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Gregory Poulin and Herman Ringer Cast a Spell on Listeners with Their New Track ‘A Knight’s Love’


Gregory Poulin and Herman Ringer open a Pandora’s box of beautiful music with their latest release ‘A Knight’s Love’ showcasing their deft handling of classical music.

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(YorkPedia Editorial):- Houston, Texas May 4, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – Guiding listeners into a soundscape of emotions and melody is the hauntingly beautiful and somnolent track by the adroit music artists Gregory Poulin and Herman Ringer, ‘A Knight’s Love’. It is a track crafted to soothe a sore soul and instantly refreshes and uplifts the mood, creating a dreamy musical realm that is really hard to get away from. The inherent softness of melody as it paves its way flawlessly into a serene ambiance of dexterous keys progression and delicately expressive violin maneuvers, shifts the mood into a comforting yet contemplative zone. The timeless beauty of classical music remains intact in each note and brings with it a nostalgic appeal to the track.

‘A Knight’s Love’ truly compels the listeners to give in to the fairy-tale-like aura that the track brings with it, and the images the music creates in their minds are fitted to sync with the setting of a romantic lore or an Austen novel. There is an explicit note of pathos in the composition that pierces right through the hearts of the audience, weaving together layers of emotions. The quieter moments in the track give the impression of a powerful live performance and leaves the listeners wanting more. Check out this glorious piece of music on Spotify along with the other works of Gregory Poulin and Herman Ringer, such as ‘Romancing by Knight’ and ‘Castle Landscape’ on Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube. Follow Poulin on Twitter and Ringer on Twitter and Instagram for more musical updates.

Listen to this Track on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/1baYUOITpGuNUrji85I6Gj

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