Julia Thomsen Radiates With ‘Tender Love’
The piece ‘Tender Love‘ by Julia Thomsen uplifts us and whisks us away on a journey thanks to its serene texture and majestic quality in every respect. It is just one of many releases that the award-winning composer based in London has made, and her stratospheric rise to prominence over the past few years — which includes over 3 million Spotify streams — demonstrates that she is not going anywhere anytime soon!
‘Tender Love‘ offers a delightful distraction from the stresses and upheaval that can occur in everyday living. The sound is also devoid of tension; the shimmering warmth of the opening chord of the piano draws us in. Julia gives a flawless performance, allowing her inner bubbly nature to shine through throughout the entirety of the delivery. Because the composer’s emotions and thoughts are communicated through her touch, the music speaks for itself without the use of words. It is the case with many other pieces that are comparable to it.
The composition doesn’t actually alter all that much as it progresses. But, the accumulation of piano arrangements lends the meeting more gravitas. In point of fact, it sounds complete enough on its own. As a result, there is no requirement for a significant amount of additional action to be added into the mix. In addition, this style of music does not require an enormous amount of production because many of Julia’s older works serve as examples of the result is often better when the music is gentle and gradual in its progression.
You can take a listen to ‘Tender Love‘ here.
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