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Reflections

by Gregory Lang

Solo original piano compositions, weaving haunting melodies with delicate arpeggios
Genre: New Age: Solo Instrumental
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1. On the Day the Cold Wind Blew
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2. Halcyon Dream
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3. Reflections
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4. Harvest
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5. Chancel
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6. The Train
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7. Good Evening, Woodridge
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8. At Nature's Door
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9. While They Were Sleeping
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10. Noctourne in a Minor
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
After several years off of recording, "Reflections" is a collection of songs I've written both recently and over the past few years. It was recorded in my own home in Bellevue, Washington and is similar in style to my previous projects, "Songs of Ravenna," and "Sanctuary."

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Tyler Parris

Best thing to happen to piano since the Narada label
Music is highly subjective, sure. Yet, for those seeking soulful, contemplative music that isn't too heavy, I can't imagine finding anything better. Even if you're not seeking a purely piano path, this is music for meditation, dinner parties, or calming yourself at work. A hot bath for the soul. Ahhhhh.
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