It turns lighter a minute in. Contrasts continue. Later it seems like each member gets a chance to solo. Good stuff. A good album that just doesn't do a lot for me overall. Well, I'm not sure what happened here, but Asgard are suddenly a primarily heavy metal band! Well, not quite, but much of this puts me in mind of Iron Maiden or similar groups. You must be a forum member to post a review, please register here if you are not.
Copyright Prog Archives, All rights reserved. Sneaking out, he spots the princess across the sea with the aid of a clarinet-telescope, and instantly falls in love with her. He quickly travels across the sea on a xylophone boat to meet her. Their flirting is interrupted, however, when the princess' mother a cello of the Land of Symphony sends her guards to lock the prince in a metronome prison tower. To escape this predicament, he writes a note for help the melody of The Prisoner's Song and passes it to a bird, which brings it to his father a baritone saxophone , who raises the battle cry - a jazz version of the military tune Assembly bugle call.
The Land of Symphony returns fire via organ pipes that rotate into cannons, launching musical interceptors to the refrains of Wagner's The Ride of the Valkyries like the 4th of July Fireworks. CD , Album. Prog Rock. Add Review justinsgaines January 15, Report. Released in , Imago Mundi is the fourth album from Italian neo-progressive rock band Asgard. This album was my first experience with the band, whose sound relies heavily on old school Marillion and Saga. They have a keyboard-driven sound with ethereal vocals, and don't seem prone to much in the way of instrumental excess no minute solos here.
Koss M. Krosse K. Kruppa J. Lohr F. Lutz S. Mack H. Mangold V. Mantei O. Mensing J. Meurer P. Meyer M. Peltner S. Pichireddu A. Reuter J. Rindfrey C. Rode H. Schmidt M. Schoger C.Rezensionen Von: Thorsten Gürntke @ (Rezension 1 von 2) In Italien ist Progressive Rock irgendwie angesagter als anderswo. Wie sonst läßt sich erklären, daß die Italiener sow.