Karel Roessingh | Nature Boy

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Nature Boy

by Karel Roessingh

Jazz standards and originals played on the grand piano and recorded in the concert hall.
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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1. Nature Boy
5:12 album only
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2. Mercedes Benz
5:06 album only
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3. Traffic
3:45 album only
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4. My Funny Valentine
5:07 album only
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5. Cheek to Cheek
5:04 album only
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6. Undercurrents
6:12 album only
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7. Comes Love
4:05 album only
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8. Been There
5:27 album only
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9. It Had to be You
6:44 album only
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10. So Sad, So Horrible, So Final
7:47 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Karel Roessingh is a composer, arranger, producer and musician who has written scores for over five hundred television episodes, and many award-winning films, documentaries, and promotional videos. He has recently written for a number of Bravo Channel features, and is currently working on music for interactive electronic toys. As well as performing on countless recordings for other artists, he has produced more than fifteen of his own recordings, including several for the Canadian Naturescapes series which have been distributed world-wide, two jazz trio CDs and many solo piano CDs, the latest three of which were just released in November. He has performed with symphony orchestras and rock, jazz, folk, show and country ensembles throughout the world, from small-town bars to concert halls and battleships to cruise ships.

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