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Eduardo Mariné

My work as a "solo" artist is meant to showcase a diverse range of musical styles, expression and ambition that greatly differ from my work at bands like Tangerine Circus or Nova Enterprise. Ranging from a more academic-sounding electroacoustic or chamber/orchestral work to a more modern rock and electronic sound, this is my main means of musical and artistic expression. 

Albums

An album that marks my first album-wide exploration of electronics and a more experimental/abstract sound.

Composed, & produced by EduardoMariné

Original music written for Historia Chiquita's exclusive podcast for Podimo, which tells the story of Leon "Lev" Trotsky and his murder.

Composed, & produced by Eduardo Mariné

A project that took almost four years to complete. This is the first volume of my collection of symphonic compositions. The main piece is the 5-part suite, "The Witch", which explores the history, the mythology and the spirituality of the witch figure.

Composed, & produced by Eduardo Mariné

The second of two albums written, recorded and produced during the COVID-19 pandemic. This piece of music explores a more intense, dark yet melodic electronic and orchestral landscape. The whole album is a 35 minute piece divided in 12 movements.

Composed and produced by Eduardo Mariné

The first of two albums written, recorded and produced during the COVID-19 pandemic. his piece of music explores a heartfelt, cinematic and soothing side of my compositional mind.

Composed and produced by Eduardo Mariné

This is my debut album, a collection of piano pieces with a huge focus on musical harmony traduced to color and the exploration several musical styles, ranging from classical to jazz.

Written, composed and produced by Eduardo Mariné

Singles & EPs

A piano quintet written in the spirit of festive seasons and frozen feelings.


Written by Eduardo Mariné

An EP that follows 2018's Chroma, Vol. 1 featuring color-inspired experimental song composition and sonic textures.

Written and produced by Eduardo Mariné.

 

A brooding choral piece written in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Dedicated to those who have lost their lives fighting the desease and those who are struggling in these difficult times.

Written by Eduardo Mariné

An EP consisting of cinematic, rock, progressive and electronic styles inspired in color and meant to be performed live with an interactive light and visual system.

Written and produced by Eduardo Mariné.
Guest guitars in "Her Memories" and "The Darkening of the Winter" by Francesc Messeguer.
Guest vocals in "Our Garden" by Nan Macmillan
Guest vocals and co-production in "Dreamscape" by Sarah Martinson.
"And So It Goes" written by Billy Joel

A romantic-inspired piano composition.

Written and performed by Eduardo Mariné


Written & produced by Eduardo Mariné

Organ performed by Josué Reséndiz Mendoza

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