Melodies On Canvas | An Original Music Project by John Horrocks and William Harrington

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An Original Music Project by John Horrocks and William Harrington

by Melodies On Canvas

"MELODIES ON CANVAS" is an original music project created and conceived by John Horrocks and William, Harrington. Fresh and innovative, the music of "MELODIES ON CANVAS" is founded on an improvisational basee, where rhythm, harmony, and melody are combine
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Memories of a Purple Afternoon
7:26 album only
2. Shaughnessy
6:27 album only
3. Child's Play
8:10 album only
4. Baobab
8:16 album only
5. Magen
5:09 album only
6. Distance And The Point Between
9:12 album only


Album Notes

"...a shining production..." Dimensions Toronto's New Age Monthly May 1989.
"number 8 "in JAZZ REPORTS Top Ten June/July l989.
"...the evening lived far beyond our expectations and without the aid of any chemicals gave us a "mind trip" we'll remember." The Townships Sun February 1990.
"Both are top-notch musicians who play their instruments with deep feeling as well as technical excellence." The Townships Sun February 1990.
"...there's a tastefullness about the careful multitracking that brings a special grace and lightness to the finished work." The Canadian Composer April 1989.
"High standards of musical performance make up the whole album."The Phoenix Vanier College Student's Association November 23rd, l988.
" of the better ones. It has tact, mystery, and a musical language that is more accessible..." Montreal Mirror July 1988
"This is music to let your head do the walking, and you do the enjoying." Montreal Mirror July l988.
"John Horrocks and William Harrington are obviously musicians of considerable talent and skill" The QUEEN'S JOURNAL October 1989.
"The first song, entitled Dolphin Dance, was a haunting piece that demonstrated the duo's exceptional talent on guitar." THE QUEEN'S JOURNAL October 1989.
"The performance you gave well reflected an aspect of Canadian cultural diversity in a contemporary fashion. The Astrolabe's public greatly appreciated Melodies On Canvas. Your show's excellance and encompassing energy contributed to the unsurpassed success that we enjoyed with Cultures Canada 91." Line Gauthier, Coordinator, Confederation Boulevard Events, National Capital Commission.



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