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Revealed Heart

by Larry Rice

Solo piano for relaxation and surrounding the listener with thoughtful remembrances. This New Age music is perfect for sleeping with and using to create your own inspired art. "Larry Rice's piano playing is filled with deep raw emotion"
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1. Joyous Tears
2:35 $0.99
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2. La Pieta Sunrise
3:43 $0.99
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3. A Short Prayer
2:25 $0.99
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4. In the Silence of the Stars
3:12 $0.99
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5. When You Return
2:05 $0.99
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6. Arms of Passion
2:20 $0.99
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7. Beethoven Dreaming
3:50 $0.99
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8. Dancing with Elegance
3:22 $0.99
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9. Loving You without End
3:15 $0.99
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10. Remembering You
3:48 $0.99
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11. Riding the Wind
3:03 $0.99
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12. The Last Time I Saw You
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13. Yesterday's Children
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

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Album Notes
"Larry Rice's piano playing is filled with deep raw emotion, something that is often missing in today's music. It's as if playing the piano is Larry's way of sharing his life's story. He pours his heart and soul into his music. His playing is a healing emotional experience for me. As a writer I listen to his intimate songs to help me explore my own emotions as I write, and with each song, I easily remember what is important in my life. I don't think anyone could listen to Larry's piano solos without remembering and experiencing their own life's joy, hope, sorrow, freedom, and love. This is not music that skims the surface; it is beautiful music that awakens the soul and uplifts the spirit." ~ Robin Easton Author Naked in Eden."

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Kathy Parsons

From MainlyPiano
"The Revealed Heart" is the debut recording by self-taught pianist/composer Larry Rice. A social worker for the developmentally disabled in Southern California, Rice wrote his first original composition on the family piano at the age of twelve. As you might expect from the title of the album, the thirteen compositions express a variety of emotions and are played with passion and sincerity. The music isn’t flashy or overly complicated, but it doesn’t need to be with the Rice’s winning combination of heart and style.

The album begins with “Joyous Tears,” a piece that overflows with bittersweet emotion - a lovely opening. “La Pieta Sunrise” has a slow, graceful flow that reflects the beauty of the early morning. At the other end of the musical day, “In the Silence of the Stars” paints a picture of a very dark sky flecked with sparkling stars doing their nightly dance. There is nothing quite so still yet so dramatic as this interplay of light and dark, and Rice describes it well. With “Arms of Passion,” Rice openly reveals the depths of his heart. My favorite track is “Beethoven Dreaming.” The piece drops hints of “Moonlight Sonata,” but never imitates or “borrows” from the original. Dark and evocative, this piece has stopped me in my tracks several times and made my fingers itch. Sheet music??? I also really like “Dancing With Elegance” with its soulful rolling broken chords and minor-key melody. “Loving You Without End” is gently reassuring yet smolders with deep emotion. “Remembering You” is warm and affectionate, but also expresses longing and nostalgia. “Riding the Wind” is much more upbeat and uptempo than the other tracks. Sub-titled “A Salute to Sebastian Sidi,” this piece shows us a different musical side of Larry Rice. Bold and energetic the first half of the piece, it becomes a tender ballad near the end. “The Last Time I Saw You” is dark and turbulent, expressing difficult emotions - another favorite. “Yesterday’s Children” is dreamy and a little sad. Its melody is gorgeous as it flows along with the broken chord left hand - a poignant and touching end to the album.

"The Revealed Heart" is a very promising start for Larry Rice’s recording career! Check it out!
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