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The Hunt is on CD
You can now get The Hunt on CD! It's also available for download or streaming.
Posted in CD, Franco Esteve, Music, Releases, The Hunt on June 16, 2019
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The Hunt is on CD

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The Hunt is on CD! Wow. Love it. Beautiful. Why make a CD in this day and age? Because it’s a beautiful thing with a wonderful booklet you can hold in your hand and show off, that also happens to offer high-quality audio. The 28-page booklet includes the original artwork from each of the songs as well as story blurbs that take you through the music. You can get it on Amazon here: https://amzn.to/2X3UgHi

Thank you to everyone who’s bought it on CD or download, who’s listened to and enjoyed The Hunt on your favorite format or service. 🙂 Prefer digital? Get the booklet as a PDF with your download on Bandcamp and Gumroad. Haven’t listened to the album yet? Go here to find out more or to listen to the concept album. You can also use any of the links below.

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Read the press release (PDF): CLASSICAL CROSSOVER ALBUM, THE HUNT, BRIDGES LIFE AND FILM

What reviewers have said:

“[Franco Esteve] once again forges his intense-storytelling, and vivid imagery-driven compositional skills.”

“The true magic of “The Hunt” is that Franco Esteve, with all his cinematicdexterity did not compose this music as a background to any film. Rather, he composed as a backdrop to life itself.”

Esteve’s music combines the dreamlike quality of Danny Elfman with the more dramatic, and dynamic styles of Hans Zimmer and the pieces here tend to alternate between these two styles with consummate skill.”

“The Hunt” is a remarkable concept album by an immensely talented composer and musician… Franco Esteve could well become one of the more prominent classical crossover composers we currently have around.”JamSphere Magazine review of The Hunt.

“Esteve has composed a glistening tune that is simultaneously diaphanous and sensitive, yet emancipated and emotive.” — Huffington Post review of The Wait, single from The Hunt.

“Franco Esteve has managed to impress with a brief piece that exudes diverse emotions which are contagious. To say his music his cinematic is all too obvious and Esteve’s ability to create simple and emotive musical narratives is a rare gift to be admired. To do it in two minutes is something to behold.” — Jamsphere Magazine review of Quicksand, single from The Hunt.

Here are some quick links to the most popular stores and streaming services:

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The Hunt Modern Classical Music Album Cover

Get The Hunt now! The Hunt is out! Listen to and/or get Franco Esteve’s new, modern classical crossover music album and soundtrack to your life on Amazon (CD or digital), iTunes / Apple Music, BandcampGumroad, Spotify, Deezer, Tidal, GooglePlay, CDBaby, or your favorite online store or streaming service.

More album info here. Get the sheet music on Gumroad or Sheet Music Plus.

Read Jamsphere Magazine’s review of The Hunt here.