In 2001 and after a quite long break devoted to his studies, his work as a teacher as well as to composing, he decides to compile and re-record a series of themes composed from 1990 onwards. In May 2002, the CD is issued in mp3.com under the title of “Música Vespertina (Evening Music)”. During that same year, several of its songs are worldwide top of the charts in New Age lists. In October 2002, he also issues “Jardín de Santos (Garden of Saints)”, incidental music from the museum in Alicante which carries the same name.
Several songs in these CDs were chosen to be part of different music compilations in the United States, more precisely in the independent record companies REEL SOUND OF MUSIC and WOOD AND WIRE MUSIC In 2001, he founded Quorum, a group which created versions for piano, voice and cello. In December 2003, the magazine Future Music publishes “Imaginary Landscape II” in its attached CD, and the theme turns to be worldwide number two in Ambient list in Soundclick.com. Since the disappearance of mp3.com in October 2003, the main site of Joaquín Taboada’s music is Soundclick.com, worldwide top web site in independent music. Since then, the songs entitled “Alas (Wings)”, “Calma(Calm)”, “Pachelbel’s Canon in 3” and “Arrebato (May Colours)” have been worldwide top hits in this web site. In 2004 begins another promising stage marked by the publication of the Cd "INTROSPECTIVE" by the Label Non Profit Music. This work is a compilation of songs composed from 1990 onwards, picked up in a numbered special edition and signed that it also includes a data track with scores, pictures and mp3s.
All the benefits of the sale of this Cd go to Doctors Without Borders in Spain. "Introspective" is available on line in El Corte Inglés . Also in April of this year it has taken place the presentation of the new formation of Stultifera Navis, with 7 musicians, including the voice of Priscilla Hernandez. The first concert has been carried out in the Auditory Barañain (Navarra), with great success and it has been recorded in video. Very soon these images will be available in the web of Non Profit Music.
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