Rea Beaumont | Timeless

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Timeless

by Rea Beaumont

This emotionally powerful album invites listeners to reconsider their concept of time in stunning piano works by North American composers Philip Glass, John Adams, *Rea Beaumont, *Jordan Nobles; *Jordan Pal, *Srul Irving Glick (*world premieres)
Genre: Classical: Piano solo
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1. Aldeburgh: By the Sea
4:37 album only
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2. Mad Rush
14:01 album only
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3. Zephyrus
4:31 album only
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4. Six Preludes: No. 1, Molto allegro
0:55 album only
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5. Six Preludes: No. 2, Lento espressivo
1:19 album only
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6. Six Preludes: No. 3 Moderato
2:03 album only
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7. Six Preludes: No. 4, Allegro
1:01 album only
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8. Six Preludes: No. 5, Lento sostenuto
1:48 album only
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9. Six Preludes: No. 6, Andante
3:02 album only
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10. China Gates
5:15 album only
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11. The Goodbye
2:09 album only
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12. Study in White
16:43 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

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Album Notes
"Music has the power to change our perception of time. It can act as a driving force, provide a moment for reflection, and even give the illusion of time suspended. Occasionally, the composers dispense with metric structures (time signatures) and predictable rhythmic groupings. Without a frame of reference, the listener is unable to anticipate the metric pulse and, instead, is encouraged to listen in the present moment as the composition unfolds. However, there is no frame of reference for time, except for that which we impose upon it." - Pianist & Composer Dr. Rea Beaumont

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