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Unforgettable Tribute to a Tragically Young Victim of War – For Polina: Till Tears Run Dry

Dave Mohan’s Contemporary Classical Crossover Item Features Soprano Vocals of Juliet Lyons and Sensitively Mastered by Simon Gibson of Abbey Road Studios

London, United Kingdom

Release Date: 2023-02-17
Check out For Polina: Till Tears Run Dry here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_ZkFTpwG18

For Polina: Till Tears Run Dry is a poignant contemporary classical crossover item by Dave Mohan from London, United Kingdom. Richly orchestrated for piano, horns and orchestral strings, the piece features the flowing lyrical soprano vocals of Juliet Lyons, who has credits that include Disney and many other Hollywood scores.

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The song is a tribute and reflection in music of a life lost, tragically young to the war in Ukraine. Both Latin and English text are interspersed in the lyrics, making it an emotional and immersive experience. The music conjures up a broad cinematic canvas and approaches the spirit of a canticle.

Dave Mohan is an artist, musician and composer who has been producing music for film, television and other media for more than two decades. He has written music for numerous films, television series, commercials and video games, and his work has been featured in many international festivals. His music is a blend of classical, rock, jazz, and world influences and often incorporates elements of electronica, temple and world music.

The piece has been sensitively mastered by Simon Gibson, a British mastering engineer and producer based in London. He is best known for his work at Abbey Road Studios, where he has mastered many albums for major labels.

For Polina: Till Tears Run Dry is an emotional piece of music that is sure to move the listener. With its cinematic scope and rich instrumentation, it is a fitting tribute to the life of a tragically young victim of war.