Piano Pearls is a handpicked collection of the finest solo piano performances, which rise above the many submissions that we get.
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Julia Thomsen is a name we are well acquainted with who takes the first spot on this week's Piano Pearls with a piano/string composition entitled "Touch". Elegant, brief and immersive, this piece of music proves just how essential piano is when it comes to making a memorable neoclassical arrangement:
Julie Hanney is an American pianist who's "Avec Toi" has spoken to me in volumes with its distinct waltz-like count and a complimenting melodic effort that is as heart-felt as is uplifting. Delivered with heaps of musical prowess the piece certainly hits my neoclassical spot and not just once:
Almost arrogantly comparable to the prior, "Dusk" by Ash Forrest - a pianist from UK - is a three-count driven piano poem, which too celebrates itself with an elaborate melodic effort.
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