MP3 Adrian Carr - Days of the Year
Komplettes MP3 Album von Adrian Carr
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: The Coldplay of contemporary piano solo...honest, down to earth, and emotionally stirring.
Käufer, die sich für (Chopin Keith Jarrett and Michael Nyman) interessieren sollten sich dieses Album anhören.
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Adrian Carr, a composer/pianist from New York, has worked for the last ten years developing an original style of compositions and performances for solo piano. Adrian’s musical style mixes his classical training and interest in Chopin and Beethoven with his contemporary pop music roots creating a vibrant and emotional music.
A graduate of the Juilliard School and Princeton University, Adrian’s 1998 recording "First Light," produced by Narada Records spotlighted three exciting piano solos that gave people a taste of his musical style. In 2004, High Mountain Records released his solo album "Days of the Year." The new recording shows a more organic approach whereby Adrian ties a collection of powerful piano solos together by use of a repeated haunting theme much like in classical music’s "Pictures at an Exhibition." However Adrian’s original musical style sounds more like Coldplay, and fellow pianists Keith Jarrett and Michael Nyman. Adrian’s piano solos are musical short stories which offer a big dynamic range with an immediate emotional appeal. In 2004 Adrian premiered "Days of the Year" in Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall.
Adrian writes: “Days of the Year is a collection of musical pieces each written as an musical commentary to an emotional day in my year and life. There is a piece written when my mom died. There is a piece written which summed up a gutting, unsuccessful relationship; as well as a piece written for the hope in a new relationship that would significantly change my life. There is a piece written when I felt the power of nature in the first day of spring. And finally, there is even a piece written for the last day of the year when one reflects and tries to sum it all up! Although these are all special days for me, perhaps more important is to see that these are ’days’ to which we all relate as part of living and the human experience.”
Spend some time with the music and listen to a few of the album selections. See how the story unfolds for you.