Julia Thomsen Releases New Song ‘Eternal Love’
Julia Thomsen once again captivates with her latest enchanting composition, ‘Eternal Love‘. This new offering features the exceptional talents of renowned harpist Kirsten Agresta Copely. Based in New York, Kirsten is an internationally acclaimed harpist with a decorated career in TV/film, recordings, and live performances.
With a track record that boasts over 6 million Spotify streams, numerous national radio plays, and appearances in leading British TV programmes, Julia Thomsen is a well-known composer in her own right. Also, her ‘Eternal Love‘ serves as a delightful departure from the monotony and stress of everyday life, offering a soothing and immersive experience for the senses.
The composition is a graceful fusion of piano tones, live strings, and the mesmerising sound of the harp. Julia Thomsen’s keen sense of melody and arrangement shines through. Moreover, it creates a soundscape of harmonies that transport us to a world of natural wonder and beauty.
From the very first notes, ‘Eternal Love‘ establishes a serene ambiance that gently envelops us, providing a respite from the demands of the outside world. Also, the delicate interplay between the piano and the harp creates a sense of fluidity and elegance, as if nature itself were orchestrating the music.
Julia Thomsen’s composition is infused with a profound appreciation for the world around us. Also, through the interwoven melodies, one can almost hear the rustle of leaves, the gentle sway of flowers, and the whispers of a serene forest. Moreover, it evokes a sense of connection with the natural world, reminding us of the beauty that surrounds us.
In collaboration with Kirsten Agresta Copely, Julia crafts a truly mesmerizing piece that transcends boundaries and speaks to the soul.
You can take a listen to ‘Eternal Love’ by Julia Thomsen here.
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