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    Sketches

    Improv piano is always delightful to enjoy as the music has that certain something, that unexpected element of surprise, as if to say to the […]

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    Twelvemonth

    Song cycles are something that is not all that common in the world of today’s music and yet, by its very nature, so much of […]

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    Other Weather

    Billed as ambient classic Other Weather from Jeff Grienke is subtly different to his previous recordings in that piano is the predominant instrument , with […]

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    A Gift of Moments

    Poignant and powerful A Gift of Moments from award winning Louis Anthony deLise transports the emotions to a place of great sensitivity, with a varied […]

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    Awake to Dream

    Pianist Reis Taylor Dixon was an usher at the Symphony Hall in Birmingham dreaming of performing on the stage there one day. Moving on to […]

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    Imaginations

    If you ever needed an excuse to chill out for an hour Imaginations from Dutch composer and musician Ronald van Deurzen is just that, as […]

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    Thinking of You

    From a tender age music was the lifeblood of David J Pena and his world, as he would sit listening to the marching bands practicing […]

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    Winds Of Change

    Winds of Change comes into the ‘Play it again, Sam’ category as the music has a certain something which wraps around the emotions, offering solace, […]

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    Peace in This Land

    Dainty and delicate, this gentle work from Bob Yonker, Peace In This Land is certainly a very timely release, all-be-it that it was released in […]

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