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“Eloy Fritsch stands as the greatest Brazilian representative of the progressive eletronic and new age.” Piero Scaruffi´s Encyclopedia of New Music,

“Mythology is a record that I've liked a lot personally. A record more symphonic than anything else creating some beautiful new age sound. Eloy Fritsch has been doing it like this from the beginning and he has become a master with great imagination and colors, you can't ask for more. Don't miss it.” Web site Progvisions - Jordi Costa - June 2002.

“Every track is choc full of sumptuous melodies and luxuriant layers of keyboards. There are many moments of impressionistic ambience but, whilst there are pretty melodies aplenty, it never quite stoops to the cloying sweetness beloved of many New Age artists. I would say that Vangelis was the biggest influence, particularly in the frequent use of choral samples - sometimes approaching the bombastic wallop Vangelis employed on Heaven and Hell, and sometimes more soothing as on his laid back, evocative Oceanic”.
David John Sissons – DPRP

“Eloy offers us an absolutely melodious work, obviously, to the use of a true arsenal of keyboards. In general it consists of compositions very well elaborated that come closer to the atmospheric odysseys of Vangelis and Jarre, as well as to the long electronic-progressive passages of Rick Wakeman.”
Electronic Magazine Subterranea

“Behind the Walls of Imagination - This is a spiritually charged, often powerful instrumental album that maintains a reverent sense of wonder throughout, sort of like the title implies. If you're seeking a definitive crossover disc stradding new age and progressive, here ya go!”
(John Collinge - Progression The Quaterly Journal of Progressive Music -USA -Fall/Winter 1999-2000).

“DREAMS is a dynamite album featuring some of the most dynamic electronic music I've heard. The rhythms are high powered and energetic (hinting at rock), and the melody arrangements are crips and full of bright synthetic tone colors. The recording quality is outstanding as well which gives the music even more punch. Fans of Peru, Schroeder and Garrison take note, this even better."

Archie Patterson/EUROCK CATALOG - Aug/96 – EUA

“Fritsch has found his own style within melodic Electronic Music framework. I think that every EM fan should listen to at least one of his albums. It's a pity that so many listeners want to hear just bland copies of their favourite musicians and somewhat ignore unique talent and music.”
Artemi Pugachov, Encyclopedia of Electronic Music,

“Eloy FRITSCH performs an elegant electronic music that evolves between VANGELIS’ ambient & impressionist electronic, and the synthesised Progressive rock of masters such as Rick WAKEMAN or Patrick MORAZ. With "Space Music", the APOCALYPSE's brazilian keyboards player goes into parts that are worthy of those last two virtuosos.” Musea Editorial Review, 1998.

"Mythology", Eloy Fritsch refines his style which is more impressionist and majestic. This ambitious work justly uses the whole panel of his electronic sounds to depict fifteen tracks exclusively dedicated to the different gods worshipped in the past. The Mesopotamian, Hindu, Amerindian, Inca, African, Greek, Egyptian, Scandinavian, Roman or Chinese are outlined here by an instrumental composition. Thanks to his panoply of keyboards and computers, Eloy FRITSCH has been able to free his imagination. He leads us in a very relaxing trip, in the fantastic world of mythology..
." Musea Editorial Review, 2002.

“The 2003 album is a great one: from the start, the well-named "Atmosphere - Electronic Suite" evokes the excellent "Heaven And Hell" (VANGELIS) opus, with emphatic choirs and majestic orchestral parts. The opus reveals once again the Eloy FRITSCH’s ecological convictions: he presently defends the virtues of the gas envelope that allow everyone to live on Earth: the Atmosphere. Take your tickets to an ocean of happiness !” Musea Editorial Review, 2003.

“Cyberspace - Nicely layered arrangements float serenely by. The emphasis is on orchestral-sounding synthesizers, with soft atmospheric touches. “Lost Paradise” includes majestic rhythms to go along with it, marching triumphantly at a steady pace. The entire work is completely electronic in nature, with a vast array of synthesizers listed in the credits, as well as displayed surrounding the artist on the cover.”
- Phil Derby – Nucleous – The Site of Progressive Music, 2003.


“Eloy Fritsch é um dos destaques no cenário mundial de tecladistas.” Revista Teclado & Áudio, n.88 Fev.2004.

“Atmosphere – um álbum que remete ao Classic Progressive com flerte na música épica, muito bem representada pelos corais e orquestras simuladas. Bom para os ouvidos, excelente para relaxar.” Rodrigo Sabatinelli – Revista Áudio Música & Tecnologia, n. 149 , Fev 2004.

“Eloy Fritsch fugiu do óbvio em todos os sentidos. Nem se ligou à música regionalista, nem optou pelo pop ou MPB – que tem muito mais facilidade de penetração no mercado nacional. Eloy resolveu partir para o diferente e seguiu o caminho da música eletrônica.” Flávia Ruiz - Revista Áudio Música & Tecnologia, n. 113, Fev. 2001.

“Eloy Fritsch é um dos maiores, se não o maior nome do teclado na música progressiva nacional” Thiago Costa – Cover Teclado n. 53, Fev 2001.

“Eloy não precisa mais provar que não fica nada a dever aos melhores tecladistas estrangeiros: ele é um dos melhores. A faixa Atlantis já entrou para a história da música eletrônica, enquanto Aphrodite é uma balada com piano e as influências costumeiras de Vangelis (aliás, quem o Grego não influenciou?). Shiva mostra um trabalho percussivo de extrema beleza, tonando-se um dos pontos altos do disco. Mythology é para ser ouvido muitas e muitas vezes pois - até o momento - trata-se do melhor trabalho de Eloy.” – César Lanzarini, Web Site Rock Progressivo Brasil, 2001.

“Mythology - Não podemos deixar de dizer que, com mais um lançamento essencial como este, o músico é motivo de orgulho para nós brasileiros. Um álbum assim só nos deixa ainda mais entusiasmados...” – Gustavo Ávila – Especial Mythology – Close to the Edge Web Site, 2002.