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David Bruehwiler fuses classical and jazz on passionate single "Fantasy for Barbara"
(Published: October 03, 2016)

David Bruehwiler masterfully created a poignant and evocative song in "Fantasy for Barbara." He effortlessly fuses classical and jazz elements, giving birth to an intricately composed piece that's full of emotion.

Bruehwiler doesn't hold back in this track. Listeners will feel the intensity of the message he wants to convey. From passionate love to unbearable heartache, "Fantasy for Barbara" will tug all the right strings in your heart and soul.

A song of layered emotions, "Fantasy for Barbara" will make you smile and cry the same way you did when you watched movies with a heart-wrenching plot twist after taking you to an almost happily ever-after ride. This song starts strong like a rush of emotions that is so powerful and beautiful.

Bruehwiler takes you to a trip down memory lane with his magical piano ripples, flooding your consciousness with happy moments before it strips off the veil and reveals reality. The song will make you feel the tension between staying and leaving.

It comes full circle in the end with its all too familiar melody, recreating the same feeling of coming home to those arms you've grown accustomed to despite its imperfections. It makes you secure again despite the uncertainty and hope that the same melody, memory, and magic will always be more than enough.

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