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James McAuley "Autumn": A beauty void of expectation.


Not often does it happen that an artist speaks right through to me the first time I hear their music - not in the neoclassical world anyway, just how lustrous it is. An exception to the rule does happen and today it is James McAuley who's "Autumn" rings of all things beautiful and beyond in a manner that is as unique as it is approachable.

Like some well organized, elegant chaos, this piano piece seems to have its own life and indulge in it too - each bar free, almost improvised and void of any expectations but filled with pure beauty.


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/RJ



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