scriabin, integrating these styles with sounds and techniques of the twentieth century contemporary music for piano, which uses the harp of the piano, and, of course, harmonies and elements from the world of jazz and free improvisation. The fertile time is, in Marco Mezquida's words, "the open, diverse, restless moment, the one that does not classify my musical personality in a particular style or category, but it embrace music without barriers, the paths of which are free, infinite and fertile".


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