Larry Minsky | Piano Suite

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Piano Suite

by Larry Minsky

These pieces are a combination of uplifting original ,published jazz solo piano and unpublished contemporary solo piano compositions.
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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1. Twilight
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2. Sweet Memories
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3. A Park Scene
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4. Night Vision
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5. Restoration
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6. Flight Test
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7. Nighttime Song
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8. Night Hawk
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9. Reunion
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10. Aprils Song
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11. Its a Summer Afternoon
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12. Sentimental Thoughts
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13. City Life
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14. The Secret Place
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15. The Sprinter
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16. Child Scenes
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17. Childs Play
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18. Aprils Dance
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19. Copley Square ( for Adam )
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20. Strolling Along ( for Amy )
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The jazz pieces in this album are mostly in print in a variety of books. The publisher is KJOS. I have about a dozen
books with them starting from 1996 with a book titled Shades of Jazz. The first six tracks are from a book titled
Images of Jazz.
This album contains 30 years of music making influenced by both classical and jazz. One work- the jazz piece
Nighttime song, published in the book Shades of Jazz- is derived from Chopins nocturne in Fminor.
This is very much a listening album and hopefully will be enjoyed.

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