The is now available on Spotify! Trio Live album
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March 1, 2017
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For anyone that uses iTunes, the new release is now up!
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February 26, 2017
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Hooray! Our trio album, is available at Live at 1794 Meetinghouse Digital only! CDBaby!
Billy Klock and Wim Auer played with me for three years following the release of
Talon of the Blackwater in 2009. These guys gave their hearts and souls to my music. What great champions! I love them both.
Listening to these tracks over the last few weeks — our last performance together — has been a great joy. At long last, an “official” release! Dedicated to them.
Please take a listen!
Buy yourself an individual track or the whole album!
Thank you for your support.
The 50th anniversary, October 21, 2016.
Aberfan: The mistake that cost a village its children
By Ceri Jackson, BBC News
Here are a few short samples from our first studio sessions for
First, “Rain Sequence”, the layering of pianos at the beginning of the piece.
Second, “First Hymn”, a demo excerpt of “All Things Bright and Beautiful”. The children were to sing it on the day of the disaster before they went home.
“Rock Sequence”, the catastrophic collapse.
Last, an excerpt of “Altered Rain”, the impossibility and hope of life forever altered as people descend back into the village following the mass funeral.
In deepest honor.
is a sponsored Aberfan (7 pianos, percussion, voice and tools of rescue) project of New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA). Contributions are tax deductible.
Photo courtesy of Alan George