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Sabine is Released for Valentine's by Silentaria Electronic Music

February 7, 2013 | By Marian
For celebrating Valentine's Day and honoring Romain Rolland's birthday, Rixa White; the masked musician and poet behind Silentaria Electronic Music; calls a lost love to life by releasing a romance single track named "Sabine".

This contemporary instrumental love lament was formed in Rixa White's mind while he was reading Romain Rolland's Nobel Prize winner novel, Jean-Christophe. He composed Sabine single track with a profound sense of drama and romanticism, which differs from his usual contemplative, melodic synthesizer music. The music base is piano and violin, mixed with choirs and flute for creating a romantic blend of passion and melancholy.

True love never dies and in his desperate desire to snatch her from destruction, in need of denying her death, Rixa White tells Sabine love story through harmonies and rhythms. "Sometimes a patch of sky, large, pale blue like Sabine eyes reconnects one to an old memory. Like Jean-Christophe, I've dedicated this song to her and strove to call her to life in my music." said Rixa White.

Lyrics are wonderful for expressing emotions, but to recall the unique personal memory of being in love for each listener and to awake a lost love story buried deeply inside, Rixa White has chosen to release Sabine as a Romance Electronic music track without lyrics.

Sabine track is available for FREE DOWNLOAD at http://www.facebook.com/Silentaria.Sabine

Watch Sabine trailer at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPgvABVxKRA

For more information please visit "Sabine" page at: http://www.silentaria.com/Sabine/



About Jean-Christophe: Jean-Christophe (1904 -1912) is the novel in ten volumes by Romain Rolland for which he received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1915. It was translated into English by Gilbert Cannan. The central character, Jean-Christophe Krafft, is a German musician, a composer of genius whom Romain Rolland called: "Beethoven in the modern world".

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