Fallen Leaves

by Benedict Roff-Marsh

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  • Immediate download of 25-track album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.

    Included are 2 printable CD covers and 2 Bonus Tracks.

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about

I have cast the asteroids as being like leaves that fall and blow around the tree, seemingly waste but having a life and romance of their own.

This is a double album. Tracks for the first disc are named after actual asteroids and offer a link to the relevant Wikipedia article. The second disc is sub-titled "retrograde" and the tracks are generally conceptual.

- Fallen Leaves : tracks 1-12
- Fallen Leaves (retrograde) : tracks 14-23

"Some argue that electronic music is not real music, but after listening to 2 Pallas, I am mesmerized by its delicate composition...and this really is a musical composition that any electronic producer can appreciate. So much going on and so much thought in your sound design and placement of notes and transitions. I'm going to have to revisit this whenever I need to calm down and breathe a bit. One of the most polished sounds I've experienced in the forum." - Techfix

"What a beautiful collection of your fabulous music. It's a pleasure to hear - everything is full and rich with ample space for clarity! I am def gonna pay the meager $5 for this, it's worth much more. Thanks for your wonderful music." - Chris
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Thanks to Dell (my partner) for the album title. The working title, "Cosmic Rubbish" seemed to lack elegance. Thanks also to Sylvia (my Mother) for the drawing of the leaf.

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released 01 November 2010

All sounds, composition and production by Benedict Roff-Marsh using Propellerheads Reason + Record. Cover drawing by Sylvia Roff-Marsh.

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Benedict Roff-Marsh Brisbane, Australia

I bought my first keyboard in 1988 and set about learning how it worked as I had always loved music. I was working as a sound engineer in a studio and figured that knowing how to program the synths would be a good skill. I ended up making my own music as well as the sounds.

After around 25 years and around that many albums this is the music that I make. It is my style.
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