"Piensa que lo lograrás" is the single of the album "Fuerza de Voluntad" by Miguel Angel González Aguado. "Piensa que lo lograrás" is published since the 5 of April of 2018 on internet stores see list. "Fuerza de Voluntad" and the rest of his records are also available there. "Piensa que lo lograrás" is a composition for violins 1st and 2nd, violas, cellos and double basses 1st and 2nd. Miguel Angel González Aguado is the author of this composition and all that his records have.
"Piensa que lo lograrás" is also included in his album Fuerza de Voluntad as track no. 7, since it's the single. Both recordings (track and single) are identical although the single comes in the format of an independent record. The price difference between just buying track no. 7 (about 0,99 €) or the single (about 1,29 €) is very little in some stores may be even less.
"Piensa que lo lograrás" is the second longest composition by Miguel Angel González Aguado so far recorded of 6:37 minutes duration. "Con Esfuerzo" lasts 7:38, it's the longest.
The graphic design of the front page of this single is made by Jose Luis Diaz Almenara from photos they both did. Jose Luis Diaz Almenara also designed the front page of the album Fuerza de Voluntad being both very attractive.An advice
On the front page of this single, Miguel Angel González Aguado is with his hands on his head in front of some books that could be something that he is studying or some bad economic accounts. "Piensa que lo lograrás" (in English "Think you'll make it") symbolizes the overcoming of people, don't get discouraged. If you have an honest project like studying, finding a job, get ahead in life, etc... something that is fair, sincere, logical and honest, work for it and think always you'll make it.More information
In this single and in the album Fuerza de Voluntad, Miguel Angel González Aguado gave great importance to basser instruments and lower notes. For example in "Piensa que lo lograrás", the double basses and cellos have a great prominence to play and "dialogue" with the trebler instruments, being a very pleasant and encouraging music. This instrumental formation in sextet (violins 1st and 2nd, violas, cellos and double basses 1st and 2nd) of "Piensa que lo lograrás" is present in other compositions by Miguel Angel González Aguado as Paseando por Madrid.
Miguel Angel González Aguado is the author of all the compositions that have his instrumental records and many more works. On this website you can learn about his 30-year concerts history. He also works teaching guitar lessons. He's in possession of Conservatoire and University degrees.