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Denine LeBlanc | Weep No More

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Weep No More

by Denine LeBlanc

a collection of beautiful but very diverse solo piano music written by living Kentucky composers.
Genre: Classical: Piano solo
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1. Four Fairy Tales: The Twelve Months
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2. Four Fairy Tales: No Bigger Than
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3. Four Fairy Tales: The Vinegar Jar
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4. Four Fairy Tales: Mollie Whuppie
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5. Anatropy: Rondo Deviations
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6. Reflections
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7. Lobo: I. Impressionistic
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8. Lobo: II. Angular
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9. Psyche and Eros: Wings
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10. Psyche and Eros: Longing
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11. Psyche and Eros: Oats, Barley, Rye, Oats, Barley, Rye, Wheat
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12. Psyche and Eros: Sleep - Transformation
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13. Cloudbows
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14. Piano Flamboyant
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Weep No More, the title of Kentucky-based pianist Denine
LeBlanc’s second album, is drawn from the chorus of the
state song, “My Old Kentucky Home.” It follows her debut
solo recording The Sun Shines Bright, a title also taken
from Stephen Foster’s “My Old Kentucky Home” lyrics.
It was an easy choice given the reception The Sun Shines
Bright has received in live performances from Kentucky
and other U.S. states to venues in France and Italy. This
second solo recording, like the first, features music by
Kentucky composers.
LeBlanc is a past president of both the Greater Louisville
Music Teachers Association and the Kentucky Music
Teachers Association. She holds a Doctor of Musical Arts
degree in piano performance and music history from the
University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music; a
Master of Music from the University of Louisville School of
Music and a Bachelor of Music from the Cleveland
Institute of Music, both in applied piano.

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