The Garden of Emotions

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The Garden of Emotions
Studio album by
GenreElectronic music, new-age, classical, progressive rock
ProducerEloy Fritsch
Eloy Fritsch chronology
Past and Future Sounds 1996–2006
The Garden of Emotions

The Garden of Emotions is a studio album by Brazilian composer and keyboard player Eloy Fritsch. The CD presents symphonic themes with choirs, analog and digital synths dominating. It contains a varied selection of high-energy tracks. Solar Energy introduces a spacier atmosphere, with phasing pads and Berlin School sequences. The Beyond the Mountains is a very cinematic and return to the Classically inspired structures, with an extra Ethnic elements. Electric Light is synthetic with insisting sequences, vocoder and a simple repeating melodic theme. Flute, marimba sound and percussion welcome the coming of Savage before a melodic synth theme appears. Space Station is another foray into a purely synthetic world. The Canyon of Hope finishes this album with flowing synths, symphonic textures and a reflective e-piano. [1] [2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Garden Of Emotions - Part I"
  2. "The Garden Of Emotions - Part II"
  3. "The Garden Of Emotions - Part III"
  4. "The Garden Of Emotions - Part IV"
  5. "The Garden Of Emotions - Part V"
  6. "The Garden Of Emotions - Part VI"
  7. "Lumine Solis"
  8. "Solar Energy"
  9. "Beyond Mountains"
  10. "Electric Light"
  11. "Heaven"
  12. "Savage"
  13. "Space Station"
  14. "The Canyon of Hope"


  • Lauren Veronese – photography
  • Marcos Abreu – engineer
  • Eloy Frirsch – arranger, composer, multi instruments, producer
  • Edgar Franco – illustration


  1. ^ Purgachov, Artemy. "F". Encyclopedia of Electronic Music. Retrieved 8 July 2009.
  2. ^ Discogs. "Discogs". Retrieved 8 July 2015.

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