Eine Kleine Nachtmusik K525 (Allegro) Mozart – Skylark

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik K525 (Allegro) Mozart - Skylark
Skylark was founded by Antonini in 1994 with the intent of exploring several musical styles in one project.[1] After adding four members, the group recorded the 1995 album The Horizon and the Storm, the first of a series of yearly releases. From 1996 they released on the Italian label Underground Symphony. The 1997 released Dragon’s Secrets received several positive reviews in metal magazines.[2] Antonini also recorded a solo effort, When Water Became Ice, in 1998 in between Skylark releases. In 1999, they released the first of a two album project, The Divine Gates; the second half was released the following year. The group had several of their albums released in Japan, where they found critical success, particularly in the music magazine Burrn!.[3] They toured Europe in 2000 playing in Germany and headlined at the Rock Machina 2000 festival in Spain.[3] After 2001’s The Princess Day, the group embarked on a world tour, including dates in Japan.[1] The group then went on a short hiatus, returning in 2004 with Wings, featuring Kiara the new vocalist. After three albums on Scarlet Records, they contracted with Underground Symphony again in 2006. In 2007, they continued the Divine Gates project with a third release “The last gate”. In 2007 “The last gate” hit the HMV Japanese Rock and Pop charts at #3 only behind Bon Jovi and Dream Theater staying in the Top 50 for several weeks. In January 2008, Skylark played the longest Pan China tour of History for a western band. They