MP3 Scott Pehnke - Moonlight Dances
Komplettes MP3 Album von Scott Pehnke
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Lyrical, intelligent piano portraits that will take you on a journey through leaf-scattered paths in the woods, on starlit boat rides chasing the moon, to places where your heart will yearn to inhabit.
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Sit back, breathe in and enjoy. Before you know it, you’ll find yourself humming along to the melodic overtones of Captured Glimmers. Baptismal Waters will wash over you in a shower of jeweled tones. The pensive nuances of Midnight Flight guide you on the roller coaster of contemplation as you find yourself aching for the next note. Although it feels dark at times, there is a vibrant offering of brighter notes as you ascend higher and higher to a glittering plateau of happiness and peace. The romanticism of Princess will envelop you with its sweeping strings that stir your emotions to a heartbreaking crescendo, while the gentle lullaby of Sweet Breath will bring you to the calmest of calms with an ending that leaves the resolution to your imagination, begging for another listen.
Drawing from an endless wealth of musical spirit, Scott creates soundscapes for daily life. In light of all of the turmoil in the world, people are looking for a way to escape, if only for a little while. Moonlight Dances offers this and a new perspective, communicating with the mind and spirit in a soothing way.
"I believe in the music captured on this CD. It transcends the medium, where the instrument is no longer just a piano, and the music is more than simply notes placed in time. The songs possess dimension, and, because of this, the tracks are intriguing even after you’ve heard them repeatedly. "
"Throughout my life I have been longing to create something of substance that would captivate an audience and enrich their lives through fantasy. Though I wasn’t sure of the medium, I was certain of my intent. At seventeen, I developed a natural relationship with the piano and soon came to recognize that it would be the best means toward my goal. Now, fifteen years later, I present Moonlight Dances." - Scott Pehnke