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4.9 out of 5

21 Ratings

21 Ratings

Cool

RoundyRound

Very cool album. It's minimalist and melodic at the same time. I've already downloaded the sheet music from Brian Crain's website. It looks fun.

Very nice

filmscoremaniac

Great album, found through Josh Kramer (Genius recommendation). Would also check out his Afterglow and Rebirth albums, as well as any of Ludovico Einaudi's work. All great musicians and composers.

Love it

ska397

Heard "Hallelujah" on pandora and decided buy it. I'm a sucker for that song. I previewed the rest of the album, and decided I really needed it. I'm glad I purchased it. I can listen to this over and over. Played it a few weeks ago when we drove to Hatcher Pass (Alaska) to chase the northern lights. Normally, those Connaher men whine when I put classical music on. This album suited the mountains and the snow and the lights so well, it was scary. You should buy this.

About Brian Crain

Brian Crain was a musically inclined child, but he was never formally educated in music, and yet has still found success as a pianist/composer. He was born in Hollywood, and although offered piano lessons, he preferred honing his baseball skills to practicing. He also built his own home studio while working on audio production for films as a teenager. Crain's dreams of being a professional ballplayer did not come to fruition, but in the meantime, he had managed to teach himself how to play piano as he picked out his own melodies. He released his first CD, Morning Light, in 1997, and met with enough success to make music his career. Crain has since made more than a dozen albums of his own music. The use of one of his piano pieces, Butterfly Waltz, in a South Korean drama has made him an artist better known in Asia than in his home country. He has a large fan base and toured there several times, as his music is used in more TV commercials and programming. Crain enjoys trying new ideas in his music, such as unusual meters and minimalist concepts used on his albums Piano Opus (2011) and Piano and Light (2009), to complement his flowing, attractive melodies. ~ Patsy Morita

HOMETOWN
Hollywood, CA
GENRE
New Age

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