Marc Corominas has been composing, working and evolving his music materials over 20 years, taking some great composers like Vangelis, Beethoven, Mehldau and others into the classical, jazz and electronic scenario, as reference.

In 1977 Marc starts to learn music theory and piano in Marshall Academy. Then, In 1983, he starts to work and explore with piano improvisations, seeking his own sound and playing freely and continuously. In this way it could emerge suddenly the very first ideas that he would use in a near future.

In 1988, he begins to learn and explore by himself some instruments: fiddle, whistle, flute, mandolin... At this time he bought his first synthesizers and electronic instruments that would be worth to developing his own sounds.

Temporarily Marc explored the folk and Celtic Music and played with playing guitar and fiddle, even the tin whistle. That was a great point to growing the expression capabilities with other such different instruments.

While he continues composing with synthesizers, he starts to learn jazz style and enjoys listening some great jazz composers and jazz players, like Oscar Peterson, Bill Evans, Miles Davis, Kenny Barron... so the Jazz style became another big reference.

Marc bought an accordion and an electric mandolin and practised some jazz standards with them, with the look of some modern jazz music teachers at the Master of Music Therapy in Barcelona. At this time, thanks to these teachers, Marc was able to improve its knowledge of harmony and instrumental improvisations. Thanks to these new experiences, he used the jazz and funk influences in some own compositions.

For many years, Marc worked (and still does) as music therapist in some elderly care centres, and worked with some electronic music resources with therapeutic purposes. He focused his work on elderly people, most of them with severe diseases.

Marc Corominas receives in the last years his last bigger and deepest influence: classical music from the great German symphonic composers: Wagner, Beethoven, Mozart.. All of this means for him a strong incentive... and also a such a great inner transformation.

Now, he is focused in developing other styles such as commercial, ambient, children music, etc.

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120 02:02

Instrumental music made for piano and orchestra. The music is lead by the piano at the start with the main notes and rhythm of the composition. The mood is happy, cheerful and the rhythm is like a Christmas dance. This music describes a very happy and uplifting Christmas scene. The style is very near to classical soundtrack music, and fits perfect in happy, optimistic and very positive and emotional Christmas scenes.

150 03:40

Instrumental music made for piano and orchestra. The music starts with the piano playing the main notes of the composition. The incorporation of the orchestral instruments and percussion increases the global energetic feeling. The style is influenced by  some of the most recognised minimal authors, such as Philip Glass and others. The mood is uplifting and depicts a very positive scene where something is growing; a community, a city. Perfect in films, documentaries, podcast and advertising.

120 03:29

Epic and war scene with a good end. Tense situation with some celtic soldiers preparing for the fight. Instrumental orchestral music, with a celtic tune at the end.

80 02:07

Instrumental music made for piano solo. The style is a mix between classical with strong influences from middle east and arabic culture. The mood is emotional but melancholic and the rhythm is calm, slow with dynamics and expressiveness. This music fits perfect for scenes with exotic topics, mostly from arabic culture, with important sentimental and emotional components.

140 02:55

Instrumental music made for piano solo. The genre is a Classical Waltz, and the mood is emotional and sentimental, with a nice elegant touch on the piano. The music has plenty of expressiveness, starting with a melancholic feeling but sometimes changing to something more dynamic in several points. Summarizing, this piece is alive!

90 02:31

Instrumental music made for acoustic instruments. The music is lead by a piano, which starts the main notes of the composition, playing the main rhythm. Later other acoustic instruments like guitars and strings are incorporated, giving the music more harmony and body. The style is almost new age or ambient and fits very well in calm and relaxing scenes.

120 01:14

Classical composition for piano solo. Inspired from Chopin compositions. Very soft, calm, romantic and nice. Descriptive and emotional, his melody and style recalls the 1800s times in large halls from king’s palace.

140 02:47

Instrumental music made for piano and melodic percussions. The mood is playful, positive and upbeat, and the rhythm is happy and joyful. The music starts with the piano, playing the main notes and rhythm, and later it is supported by melodic percussions and a bright piano. Then gains energy with the incorporation of acoustic percussion in the background, and some fun violin pizzicatos. This music fits very well in scenes with positive and cheerful topics, even corporate and advertising, drawings and funny projects, even for children topics.

100 01:27

Acoustic folk music, composed for accordion, guitar, mandolin and wind instruments. Very nice, calm and relaxed, descriptive, this track is very good for happy and calm scenes in film, series and nature scenarios. Also good in all kind of productions on scenes with same moods.

80 02:18

Very slow soothing jazz track, composed for muted trumpet, saxophones, piano and brush drums. The mood is quiet, relaxing and calm, some nostalgy and melancholy, even sexy and erotic purposes. Good for productions with urban and relaxing topics. also for other media with soothing and peaceful moods probably in the night and maybe under blankets!

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