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Janet Murray | Sounds from Another World

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Sounds from Another World

by Janet Murray

Famous Favorites - and new discoveries - from Chopin most-loved Nocturnes, the majesty of Beethoven, to the charm of Debussy - the sparkle of Granados and Albeniz - to new recordings of Massenet, Morovsky and Grieg - it's all here. Enjoy!
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1. Twelve Spanish Dances, No. 5 In E Minor, Andantino Quasi Allegretto
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2. Sonata No. 2 In C Sharp Minor, Op. 27, I Adagio Sostenuto
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3. Sonata, No. 8 In C Minor, Op. 13, II. Adagio Cantabile
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4. Prelude No. 1 In C Major
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5. Nocturne In C Minor, Op. Posthumous
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6. Nocturne No. 2 In D Flat Major, Op. 27
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7. Tango
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8. Prelude No. 4, In E Minor, Op. 28
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9. Prelude No. 6 In B Minor, Op. 28
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10. Prelude No. 15 In D Flat Major, Op. 28
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11. Elegie, Melodie Op. 10
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12. Adagio In A Major
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13. La Petit Negri
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14. Clair De Lune
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15. Nocturne In C Sharp Minor, Op. Posthumous
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16. Song Of The Cowherd In G Major, No. 22, Op. 17
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Recorded in 2008 at Kensington, California in the Unitarian Universalist Church in the hills over Berkeley, this is a third album for Janet Murray. Having previously recorded blues and jazz, this genre reversal was a return to her original music study, a love reignited by her commencement of study with classical pianist Daniel Glover. Together they performed duets in 2004 and 2006 at the Sherman Clay Steinway Gallery in Walnut Creek, California. Solo and in groups, Janet has continued to perform publicly.

Her love of the famous composers: the granduer of Beethoven, the pathos of Chopin, Massenet, and Morovsky, the soaring joy of Grieg, the charm of Debussy, the Latin rhythms of Granados and Albeniz - all of these are reproduced here.

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