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Stefano Lentini is a music composer based in Rome, Italy. He has produced music extensively for film, television and documentary. As a multi-instrumentalist, Lentini is known for blending classical music with folk and electronic influences through the use of multitrack recording.
Vents Magazine has called Lentini "a new star" while Il Manifesto and Rolling Stone have called his music "Extraordinary" and "A journey into the dark side of the human mind" respectively.
His debut classical album, FURY, released on November 16, 2018 on Coloora Record and is an indie-classic project with symphonic and progressive influences. It’s a mostly instrumental concept album which has roots in the exploration of anger as a neglected feeling and the search of its meaning.
In this bonus episode, Stefano Lentini talks about the motivation and message behind the music contained on the album 'FURY' and he shares how his music was written to not only to reflect on how humans deal with the emotion of fury, but also on it’s impact upon politics and the world at large. Lentini shares about some key collaborations on the album musically, but also visually. Returning to his work for La Porta Rossa, Lentini concludes by opening up about one last collaboration - working with English songwriter, Charlie Winston, on the song “It’s Not Impossible,” which was used as the main title of the Italian TV series.
ANNOTATED TRACKS AND SEGMENTS
02:23 - "R73" (Fury) by Stefano Lentini
03:25 - "Fury" (Fury) by Stefano Lentini
05:37 - "Suite After the Furies" (Fury) by Stefano Lentini
09:48 - "It's Not Impossible" (La Porta Rossa) by Stefano Lentini feat. Charlie Winston
His latest album “Fury” was released November 16, 2018. You can find it on Amazon.com, iTunes, Spotify and Apple Music.
MORE ABOUT THE COMPOSER
You can find out more about and hear more music by Stefano Lentini at his official site http://stefanlentini.net.
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