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Frederick Robin – The Ephemeral Present
Frederick Robin – The Ephemeral Present

Frederick Robin – The Ephemeral Present | Majestic Beauty

The Ephemeral Present is the latest release and an immensely beautiful instrumental piano song by American composer Frederick Robin. Robin is pursuing his undergraduate degree in Music Composition and Philosophy at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota. He has had extensive laurels in teaching, performing, and competing in various music initiatives. He is also the founder of an olfactory lifestyle studio with several boutiques and clients worldwide. A true Renaissance artist!

The Ephemeral Present is a beautiful and haunting piece of music that perfectly captures the essence of the title. The piece is characterized by its primary motif and hypnotic melody that is both captivating and meditative. The piano as the expressive timbre adds a rich and warm tone to the music, making it even more immersive and transporting. The piano theme is played in a paced and deliberate manner, allowing the listener to fully immerse themselves in the music. The sonic expanse of the song creates a sense of continuity and timelessness, reflecting the musical scope of Frederick Robin.

Notes and licks are played in a sequence that creates a feeling of progression and movement, adding to the overall sense of drama and tension in the piece. Tension and release of the primary musical phrase is a key element of the composition. With just the piano as the only primary instrument in the arrangement, we get an atmospheric aura, evoking a sense of mystery and intrigue. The use of sustained revered chords creates a rich and sparse soundscape that perfectly captures a very living vital essence.

In conclusion, Frederick Robin with The Ephemeral Present crafts a powerful and moving piece of contemporary classical music that makes us truly feel the fleeting nature of life.

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