Feelinks nominated as Album of the Year 2012 by SoloPiano.com

11th January 2013

The solo piano album Feelinks composed and produced by José Manuel Quintana Cámara has been nominated by SoloPiano.com as the Best Album of the Year 2012 in the category "Classical / Modern Classical". Read more below or in SoloPiano.com.

Feelinks - J. M. Quintana Cámara

The 2012 SoloPiano.com Album of the Year Nominations

2012 was another tremendous year of solo piano music, compositions, stories, and achievements. All artists who submitted their music to SoloPiano.com in 2012 should be proud of their creative accomplishments! The fact is that the solo piano genre is thriving throughout the world and the below are just a few of the many notable productions...the many dreams being accomplished and shared.

As always, albums submitted at the beginning of 2012, (which may have been recorded prior to that year) were also considered for this year's solo piano album of the year nominations.

2012 "Classical / Modern Classical" Album of the Year Nominees

  • 11 Pieces on The Piano - Benjamin Dunnett
  • Light and Dark - Gary Girouard
  • Feelinks - J.M Quintana Camara
  • Key of Dreams - Galya
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"We found 'From the Top of the Cliff' in a Creative Commons music website as we were looking for instrumental music for an experimental and risky (in production and filming timing, basically) short film. We needed music that worked out correctly in a script that revolved around drama, fantasy and oneiric. We needed it to provide some rhythm too, because our idea was that the whole short film (which lasts 3 minutes and a half) would be accompanied by music. This piece from J. M. Quintana Cámara, mixed with another one from another author, gave us the perfect combination, which helped us to reinforce our main character feelings in each moment of the story and to mark each change (as there are many temporal flashbacks and flashforwards). 'From the Top of the Cliff' has a melancholic and epic essence, which provides an aura of mystery and light at the same time, that Helena, the main character, needs to move forward in his way to freedom. We are aware that 'La Luz Atrapada' was a complicated project because of the story complexity and the limited time we had to explain it. For this reason choosing a good music was key and we want to thank J. M. Quintana Cámara for giving his music up to our humble project, and we will be pleased to count on his work in the future, because everything he creates is a masterpiece." ~Ariadna Vidal, Filmmaker, Spain
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