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Bask In "Days of Red Wine Roses," With Stefano Freddi



Stefano Freddi is a Jazz-Blues Pianist who has been playing the piano since he was 6 years old. He is bringing the classical-age piano into a beautiful continuation of artistry through his latest song, “Days of Wine and Roses."


Stefano, who graduated from E.F Dall’Abaco State Conservatory of Music in Verona and had his first concert at 14 years old, has been a keyboard player and pianist in many pop orchestras and jazz bands, has recently started his solo career - garnering up 70k listens on Spotify since his debut. Showing there is still a need for timeless, classic piano players.


The song “Days of Wine and Roses” is a song that encapsulates an easy-going and warm time in our lives, and this song has that easy-listening feel accompanied by romance. There's something about this music that is both calming and invigorating. Stefano has a way of transporting the listener to another place, where the worries of the world fade away, and all that remains is the purity of the moment.


This song is the perfect easy-going romantic tune. With its simple, flowing melody, it is sure to please any listener. The harmonies are light and airy, giving the song a sense of calmness. The overall feel of the piece is one of peace and happiness. It's the perfect song to relax to or to use as background music for a romantic evening.


There's something about piano music that just speaks to the soul. It's a beautiful, emotive instrument that can convey a range of human emotions, from happiness and joy to sadness and despair. And when a song is performed with skill and passion, it can be truly magical.


This particular song, “Days of Wine and Roses,” is a beautiful example of the power of this instrument. The melody is haunting and emotive, and the way the notes echo and linger in the air is really quite beautiful. The impact of this song is powerful and moving, and it's sure to stay with you long after you've heard it.


Wrap yourself up in Stefano Freddi’s “Days of Wine and Roses,” now available on all streaming platforms.



A warm welcome to BuzzMusic Stefano Freddi, and congratulations on your brilliant new single, "Days of Wine and Roses." What was the most rewarding part about creating "Days of Wine and Roses"? What did you appreciate most about creating the single?


The most rewarding part for me was dealing with the power of love songs. The lyrics of this Henry Mancini’s tune are great and amazing. I tried to put all this romanticism into music; It was not so easy because I played the instrumental version, but I hope to have succeeded. I think that emotions and feelings are often underestimated in our new modern world, so crazy, fast, and changing, so I used to stop this rushing sometimes and listen to what I felt; after that, I usually feel better. So why not share this?


What impact do you hope "Days of Wine and Roses" has on your audience?


Feeling alright, feeling better, feel free. I hope these songs can accompany a new love, remember a past love, or soothe the loss of a love. I hope that people listen freely to the music and enjoy it.


How does "Days of Wine and Roses" contrast your previous releases? How does this song stand out in terms of sound and concepts?


I used to match paintings or visual arts with my songs like I did with Five Notes Symphony The Murderer’s Tale in 2021 and with Deep Soul just some months ago. Still, in this case, I’d like to lead the listener to a simple scenario in which, in the center, the listener can reflect, get excited, and can live his feelings to the full. The sound is real, not felted. A pure acoustic Yamaha C7 Grand Piano recorded at Digitube Studio Mix & Mastering by Carlo Cantini in Mantua (Italy), nothing else. There are no tricks.


What was your songwriting process like for "Days of Wine and Roses?" Would you say it was rather cathartic, considering your performance is so passionate and eager?


Yes, I mean in the sense of purification and redemption and also emotional maturity. I love this song, so I always played it. I try to keep the melody above. I try to respect what the composer said. So I made some choices in harmony and matched the melody; I try to use some music thrills of that historical period. I was born in 1983, but I really like the music of the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s, so it was quite natural. So step by step, I put the pieces together.


What's next for you?


A lot of things! I’m working on other instrumental songs with some Italian artists. I’m also working on another EP like my latest release with some jazz and some pop tunes, so there are a lot of things that I would like to do, and I think that at the end of summer, I will release almost one of these and not so far the other.


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