Komosa – Brahms Hungarian Dance no 1 in G Minor

Komosa has released a few classical tunes performed on synthesizers, reminiscent of Wendy Carlos, Giorgio Moroder and Jean-Michel Jarre in places.

“I live in Cambridge, UK. I had piano lessons for ten years and managed a record shop for a while. I’ve been making music on the computer since the mid nineties under the name “Komosa“, mostly intelligent techno, trance, electronica etc but still nostalgic for the old fashioned synth music from the 70s and 80s (I’m old enough to remember it from when I was a kid). I have a few albums already on Spotify and iTunes etc of original productions”.

Support Komosa:
https://komosa.bandcamp.com/album/synthesizer-classics
https://www.facebook.com/komosamusic
https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Komosa_Synthesizer_Classics?id=Bm45fc7nj5rfinyiczo6leqmcqu
https://open.spotify.com/album/1FrjJAhqmKeG84pNZhUR6j
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Synthesizer-Classics-Komosa/dp/B077WJR4SH
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/synthesizer-classics/1316792269

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