Just Nathaniel - Aunt Diana
There’s a beautiful blend of ambience and neo-classical work within Just Nathaniel’s song, “Aunt Diana” from his latest release, A Suite for Old Age.
The composer and producer has quite the accomplished career as a professional violinist and has crafted work for various films, commercials and live events. While listening through his latest release, I’m struck by the warmth that stems from his violin and how perfectly balanced it is with the piano notes that echo in the distance. “Aunt Diana” is a short and captivating song that anyone can love and appreciate.
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