Modern classical ~ Ambient ~ Experimental
En el agua de la tierra | Marcelo Zallio
This album is a sort of travel diary of points of arrival after my personal discovery and experimentation of unconventional compositional elements. The aspect linked to the concept of challenge to undertake these unfamiliar roads was the main engine where self-motivation found its life force. For example, in the title track "En el agua de la tierra" there is a synthesis of Bartók's axial system with Ernst Levy's theory on inverse harmony. "Dodecafonia" instead makes a humble tribute to Arnold Schönberg. "La red invisible" uses the system of Leonhard Euler known as Tonnetz (network of tones). Let us leave the mystery behind the other passages to your discovery.
Piano: Marcelo Zallio
Master and post-production: BSR Studio