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01  Creation     [3:32]

02  This Is Forever     [4:34]

03  Romance     [8:09]

04  Remember Me Like This     [4:33]

05  Reminiscence     [2:55]

06  Infinity     [3:35]

07  Oceanic     [7:01]

08  Eternity     [3:51]

09  Reflection     [2:15]

10  Eternal Return     [4:30]

Words & Music by Metasonica (Boris Bryan Berlin & Zenon Marko)

Published by Berlin By Night & Disreality

•*02 “This Is Forever” melody fragments of “Toccata and Fugue in D minor” (BWV. 565) by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

•*03 “Romance” based on “Adagio in G minor by Albinoni, arranged by Giazotto” by Tomaso Albinoni (1671-1751) and Remo Giazotto (1910-1998)

•*04 “Reminiscence” based on Prelude Opus 28 No. 4 in Em, Largo, by Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849) 06 “Eternity” features the complete Gregorian sequence chant for the feast of Easter

•*09 “Reflection” based on Prelude Opus 28 No. 20 in Cm, Largo, by Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849)

Produced by Metasonica

Violin: Gloria Justen

Oboe: Alexandra Knoll

Piano (on Reminiscence): Nga Lai

Spoken Vocals (English): Karen Sholto

Spoken Vocals (French): Nitsa Benchetrit

Chant (on Eternity): Erik-Peter Mortensen

All other instruments and programming: Metasonica

All tracks mixed by Metasonica.

Mix assistance by Peter Monk on tracks 1, 2, 4.

Recorded, produced, engineered, mixed, and mastered at Studio BBP & Disreality, New York.

Cover artwork and graphic design by Rei Perovic.


Classica is a musical meditation on time and eternity. Music, while performed and listened to in time, itself exists as a timeless and spaceless mystery. Universal themes occur in the music of all times and cultures: sonnets to beauty and romance, the melancholy recognition of transience, hope and longing for transcendence and redemption. In this spirit, this work aims to harmonize many disparate genres, worldviews, and ideas, seeking the common element, the absolute, the one that underlies and unifies the many.  With Classica, Metasonica seeks the harmony between Western Classical music, other traditional music forms of the world, and modern styles.

- Metasonica, March 2014


We would like to thank all our great musicians, our families, and all those who have provided us with great encouragement and support.

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(© Metasonica)

In the beginning, there was only the silence

In the endless darkness of formless chaos

Until, at last, the sound began

Sending waves out into the infinite

Creating the world, the sun, and the stars

Arranging existence into harmony

The sound became music

The music of this universe

Reveals all that words cannot express

Of hope, of loss, of transcendence

Of what was and always will be

Of what is real... and what is a dream


This is the past

This is the future

This is forever


(Gregorian Chant, Latin)

Victimae paschali laudes

immolent Christiani.

Agnus redemit oves:

Christus innocens Patri

reconciliavit peccatores.

Mors et vita duello

conflixere mirando:

dux vitae mortuus,

regnat vivus.

Dic nobis Maria,

quid vidisti in via?

Sepulcrum Christi viventis,

et gloriam vidi resurgentis:

Angelicos testes,

sudarium, et vestes.

Surrexit Christus spes mea:

praecedet suos in Galilaeam.

[Credendum est magis soli

Mariae veraci

Quam Judaeorum Turbae fallaci.]

Scimus Christum surrexisse

a mortuis vere:

tu nobis, victor Rex, miserere.



(© Metasonica)

Remember me… like this

Close your eyes

Close your eyes

You will see

Remember me… like this

Close your eyes


(© Metasonica)


C'est seulement le commencement.

C'est le passé.

C'est l'avenir

C'est pour toujours.


C'est seulement le commencement.

Il n'y a pas de fin.

C'est pour toujours.


C'est pour toujours.


Translation [English]

This is only the beginning.

This is the past.

This is the future.

This is forever.


This is only the beginning.

There is no end.

This is forever.


This is forever.


Release Date: March 20, 2014