Israeli Musician Reginiano’s new single “Time to Let Go” expresses profound truths without saying a word
Israeli Musician Reginiano‘s new single “Time to Let Go” expresses profound truths without saying a word, leaving much of the expression to the guitar and ney (flute). In an ever-changing world often chasing short-term validation, this music harkens back to a time when people looked to their musicians for healing and a reflection of the timeless. Serene and peaceful, the music video captures the uplifting essence of the song. The music video was shot at Apollonia National Park in Israel, near a beach and an old mosque surrounded by historical artifacts.
“Time to Let Go” by Reginiano, a captivating blend of guitar and ney that will transport you to the vast desert landscapes of the Middle East. The guitar’s warm, rich tones provide a solid foundation for the soaring melodies of the ney, a traditional Arabic flute. As the music builds, the two instruments interweave in a mesmerizing dance, evoking the golden hues of a desert sunrise.
Whether you’re a fan of instrumental music or simply looking for something new and unique, “Time to Let Go” is a must-listen. So sit back, relax, and let the music transport you to faraway lands.”
Both strikingly beautiful and artistically disarming, this composition is for deep thinkers everywhere. The message behind the song is to accept life and learn to let go when you find yourself swimming against the tides.
Official Website: https://www.reginiano.com
Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@EReginiano
Artist Contact Email: email@example.com
Single’s Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/7Er_TLENpbE
Israeli media link: https://patiphon.co.il/music/cvz4770FXO
Eyal Reginiano, known professionally as Reginiano, is an award-winning Israeli musician.
Reginiano is self-taught, but also studied at the Rimon School of Music and under the tutelage of renowned composer Noam Sheriff.
Reginiano’s music is a unique blend of various genres, including folk, rock, jazz, classical, and world music.
He is a multi-talented musician who writes, composes, and arranges his own music, and plays a variety of instruments, sings, and works with other performers.
In 2010, Reginiano released his debut album, “My Unpolished Diamond,” which featured musicians such as Meir Israel and Ofer Pinhas. Two years later, he released his second album, “Alina,” a concept album with five chapters that combined folk, tango, and classical music.
In 2013, Reginiano won the Rimon College Composers Contest with his piece “Thinking of Chopin.” The following year, he released an animated video, “Ein Od Milvado,” which was a satire about human society and how it acts like a herd without thinking for itself.
In 2015, Reginiano wrote music for and performed with the modern acapella choir, Vocalocity. The group performed in Israel and Denmark.
In 2016, he released his album “Black n Grey” which featured musicians such as Michael Haran, Victor Stanislavsky, and Keren Hadar.
Since 2019, Reginiano has released several singles that have received international recognition and awards from cities such as Los Angeles, Paris, Berlin, Munich, Dubai, and Tokyo. In 2020, the song and music video “Home Again” featuring Keren Hadar was released during the COVID-19 quarantines and won best COVID film and best music in Tokyo’s International Cosmopolitan Film Festival. In 2021, the song “Turning Dark” featuring singer Morten Kjær was released and won multiple international awards.
For his live concerts, Reginiano founded the Reginiano Project and Trio, featuring virtuoso musicians on vocals, guitar, cümbüs saz, piano, violin, contrabass, and drums. Reginiano continues to write and release music that pushes boundaries and is truly one-of-a-kind. His unique sound and style have earned him a place in the hearts of music lovers around the world.
Eyal Reginiano – Guitar, Vocal, Sazbush, Double Bass, Cello, Percussion
Niri Sadeh – Ney
Yehonatan Luger – Violin
Chen Biran – Viola
Producer Name(s): Eyal Reginiano