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So finally, we are now working on the last song which is actually the first song.


Yes, Tu Punto Final/Only One, the last song will be the first song that I release in Spanish and then later in English in January 2023.

My team is furiously working behind the scenes to make it all happen.

And me too!

This song has a lot of arpeggios (any chord that is played one note at a time, instead of all of the notes at the same time) which makes singing the melody over them rather challenging or my case, I love a challenge!

But what this song REALLY has is one of my loves, Ludwig Van Beethoven! We incorporated Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata's First Movement in the key of C-sharp minor in the intro.

We decided to incorporate it because of my love for classical music and opera. It is the classical motif in this song, and it works so well that you almost don't notice that it is from the master Beethoven.

It's one of my favorites of all Beethoven's piano sonatas. It is a profound meditation of the soul. It captures my imagination like no other pieces of classical music!

The legend is that Beethoven was first inspired to write this sonata while teaching in Hungary. He penned it in 1801 as Quasi Una Fantasia, Op. 27, No. 2 and dedicated in 1802 to his pupil Countess Giulietta Guicciardi.

The historically famous "Moonlight Sonata" title came about 5 years after Beethoven's death in 1827. In 1832 the music critic of the time, Ludwig Rellstab, thought that the piece reminded him of the moon's reflection on Lake Luzern in Switzerland.


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