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Moonrise

David Friedman

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Stunning Visual Music

Moonrise is a rare find and provides the listener with a great musical journey. On one hand, the music can be listened to in the background as you do other things--it's very much like movie music that should enhance what you are doing without calling attention to itself. On the other hand, when listened to carefully, there's a depth of variation and subtlety in each carefully constructed song. This album is clearly a labor of love and detailed expression. A must for your collection.

A hidden gem not to be missed.

A beautiful, atmospheric, elegantly crafted collection of instrumental music. Gorgeously mixed and produced, Friedman's piano playing while not always the most complex is rich, vibrant, and packed with emotion. Wonderful melodies and dynamics. A rare, out of print CD, and therefore a bargain here on I-Tunes. Not only should you not miss this one, you should tell a friend. Outstanding.

Definately What One Would Call a "Diamond in the Rough."

This album is wonderful! By seeing that this is the third review written on it, I can tell that although beautiful, these virtual masterpieces have basically been unseen by many. My personal favorites are "For Erin" and "Lauren." I really wish there was sheet music for these pieces as well! As said before, this is a FABULOUS album and should definately have more publicity than it does now!

Biography

Born: March 10, 1944 in New York, NY

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Vibraphonist and marimba player David Friedman has recorded and played extensively since the early '70s. He studied drums in the mid-'50s, and marimba and xylophone in the '60s. Friedman attended Juilliard, with major emphasis on percussion. He was also tutored by Teddy Charles and Hall Overton. Friedman played with the New York Philharmonic and Metropolitan Opera in the '60s, then worked with Wayne Shorter, Horace Silver, Joe Chambers, Hubert Laws, and Horacee Arnold in the '70s. After touring and...
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