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Solo Piano Space Traveler

by Louis Landon

Twelve new solo piano original compositions that were pristinely recorded. Instrumental piano music that is out of this world, yet classically oriented.
Genre: New Age: Space
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1. Space Traveler
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2. The Final Conversation
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3. Idyllic
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4. Freedom
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5. Waltz Like There's No Tomorrow
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6. Rolling Along
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7. Easy Country Living
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8. Hand in Hand
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9. Don't Worry Little One
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10. Wandering
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11. New Day Celebration
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12. A Day in the Life
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Solo Piano Space Traveler is Louis Landon's 33rd album/CD and 26th solo piano album. Due to Louis Landon's "Excellent and Better All the Time" philosophy, this is his best album yet. Classically oriented with New Age and some Improv thrown in.

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Kathy Parsons

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"Solo Piano Space Traveler" is the third album pianist/composer Louis Landon has released in 2019 (he has released a fourth since then!) and is truly one of my favorites from this extremely prolific artist. A Steinway Artist who is also known as a Pianist For Peace, Landon has had a very rich history in a wide variety of music genres and has been a lifelong professional musician. He performs regularly in my house concert series, so I was able to see and hear him perform several of the pieces from this album just last month (and in the comfort of my own living room!). I love the easy-going, positive energy that flows through this music (even though that sounds like an impossible combination)!

"Solo Piano Space Traveler" begins with “Space Traveler,” a piece with a flowing, almost ambient right hand contrasted with rolling broken chords on the left. It’s fascinating how well it works to have one hand quite structured and the other more free to go wherever the music leads. “The Final Conversation” tells a colorful story without words. Some passages seem almost playful while the mood darkens and becomes more poignant as the piece evolves. “Idyllic” takes a more classical turn with a slow, graceful melody and feelings of serenity - gorgeous and so soothing! “Freedom” is a whirlwind of piano keys (and the fingers that play them!) with a “hidden” melody that emerges within that flurry. I’m sure the sheet music for this one would be very black! “Waltz Like There’s No Tomorrow” is another favorite. It begins at a medium tempo that gradually increases in speed and exhilaration, reminding us to live in the moment and “dance like no one is watching.” The quick broken chords in “Rolling Along” give it an energetic forward motion and yet the piece feels relaxed. “Easy Country Living” has a very “Americana” style that makes it easy to picture the open plains and a less-complicated lifestyle. “Hand In Hand” is a love song, pure and simple. The slower tempo expresses the peaceful contentment of being with someone you love. “Don’t Worry Little One” is played mostly on the upper half of the piano keyboard, offering gentle reassurance while expressing the innocence of a child. “Wandering” is another favorite with its easy rolling chords and tranquil mood. Love it! “New Day Celebration” has an infectious bluesy/gospel influence that just makes you feel good! “A Day in the Life” (not The Beatles’ song!) brings the energy level back up and ends the album with an expression of joy (and of trying to get everything done!).

I don’t know how long Louis Landon can continue to release four or more albums each year, but I’m sure enjoying his amazing output! "Solo Piano Space Traveler" is a great album!
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