Johan Tronestam - ALBUMS
Arthur went above the clouds by Johan Tronestam Arthur went above the clouds
9 tracks

Running time: 1:17:55
Released: 10/2016

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Inspired by Arthur C Clark's Amazing Books.
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Climbing the beanstalk   Play song

Roswell by Johan Tronestam Roswell
9 tracks

Running time: 1:19:09
Released: 04/2015

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Johan Tronestam introduces his second label album under the title "Roswell". In his own words he sais:

The album Roswell has been in my mind for many years, to create a music album about the incident in New Mexico 1947

The first track for the project was created in March 2014

The incident in Roswell has created echoes in the rest of the world. From a news program on the radio 1947 to a world full of ideas, witnesses, facts, documentaries, books, movies, conspiracy theories, etc.

I take no personal position, but I'm full of questions that have not received any answer...
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The journey to Roswell   Play song

Compunctio by Johan Tronestam Compunctio
9 tracks

Running time: 1:02:16
Released: 07/2014

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The term Compunctio
Gregory the Great (ca 540–604) spoke about compunctio, the holy pain.
The grief somebody feels when faced with that which is most beautiful i
s both a reminiscence and a fore-taste of the divine world.
Originally compunctio was a medical term that described intense
physical pain, but when Gregorius used the word he spoke
about a spiritual pain.
The bittersweet experience stems from human home-lessness in an
imperfect world, human consciousness of, and, at the same time, a
desire for perfection.
This inner spiritual void becomes painfully real when faced with beauty.
There, between the lost and...
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Between the lost and the coming   Play song

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Johan Tronestam played earlier in various music groups, but has for a long time concenrated on writing instrumental synth music.
The music is created in his own studio. His music is very personal. But has influences from Vangelis, JM Jarre, Mike Oldfield, Tangerine Dream, Tim Blake, Neuronium, Kraftwerk, Klaus Schulze and similar artists.

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