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Harald Peterstorfer teams up with Ali Angerer on deeply beautiful 'Songbook'
(Published: April 21, 2017)

There aren't too many albums that can provide entertainment as well as inner peace. On Songbook, Ali Angerer (tuba/hammered dulcimer) and Harald Peterstorfer (guitar) join artistic forces to brew a collection of deeply beautiful songs that bring comfort and joy to listeners.

The twelve original tracks connect to the emotions with sweet acoustic hooks. "Nightline" is among the more guitar-centered of the tunes on Songbook, showcasing the deft skills of Peterstorfer; his mastery of the instrument is very much evident. Like its title, it is perfectly suited for an evening stroll; the melodies are relaxing, spellbinding, and charismatic. It can be compared to a lullaby, singing you to a good night's sleep.

"Askim" is a Turkish word for friend or lover. It certainly fits the bill because the music from the cut shows care and love that can be dedicated to someone. Its music video of a boat journey also adds a dramatic effect on the song. It is hypnotizing and gorgeous.

"Traumline" unveils the stellar talents of both artists as their sharp knowledge and talent of the tuba and guitar shows that they are on a different level. There is also a video that can serve as a proof of their creative brilliance on their respective instruments.

Overall, the Songbook album is a collection of music that can be played everywhere but is most effective in an intimate setting.

More Information: http://haraldpeterstorfer.com

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