Switching the lens through which to see music from one that views what’s ordinary to one that perceives the extraordinary is exactly what Spanish composer Richard Dobeson has been doing to create magic. By re-engaging with the pure purity of the classical sounds painted with just enough electronic color that allows any listener to feel more alive to the wonders that are contained in this type of special sound, Dobeson makes music that is so wonderful it makes you cry! Richard Dobeson was born of Irish origin but lives in Madrid where his home studio is located. Walking on a universally acceptable musical journey that is highlighted by imaginativeness, creativity, and relatability, Dobeson inflicts his classical tune with that sense of eternity and weighty human connections to peace, love, and unity that is sure to escalate the human spirits, nurture the soul and enable you to advance your days with a grateful heart.
His latest inspiring classical tune is titled “Seventy Seven” is set to be officially released on Thursday 7th April 2022 at exactly 10.00 Am. Touching on the theme of a spotless future, the gentle yet evocative breeze of the guitar is met with the intricate and heightened soaring instrumentations, and together, they make a steady and ceaseless groove, taking a listener with it, as they savor in every emotion in this essential and dazzling artistic piece. And as you listen through with detailed attention to every emotion that the instruments carry, you realize that this time is all humanity has, and it’s like an empire worth more than any amount of money in the world.
This instrumental tune is inspired by the story in the Bible where Jesus told Peter, one of his disciples that they must endeavor to forgive their brothers and sisters seventy seven times seven times – this is not about the numbers but the deep message since with all the chaos in the world, we could all do with that dose of forgiveness. The video highlights this efficiently as you watch all the anger boiling over and is vented out through chaos and wars. If only the world could be a little more understanding and humans a bit slow to react to anger – it is possible to thrive in peace and by harboring those ill feelings towards our brothers and sisters, then we are destined to fail as a people and world. You can watch the untitled release and let the tune not only entertain you but also make an impact on your life and your decisions henceforth!
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