Anne Trenning | All One World

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All One World

by Anne Trenning

A delightful solo piano/acoustic instrumental album. Beautiful, original composition characterized by a penchant for strong, melodic lines and lovely, textured harmonies.
Genre: New Age: Celtic New Age
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  Song Share Time Download
1. All One World
4:28 album only
2. Ben's Song
2:50 album only
3. That the Night Come
4:42 album only
4. Walking Through My Tears
3:22 album only
5. Clarecastle
5:21 album only
6. The Road to Dunlavin
2:40 album only
7. Dusk Until Dawn
2:37 album only
8. Maggie Rose
4:14 album only
9. How Fair My Love
3:02 album only
10. Give Me Your Hand
5:22 album only
11. La Valse Des Jeune Filles
2:49 album only
12. Lo How a Rose E'er Blooming
2:22 album only


Album Notes
Anne Trenning is a composer/pianist. Her two recordings, "Suite Tea," and "All One World," feature both solo piano selections and arrangements with instrumental accompaniments. Her music is melodically rich, and also reflects a strong penchant for lovely, textured harmonies. An affinity for Irish and Celtic music is evident on "All One World," while "Suite Tea" continues to enchant listeners with classics like "Eden Hall," "Where River's Run," and the timeless "Lullaby for Emily." Anyone who enjoys acoustic instrumental/solo piano music will truly appreciate this artist. Be the first to introduce your friends to their new, favorite music.



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Dave Ross

A better place...
This wonderful record by Anne Trenning is special. I love all the songs, each one has its own story, but all of them take you to a better place inside the heart. Just a beautiful collection of melodies and statements about life and what is important. And as in any fine piece of music, it is the space between the notes that sparkles.

Kathy Parsons

A Beautiful Album!
“All One World” is pianist/composer Anne Trenning’s second album to date, and what a breath of fresh air it is! Blending classical influences with a love of Celtic and folk melodies, Trenning has created a warm, inviting collection of mostly original pieces that range from lively and joyful to a bit more reflective and pensive. Some of the pieces are solo piano, and others include other (mostly acoustic) musicians and wordless vocals. The variety of styles showcases Trenning’s versatility as a composer, and yet the album holds together as a seamless whole.

Of the twelve tracks, the first nine are original compositions and the last three are arrangements of traditional melodies that includes “Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming.” The title track opens the CD; a lovely piano solo that seems to reflect the thoughts in the liner notes about working for peace, being kind, and respecting the earth and all living creatures. “Ben’s Song” is more orchestrated, with piano and strings - a lovely waltz. “Walking Through My Tears” is one of my favorites. Obviously, this isn’t one of the more upbeat pieces, but it’s not a heartbreaker, either. A simple, heartfelt melody with a gentle accompaniment are all this piano solo needs to convey genuine emotion. “Clarecastle” opens with an atmospheric keyboard prelude and then becomes a dark piano solo with synth washes. Suddenly, the tempo changes to a lively, happy-go-lucky dance that swirls and leaps for joy. Flutes and piano soar, making this another favorite. “The Road to Dunlavin” calms down a bit - a beautiful, wistful piece for piano and guitar with string washes. “Dusk Until Dawn” is a gorgeous piano solo - again very simple, but deeply touching in its sincerity. “Maggie Rose” is a gem. Piano with gentle keyboard opens the piece, and then it opens up with light percussion, flute, and piano - very Celtic. Of the three traditional pieces, I like “La Valse Des Jeune Filles,” a traditional French piece, best. The piano is simple and childlike, with warm voices, strings, and guitar in the background, keeping the mood one of innocence and wonder.

“All One World” is an exceptionally good choice if you enjoy classical, Celtic, and folk music. Anne Trenning’s musical voice is both strong and gentle, and she knows when to let a simple melody sing on its own. Recommended!