The Lilac Moon

by Traun

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Part 1 of the TRAUN music project from Dave Murray (Estradasphere). The pieces are precise, concept-based, diverse and multi-genre. The music 'tells' a story and the album is loosely intended to be listened to chronologically.

NOTE — If you are familiar with the 2003 release (The Deserts of Traun: Part III The Lilac Moon ), you will hear a few revised arrangements of pieces from that album. It was important to include those pieces to complete the story/musical concept, and have the production match throughout. The project as a whole will consist of 50 tracks, so a lot of new material will be forthcoming on the next albums — which will be released soon…

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released August 3, 2017

Musicians Featured...

Maria Grigoryeva: Violin & Viola Sections
Lyudmila Kadyrbaeva: Cello
Timba Harris: Violin Solo (track 12)
Amir Yagmai: Violin & Violin Solo (Track 2)
Ben Wendel: Flute Solo (Track 6), Sax Solo (Track 1), Bassoon
Jamison Smeltz: Tenor & Baritone Sax
Adam Stacey: Accordion
Scott Nelson: Electric Guitar
Tim Smolens: Upright Bass
Paul McKee: Bass, Guitar, Mandolin
Joe Willis: Rhodes
Hugo LaNauEstudii: Acoustic Guitar, Bass
Dave Murray: Drums, Percussion, Metal Vox, Flute, Acoustic Guitar

Music by: Dave Murray with additional compositions by Joe Willis, Daedelus and Michael Johnson

Mixed: Chris Parsons, Justin Phelps, Dave Murray
Mastering: Chris Parsons

Artwork: Colby Bluth

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Traun Santa Barbara, California

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TRAUN has been an ongoing music project from former Estradasphere Drummer David Murray. The roots of the concept dates back to the late 90's which featured keyboardist/composer Joe Willis, and Electronic music musician Daedelus. Colby Bluth brought the concept to life with hundreds of illustrations. ... more

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