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The scene was 1992 Italy. Two music artists, Stefano Marelli (electric guitar) and Fabio Zuffanti (bass) shaped the group Finisterre. Both had previously performed jointly in Calce and Compasso. They got the name Finisterre through the Latin phrase which means “finite property.” It had been meant to present their purpose to breakdown innovative and musical obstacles. They recruited Boris Valle to try out keyboards and Sergio Grazia on flute. They started a grand intensifying rock/symphonic-oriented task. Their self-titled record was released 3 years later. Just one single season later they implemented up the discharge with In Limine. An record entitled Hostsonaten arrived the same season beneath the banner Finisterre Task. It was in fact a solo record by Zuffanti. He’d do another record under banner Hostsonaten. The group added Andre Orlando on drums by 1997 and in 2 yrs later on released In Ogni Luogo. In 2000, the music group experienced some big staff adjustments. They added Agostino Macor on keyboards, Raffaella Callea on vocals and flute, and Sergio Caputo playing violin. This brought the music group up to six-piece. In 2001, the group experienced a live recording, previously entitled Live in the Progday 1997 reissued as Storybook.

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