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Luca Petrosino writes: "I still remember that day, when I went to that music store (now it is unfortunately closed), and saw a mandolin. I was looking for some "ethnic tunes" for my first album as a songwriter and that tiny instrument caught my attention. I ended up buying it and immediately started to study it on my own. Eventually, I got hooked on it's musicality and decided to study it at school. After that decision, my world changed surprisingly. My bond with mandolin became stronger and stronger, and the repertory that I had been discovering became more and more interesting and started to provide more and more gigs all over the country." Gianmarco Volpe writes: "With this album, I am coming back to my origins: classical music and classical guitar. Retracing baroque music's geometries, Romantic lyricism, and melodic and rhythmic twists of Brazilian music, has made me explore many new tonal avenues with the guitar. This instrument is always able to reinvent itself and, thanks to it's popular feature, find it's place within ever-evolving musical styles."