According to the old traditions, the bard will always be reborn on Earth when it needs balance. Through music and enchantment, he evokes ancient powers capable of restorig the Nature. Legendary prophecies say that he will reappear in times of big disasters and great confusion. Then, he will count with an harp whose strings are made of light. With this magical instrument, the bard will make sound the Song of the Spheres. At the gleam of the Sun's Summer/Winter Solstice of 2008, the bard had born again. The human kind will have another chance to defend Gaia, the Earth...The Great Mother of us all!
The old ways are returning. The icy southern wind, that blows across the Earth, are bringing the scent of inevitable changes. You can feel it penetrates, through your nose, into the flesh and bones, up to the depths of your blood. The bard was warned. He is awakening to make his harp sound the music capable to enter into the hardened heart of men. Now is Gaea who calls. And he will do anything, to find, set free and make sound the notes of the Song of the Spheres. He knows that this is the only way to prevent Kroll, master of illusion, from leading humankind toward total annihilation. For that the old ways are returning. It's time to get ready ... and open up our hearts for the changes! Soon ... in the next solstice of summer / winter, we'll release the first volume of The Song of the Spheres: The Bard and the Queen of Ice ...
The first volume of the story is going through the last review. The soundtrack, composed by HI-BRAZIL, is already finished. Appearing entirely in the digital environment, the album presents a new interpretation of classic elements, including philharmonic instruments such as strings, winds, horns and percussion, plus a choir of 24 singers, gently mixed with digital samples and electronic beats. The process of mastering took three months to get done. The whole work started at the end of 2005, with the first drafts of the text. The songs were composed from 2006/8. The 14 tracks of the album were chosen, among more than 30. They reveal the emotional tone captured from certain moments of the story. The work is being released under a Creative Commons license, which means that anyone can download, share content and even collaborate with us. If you want to know how, send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.