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Etudes d'Origine

by Paul F. Page

17 piano etudes in the Romantic tradition
Genre: Classical: Piano solo
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1. Etude No. 1
3:19 $0.99
2. Etude No. 2
3:21 $0.99
3. Etude No. 3
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4. Etude No. 4
3:42 $0.99
5. Etude No. 5
2:09 $0.99
6. Etude No. 6
3:08 $0.99
7. Etude No. 7
3:03 $0.99
8. Etude No. 8
2:57 $0.99
9. Etude No. 9
4:08 $0.99
10. Etude No. 10
3:16 $0.99
11. Etude No. 11
4:49 $0.99
12. Etude No. 12
3:33 $0.99
13. Etude No. 13
2:27 $0.99
14. Etude No. 14
3:23 $0.99
15. Etude No. 15
3:15 $0.99
16. Etude No. 16
4:03 $0.99
17. Etude No. 17
5:19 $0.99
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Album Notes
Here's what some people have said about this collection of unique piano etudes:
• I’m moved whenever I listen to your work. —Yeman Al-Rawi, USA
• Simply stunning. —Mark Holbrook, USA
• It’s nice hearing you sort of “think on piano” here. —Ed Hannifin, USA
• I like the lilting melodies that you play so effortlessly, like the notes are flying from your fingertips.—Roxylee Smith, USA
• Incridible. The composition, performance, musicianship, quality of the sound—all are top notch. —Shay McKay, USA
• I don’t know what’s more amazing—the quality of the piano sound, or your intricate improvisations. As I listen, I am not noticing the sounds themselves as much as I am your considerable composing and performing chops. You must have a ton of music inside you to make this all happen, and to make it seem so effortless. —John Stebbe, USA
• You’re plugged into that great stream that’s invisible to the eyes but can be tapped if you possess the creative spark that is the ticket into improvisational nirvana.You’ve been there and back. —Bob Stringer, USA
• This…took my breath away. The smoothness and clarity are stunning…Brilliant changes in tempo and touch, lovely calms and exciting intensities. Surely I’ve died and have been assigned to the heavenly music part of town…Ahhhhh. —Sisters
• Effortless exuberance. As I closed my eyes and listened to the second Etude, the visual inspired was of late autumn leaves swirling and skittering merrily to the brisk fall breezes. So very delightful! —Mystified
• Such great inflection and feeling. It’s so rare in musicians these days. —
• Simply amazing. Wonderfully original, seemingly effortless and full of interesting, unexpected and well-rounded ideas. —Parichayaka
• You weave the familiar with the unfamiliar to create a musical approach that is all your own.—Clark Ross, Newfoundland
• What I love [about the entire series] is that you did not stick to any “rules” of composition or genre. Each piece is unique and they are all, in big or small ways, a fusion of styles and genres and sounds. —Shay McKay, USA
• Sparkles of sunlight on the waves. Delicate with gorgeous harmonic transitions. This has a grace and delicacy that builds to a confident dignity.I am stunned by the variety of moods you so elegantly capture in this series.—Doug Somers, Canada
• How do you do that? Amazing! —Heinrik Henke, Sweden
• Playful: picking a melody out of the arpeggios.; the unpredictability of the next note, the next octave used. Playful, sophisticated, passionate, whimsical. Such a nice mix. —Tobin Mueller, USA
• Impish and fun. A feather in the wind. So tenderly brought forth. We become the music.—Doug Somers, Canada
• What a wonder of technical complexities. [This piece] really shows off your skill. You have combined the technical with the musical as this sound both formal and improvisational in the one.—Sschedra, USA
• Your Work is of such a high caliber—the ideas, the compositions, the performance, the production. —Craig Addy, B.C., Canada
• I just don’t have a clue how you do this stuff. Such total emotion in the keys. Amazing!
• Music to be whisked away by…and into other realms of peace and wonder at not only the dexterity of the playing, but also the different moods you have created in this lovely series. Like the rushing of a fresh breeze through the long grass.—Maurice Vizard, England
• Less classique, more audacious and coltish, a real pleasure to listen. —Narad, France
• Better than nostalgia. Another elegant, controlled, very pretty piece. This [one] has some moments that transcend. Each note is caressed. Very nice. You make me sit up straighter as I listen, to care more deeply about what is important.—Tobin Mueller, NYC.
• Balm for the spirit.—Terry Pearson



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