Daniel Staniforth | Father to Father

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Father to Father

by Daniel Staniforth

Aseries of impressionistic orchestral pieces written and performed by Daniel Staniforth, in homage to his father, who is a classical music aficionado. The pieces explore the English landscape of Staniforth's youth and his experiences
Genre: Classical: Virtual Orchestra
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1. Adrift
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2. Colours of Aldeburg Beach
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3. Dreams of Albion
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4. Gemisphere
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5. Dean Church Graveyard Dances
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6. Last Memories of Caraville
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7. Blackbird
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8. Sunkenness
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9. Lost Language of the Lakes
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10. Sylvan Forest Light
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11. Little Victories of Spring
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12. Flight of the Emigre
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13. Song for Hana
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Classically trained as a Cellist, Daniel Staniforth composes in a variety of genres from
classical, impressionist, atonal, ambient, to ethereal - whether using real orchestral
instruments or synthesizers. From traditional to experimental, dark to light and airy - his
sophistication and colour may charm the discerning listener.

Father to Father is a series of impressionistic orchestral pieces written and performed by
Staniforth in homage to his father, Ken Staniforth, a classical music aficionado.
The pieces explore the English landscape of Staniforth's youth and his experiences as an
immigrant in America. The CD features the voices of brother, Jonathan Staniforth;
Brother-in-law, Julian Lukins; and great-grandmother-in-law, the late Lucia Zarlinga
(recorded in her 105th year).


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