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    Small Treasures

    It began with a painting, moved to a poem and finalised in an album of the most exquisite music created to date, from Belgium composer […]

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    Fellowship of Solitude

    In a rather pensive mood, celebrated pianist Lynn Tredeau presents her latest offering Fellowship of Solitude, a singularly alluring series of compositions which are evocative […]

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    Home Again

    A lovely almost blues beat, introduces Home Again from acclaimed pianist Loren Evarts in his first solo piano album, which includes a touch of bodhran […]

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    Tomorrow’s Daydream

    Much acclaimed pianist Brian Kelly, has in his fourth album captured a little of what it is like to simply enjoy life, the moment of […]

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    Seashells in My Pocket

    The title of this solo piano album is reminiscent of picking up little bits and pieces as one wanders down that pathway, or along a […]

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    Ascend

    Christine Brown describes her music as ‘developing through many stages until each song is ready to be released, just like the lifecycle of a butterfly, […]

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    Silent Whispers

      Solo piano introduces an album of wonderful pieces in a kaleidoscope of styles, ethnic influences and pure pleasure. Karandish enjoyed composition as a young […]

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    Soul Dreams

    In 1986 Christopher Boscole released his first solo piano album, Shimmer, which was to become the beginning of a collection of albums, with Soul Dreams […]

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    Prelude to a Dream

    A sense of gentle naivety has been created with the simple and yet skilful use of the piano by talented pianist Shoshana Michel in her […]

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