MP3 IvoryWinds - Eterno
Komplettes MP3 Album von IvoryWinds
Angegebene Spieldauer: 66:22
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Piano & Flute, with a guest Cello player from Brazil, and with hand Percussion - for those who strive to be happy, joyous, and Free in their lives and who seek passion and serenity.
Käufer, die sich für (George Winston Keith Jarrett Red Garland) interessieren sollten sich dieses Album anhören.
Weitere Informationen vom Distributor:
The Eterno CD is new to the point where we haven’t gotten any reviews yet. We feel that "Eterno" evokes more passion then our first CD "IvoryWinds". With Eterno, we take more risks, as musicians, as we encourage each other to stretch beyond our ’comfort zones’.
We invite you to take a listen for yourself...
(Are you interested in writing a review? If you or someone you know works for any type of media busines, we’re interested in hearing from you! Email us at ivorywinds@https://www.tradebit.com)
In the meantime, here’s a review of the first CD "IvoryWinds" also available at CDBaby or https://www.tradebit.com:
Emotionally-charged with roots in both classical and contemporary music, Ivory Winds delivers a seamless combination of piano, flute and saxophone.
The delicate intricacies of Jack Scannell’s flute zip in and out of songs like "Symphonic #1" and "Coastal Winds," depicting a picture of serenity, painted by a flute with wings. Framed nicely by Forrest Paul’s deft fingers on the keyboard, it is hard to imagine such a full, rich sound coming from so few instruments.
It would be far too easy to call this recording a "reflection of nature." For while it does lend itself to visions of coastal breezes and forest streams lined with colorful birds, there is nothing in nature as sultry as the aptly-titled track, "Blues For Lovers."
For fans of background music, Ivory Winds is the perfect accompaniment to a drink after a long day, a quiet afternoon alone, or a fantastic addition to a romantic dinner for two.
Ivory Winds makes its presence known without saying a word, proving that not everything from the Northwest is grunge.
Jennifer A. Bayley,