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Raphaël D. Hardy

Raphaël D. Hardy

Raphaël D. Hardy


Raphaël D. Hardy is a young composer from the peaceful and verdant region of Upper Normandy, France. He is well-known for being a kind boy who watches PIXAR's animated movies while relishing cups of hot chocolate during winter. Considering his hands lack the appropriate amount of dexterity to play the piano, he resorts to composing his music via the computer, using a pianoroll and drawing each note by means of a mouse. If you feel like making a donation Read more on Last.fm
Raphaël D. Hardy is a young composer from the peaceful and verdant region of Upper Normandy, France. He is well-known for being a kind boy who watches PIXAR's animated movies while relishing cups of hot chocolate during winter. Considering his hands lack the appropriate amount of dexterity to play the piano, he resorts to composing his music via the computer, using a pianoroll and drawing each note by means of a mouse.

If you feel like making a donation, feel free to be generous (Raphaël would greatly appreciate and he thanks you guys in advance): http://raphaeldhardy.bandcamp.com/ http://www.jamendo.com/en/artist/Raphael_D._Hardy Anxious to guard the much-sought-after-mystery of his visage, he maintains his enigma through a pathetic Mickey Mouse mask. In the beginning of 2010, he made up his mind to move on to serious matters, and started to compose "The House of Candy" which later became the first song of an EP released on the 13th of September, 2010 titled "Everything That Came Into My Mind". Eager to continue expressing himself through music, he lost no time and released on December 18th 2010, another EP under the name "Wonderful Stories". Continuing on this strain, the 17th of August 2011 found itself blessed (or not) with a new single "Looking at Them from the Top of the Hill" which consists of two songs that had been composed a few months before "The House of Candy". Though he did not intend to release them, the Mickey Mouse masked artist did not want to lose his precious ears in a tussle with his starving, undernourished fans (or not).

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