Monday, 19 January 2015

Symphonies with organ

When it comes down to designing covers for classical music albums/CD's, there are four schools of thought. The first has a simple policy: just take a classical painting and we are ready. The second focuses on a photograph of the main artist or conductor. The third actually tries to make something fitting and special (these end up in my other blog). And then there is the fourth group who apparently generated a random image for the cover. Such as this one. It is a decent simple painting of a train passing the signals in the night, but it has nothing whatsoever to do with the music, powerful works for organ and symphony orchestra. First seen here.