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Bethlehem Struluckt


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Bethlehem Struluckt (September 2, 1988) is a Mexican composer, based in the Instrumental Soundtrack music.

Influenced by composers like Hans Zimmer, Joe Hisaishi, James Newton Howard, Bill Conti, Howard Shore and among other masters of film music.

Starting songs at the age of 17 years, with a project situated in the “Dark Ambient”, who was with whom he toured early composition. Then he ventured to experience different projects in the “New Age”, “Instrumental-Classical”, “IDM-DreamPop” and “Post-Math-Metal.”

Under his stage name, the author has two albums, and is aimed at creating music for movies, since the material is given the title “Original Life Soundtrack.”

According to the author’s ideology, this is a way of performing music that should exist in one’s life. In this sound you can hear the fibers of an emotion full of energy. The songs have been supported in ethnic instruments or chamber instruments, are played by “Bethlehem Struluckt” and in turn by two different ensembles, “Ensemble of Light” and “Ensemble of Thunder,” which he calls “astral beings or interiors. “

This music can no longer be considered “Dark-Ambient” like in his early projects, because although the scenes (as he calls his songs) can come to convey nostalgia and dark, are not intended to stay long in a sense of darkness.

¡Unlabeled dark ambient!

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