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Alexander Page

Alexander Page

Instrumental / Pop/Progressive Saint-Jean-De-Védas, FR  FR

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  • Dukakis People (Artist)
    Dukakis People
    Happy New Year Alexander!!!!
  • TheOtherManInBlack (Artist)
    TheOtherManInBlack
    Thank you very much for the musical connection and I wish success on your musical journey.
  • Twisted Folk (Artist)
    Twisted Folk
    AWESOME..Totally Enjoyed Listening In..
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  • Salt NZ (Artist)
    Salt NZ
    There Was A Time!!! Very Nice Mr Alex ( : Salt & TGM
  • Matt Zen Mezz (Artist)
    Matt Zen Mezz
    Great playlist! super creative keep up the awesome work!

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Label: SIMPLY ENTERTAINMENT, Twister DjPat

Bio: Born in Mobile,Alabama but grew up in France,Alexander Page started to show interest in music composition at the age of 16.He had piano lessons at the great:"Conservatoire Rachmaninoff" in Paris over 1 year and had to give up for several reasons....Anyway,he cotinued on his own way in the purpose...See Full Bio

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"I really love this. Always love music based on a distinct, persistent rhythm with slight variations, actually it feels like "a kind of calm before the storm". I especially liked: Momentary Beauty Theme, Fallen Conqueror, Tempus Fugit, One Moment Please, Farewell, Momentary Beauty ( all parts ), Enchanted, Open Heart, When Night Falls, and some others. Some of them reminded me of the music to these old noir movies ( with its suspense, anxiety etc. ), and of rock music of late 60s-early 70s - mostly psychedelic/progressive rock, those bands that used piano in their compositions. Also, in some fragments I found a slight resemblance to Philip Glass, Michael Nyman, and probably John Williams." Yaroslav Gerzhedovich

— Yaroslav Gerzhedovich, Facebook Artist Page

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Aug 13, 2011

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  • Video Plays 214
  • Total Fans +1 4,070
  • ReverbNation Fans +1 2,764
  • Facebook Likes 642
  • YouTube Subscribers 164
  • Widget Impressions 131

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