Today I’m presenting you to the latest track by the Italian composer Mattia Cupelli. I have previously written about another rework from Mattia, which can be found here, and here’s another one!
The track Stay was released as a single on the 2nd of July, 2020.
Tell us something about your track Stay!
“Stay – Rework” is part of a new project named “Rework” with includes several old pieces recomposed in my actual style.This one is really really different from his original version from my old EP “Frammenti” that featured a string orchestra, differently from the rework, who inherit just a melody and creates new musical phrases around it.The main soft piano phrases embraces the concept melody, until lost and far remembrance piano sounds come in on the flow, as memories from the past. I might say that the mood is the opposite from his original version but maintaining the same melody.Positive and bright in the original “Stay” version, and reflective and meditating on this “Rework”This is the idea behind the track, have a main line and create around it, and lost it in the end.
Thank you Mattia!
Today I’m introducing you to the track Intimacy by the Italian composer Mattia Cupelli from Rome.
The track Intimacy was released as a single on June 11th of 2020, but is a reworked version. The original track was released on the album After the rain back in 2018.
Tell us something about your track Intimacy!
The song is about the intimate space with your most beloved person. I tried to let the sound flow these feelings with the slow soft piano I recorded in my home studio during the pandemic emergency. I think my emotion about this situation and the needs to stay with my loved ones took me to this sound. Also, the track is a Rework of the original 2018 track “Intimacy” focused on a more ambient sound, different from the new one with is only played on the piano.In the remake process I simplify the sound removing all the sounds around, digging in the melody idea and focusing on it, amplifying it through a deep bass piano overtones and a really really absorbed violin in the background.
Thank you Mattia!