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Ken Kurland | Songs for Spring

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Songs for Spring

by Ken Kurland

"Songs for Spring" is a collection of original instrumental songs drawn from classical, theater and pop music that are evocative of spring. This is Ken's first album.
Genre: New Age: Contemporary Instrumental
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Album Notes
"Songs for Spring" is Ken Kurland's first CD release. The songs are compiled from music Ken has written over the years that evoke the moods and emotions of Spring -- not merely the contentment and joy that is commonly associated with Spring, but also longing and wistfulness. He named each piece "Songs for Spring #" (instead of titles like "Flowers") because he didn't want to limit the meaning of any single song. He wanted each one to be open to the listener's imagination.


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