Looking back at the music I have written over the past 25 years I notice that every album has its distinct and specific physiognomy.
I also see each piece as the chapter of a novel, because I've always composed music that could be enjoyed as single songs but also as if they were part of a larger musical architecture.
Every time I also notice that each of my albums contains one or more highlights that has captured the attention of the listeners more than others have. Sometimes, beyond my intentions, some pieces became all-time favourites and the only ones to be played on the radio. I have realized that this seems to be the destiny for most of the composers' repertoire, with any kind of genre. Beside those few hits, the rest more or less live in the shadows.
With these thoughts in mind I have selected some pieces from different albums and film scores that have been kept more hidden than others, hoping to reveal some of the pieces that I consider as an important part of my repertoire. For me it was nice to look back, brush up my memories, being surprised and somehow rediscover myself, and compose a new necklace made of stones of my past.