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Fabrizio Paterlini
Making numbers during the day, composing music overnight.
Making numbers during the day, composing music overnight.

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So at the end I've decided to include all my previously digitally unreleased tracks in one single EP, "Collected Songs", which also includes probably my favourite "There's a light we might see", included in the stunning "... and darkness came" compilation.
Enjoy and share!

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Some piano music? :)
The third and final part of Cedric's Pianorama mix is out, and I think it's one of the best - just look at the tracklist!!! Deaf Center, Brambles, Dustin O'Halloran, Otto A Totland, Nils Frahm, Tim Hecker, Greg Haines, Fabrizio Paterlini, Dakota Suite, Carlos Cipa, Poppy Ackroyd, Chilly Gonzales and so much more!

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Last evening sunset in Mantova

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My first copyright infringement issue!

OK, here we are.
My first case of "Copyright infringement" or better to say "steal of master sounds".
The master sound used in this video (whose album has been plublished in December 2013) is my "Veloma" song, composed back in 2009 and published in the same year.

Now all the dance between distributor, label and PROs will start.

In the meantime, since you know who actually wrote this song, please if you find videos with this "Artist", notify it to +YouTube too.

Thank you!

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Seems i'll be spending the incoming week in shipping vinyls and cds. And this IS a good way to start this monday morning.

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"A quarter of a million fans can’t be wrong"

Excellent review of my latest "The Art of the Piano" out on "A closer listen" - thank you!


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So this stunning benefit compilation raised USD 35,000 so far. This is quite unbelievable!
EXTRA EXTRA! Headphone Commute raises and donates yet another $15,000 (for a grand total of $35,000) thanks to all of your generosity and support for "... and darkness came" benefit compilation! READ ALL ABOUT IT :

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You should check this review and this album, really.
"Although I prefer to hear most albums through my audiophile grade hifi, there’s something magical about Pinô when listen through a pair of headphones. I often feel as if I am eavesdropping on a late night recording session in Nils Frahm‘s studio, my shadow just around the corner, my presence over Totland’s shoulder, my ear on the piano’s wood." Read Headphone Commute review of Otto A Totland's "Pinô" out on Sonic Pieces :
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