22 Songs, 59 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Released ahead of his 75th birthday, Piano finds Karl Jenkins in the dual role of composer and pianist. He returns to many of his best-loved pieces, such as The Armed Man, “Adiemus” and Requiem, and treats us to an intimate, stripped-back programme of sure-fire favourites. One of the most-performed living composers, he has a gently benign presence, not to mention an easy way with melody and heart-salving harmonies that never misses the mark. He’s a fluent player and this touchingly sincere album will appeal to his myriad fans: It’s not often that we get this close to the great man.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Released ahead of his 75th birthday, Piano finds Karl Jenkins in the dual role of composer and pianist. He returns to many of his best-loved pieces, such as The Armed Man, “Adiemus” and Requiem, and treats us to an intimate, stripped-back programme of sure-fire favourites. One of the most-performed living composers, he has a gently benign presence, not to mention an easy way with melody and heart-salving harmonies that never misses the mark. He’s a fluent player and this touchingly sincere album will appeal to his myriad fans: It’s not often that we get this close to the great man.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

Atmo P ,

Boring Piano Music

If you want a new piano album check out Robert Haig’s - Creatures of The Deep 🐾

Fennie56 ,

Brilliant take on brilliant works

When I first saw the title, I thought "not another rebadge of the Jenkins material!" but having listened to a few of my favourites before buying, I was convinced that this is entirely different, and brilliant. It probably helps to know the Jenkins back catalogue to fully appreciate these......
Can't wait for a new original work!

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