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Alectricity

by Alec Sweazy

Debut solo piano and accordion album featuring five original piano compositions, six classical piano works, and three jazzy accordion pieces.
Genre: Classical: Piano solo
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1. Journey
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2. Seconds to Spare
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3. What a Furry Wonder
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4. I'm Still Standing
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5. Long Time Coming
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6. Prelude in C-Sharp Minor
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7. La Soirée Dans Grenade
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8. Von Fremden Ländern Und Menshen
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9. Prelude in B Minor
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10. Notturno
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11. Suite
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12. Indifference
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13. Lisa
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14. Satin Doll
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A·lec·tric·i·ty [al-ek-tris-i-tee, al-ek-]
noun
1. state or feeling of excitement, anticipation, emotional tension, etc. experienced when hearing the musical interpretation of Alec Sweazy.
2. title of Alec Sweazy’s debut solo piano and accordion CD, featuring five original piano compositions, six classical piano works, and three jazzy accordion pieces.

Original and spontaneous piano compositions captured in the studio are captivating and mesmerizing. These, as well as colorful, classical piano gems from Bach to Rachmaninoff, were played on a Steinway 'B'. Accordion jazz numbers were played on a Roland FR-7 V-Accordion.


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