26 November 2006

Hometown Boys Make It To Hollywood: Krescent 4 Signs Album Deal With The Document Room

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Ann Arbor, MI--November 27, 2006-- Indie Rock-Metal band Krescent 4 have announced plans to record their first full-length album at the legendary Document Room overlooking the Pacific Ocean in California. K4 manager Kris Keller recently made the announcement of the career-changing move.

The Document Room boasts an impressive client list. Gwen Stefani, Rick Rubin, and The Red Hot Chili Peppers are a few of the well-known acts that have recorded and produced at the facilities.

Krescent 4 has released three intense, hard-hitting EPs over the years, and the band expects to record their most groundbreaking work to date. This is the long-awaited next phase of their career that fans have been anticipating.

K4 has spent the last several months working on writing and putting together tracks for an album release in early 2007. Thus far, the tracks “Devil” and “Satellite” are in the development stages and its looking like the band will be taking a different direction for their first full-length album. Fans of the band should be excited and anticipate a big year coming in 2007. Also for the behind-the- scenes K4 has www.musicplustv.com that will be filming during the recording process and they will have exclusive footage, material, and interviews from the band available on their web site.

Look for the all-out rock-metal of K4 just around the corner ? it promises to be one hell of a ride. Visit the band’s site for updates, downloads, podcasts of the recording sessions, and more.

Contact: Kris Keller
Company: Krescent4 Ltd.
Address: PO BOX 8171 Ann Arbor, MI 48107
Tel: 734-231-4968
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Jazz Vocalist Marilyn Scott Releases New Single, The Wilderness For Environmental Awareness

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Los Angeles, CA--November 27, 2006-- Marilyn Scott wants to make a difference in the world we live in. The jazz vocalist has moving and inspirational music to offer and an important message is inside her compositions. Her new release Innocent of Nothing is a testament to her commitment to developing outstanding music that everyone will enjoy and along the way, the hope is that her messages will get through on her latest single “The Wilderness.”

“Music has a way of touching people’s lives and “The Wilderness”, is a voice for so many. May we grow as much as we cut down, may we clean as much as we pollute, and save the little that is left for the many who have never been to the wilderness.” Marilyn speaks like a true poet and an individual that has experienced being one with nature and surrounding beauty. With that said, it is easy to see how that her principals in writing and personal beliefs comes flowing through in the music. Her style is lucid and articulate. Marilyn delivers her songs with a combination of singing and spoken word, which makes for a very distinctive and innovative kind of jazz.

“Marilyn is one of those artists who’s comfortable singing in many diverse formats, “ says George Duke, the Innocent of Nothing producer and long-time Marilyn collaborator, “She constantly looks for ways to challenge and better herself as a singer and writer, and I find working with her a continuously evolving process of creativity.”

There is no magic formula working here, Marilyn Scott’s approach is simple and straightforward with a goal of reaching her audience in a way that many other artists cannot. We live in a complex world populated by social issues, war, political scandals, and people in Washington that have been sitting on their hands for decades ignoring the inevitable demise of the planet’s habitats and overall health. If more artists like Marilyn Scott started sending a message through the ultimate communicator, music, then perhaps the awareness level would rise exponentially and something would finally happen to make a change for the better. We all can follow her lead, make a stand, and do something about our issues around the environment. The answers lie within the music, just listen.

Contact: Chip Schutzman
Company: Miles High Productions
Address: 6622 Delongpre Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90028
Tel: 323-806-0400
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21 November 2006

Laurel Zucker & Sara Andon-The Complete W.F. Bach Flute Duos

Artist: Laurel Zucker & Sara Andon
Title: The Complete W.F. Bach Flute Duos
Genre: Classical
Label: Cantilena Records
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Laurel Zucker and Sara Andon combine their expertise as flautist in the realm of classical music. Both women are virtuoso performers, veterans that have performed and recorded for many years.

The Complete W.F. Bach Flute Duos is an ambitious set being that is a complete group of compositions featuring the genius of Bach. This is not new territory for either performer and that becomes rather obvious right from the start to the very end of the CD.

Laurel is brilliant with adapting her style of playing with other artists and this is yet another triumph for her. Sara is equally adept; in fact, it is very difficult to tell which artist is playing at any given moment, because they compliment each other so well. I imagine someone that has been listening to them for years would be able to pick out all the subtle nuances and varying tones; however, my ear is not trained as of yet to detect this. In the end, it did not matter to me as I enjoyed the entire recording.

Each musician has a way of taking each composition and making it their own and using their partner as a place to get answers to the call of their lovely notes that seamlessly flow out of their flutes. It is as if the ladies were pied pipers leading me into the forest of enchantment. Of course, this music is much more complex and difficult to play then some perky ditty on a woodwind; I found this to be a kind of magical frame of reference to use for my own entertainment. This is definitely a slice of heaven to be cherished and a great way to relax and appreciate one of the great master’s of music.

© Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck

November 21, 2006

Tracks:

Duo # 1
01. Allegro (4:02)
02. Larghetto (3:59)
03. Vivace (3:09)

Duo # 2
04. Allegro ma non troppo (3:29)
05.Cantabile (3:00)
06. Alla breve (1:37)
07. Gigue Allegro (2:08)

Duo #3
08. Allegro (4:59)
09. Adalgo ma non malto (4:57)
10. Presto (4:23)

Duo #4
11. Allegro e moderato (5:19)
12. Lamentabile (6:20)
13.Presto (2:27)

Duo # 5
14. Un poco Allegro (7:18)
15. Largo (6:38)
16. Vivace (3:25)

Duo #6
17. Un poco Allegro (2:32)
18. Largo (5:46)
19. Vivace (2:02)

19 November 2006

Joan Osborne Releases “Pretty Little Stranger” On Vanguard Records

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Santa Monica, CA--November 20, 2006-- Premier vocalist and songwriter, Joan Osborne, released her Vanguard Records debut, “Pretty Little Stranger” on November 14th.

Recorded in Nashville and produced by Grammy winner, Steve Buckingham, “Pretty Little Stranger” highlights the soulful sound of Joan Osborne with elements of country blues and Americana. This 12 song collection features six original tunes written by Joan including the first single, “Who Divided”, “Shake That Devil”, “After Jane” and the title track and also compositions by Kris Kristofferson (“Please Don’t Tell Me How The Story Ends”), Jerry Garcia/Robert Hunter (“Brokedown Palace”) and Patty Griffin (“What You Are”).

Joan stated, “I would call this my version of a country record -- some of it very traditional, some less so. It tells feelings and stories in very simple language, and I wanted to focus on that simple way of communicating, rather than be flowery and poetic. I needed to get down to the bare bones and I feel like we did a good job of doing that.”

“Pretty Little Stranger” features some of music’s finest performers lending their talents including Vince Gill on “Time Won’t Tell,” Alison Krauss, “Holy Waters”, Sonny Landreth playing slide guitar on “Dead Roses” and Rodney Crowell providing harmony vocals on his own “When The Blue Hour Comes.”

Joan Osborne had one of the biggest releases of the mid-90’s with “Relish” and participated in the historic and successful Lilith Fair Tour. She has worked with a myriad of artists like Bob Dylan, Stevie Wonder, The Chieftains and Bonnie Raitt. She toured with The Dead in the summer of 2004 and recently finished a tour with Phil Lesh & Friends.

Contact: Chip Schutzman
Company: Miles High Productions
Address: 6622 Delongpre Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90028
Tel: 323-806-0400
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Monte Procopio Is Having “A Swingin’ Time” On New Release



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November 20, 2006--Scottsdale, Arizona-- Monte Procopio grew up in a small coal-mining town called Mt. Carmel, Pennsylvania with a population of around 10,000. Those small town values surfaced in Monte at an early age and he grew up with a love and respect for the great singers such as Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, and Nat King Cole. Today he displays his love of the past through his own music by interpreting the classics through two exceptional studio albums.

In 2004, Swingin’ With Style was released and it was well received by critics and listeners alike. This month the highly anticipated follow up to that recording is set for release. A Swingin’ Time continues to give the nod to the past greats as Monte covers timeless classics such as All Or Nothing At All, The Very Thought Of You, That Old Black Magic, Fly Me To The Moon, Route 66, and many others that will spark old memories and bring a smile to your heart.

Monte has received rave revues for his performances and has performed with Alan King, Vikki Carr, Phyllis Diller, and others. As his musical resume and experience grew, he reached a level of maturity as a performer that is unmistakably spot on with A Swingin’ Time .

Following a suggestion from Clarke Rigsby his producer on Swingin’ With Style, Monte met with Grammy Award winning arranger Robert (Bob) M. Freedman and was able to get Bob to sign on for the A Swingin’ Time project. After assembling an outstanding line up of musicians as he did for the first release, everything fell into place and Monte, Clarke, and Bob proceeded to record the new release. A 13-piece band is a featured component in each of the tracks and the arrangements are very distinctive.

The musicianship is beyond reproach on all of these tracks and A Swingin’ Time is certain to put Monte Procopio on the map and inject new life into the timeless classics covered on the release.

Visit Monte’s website for photos, sound samples, biographical information, tour news and more.

Contact: Monte Procopio
Company: Monte Procopio Productions
Address: P.O. Box 2615, Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
Cell: (623) 935-6559
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15 November 2006

Deaf Symphony-Chains of Love

Artist: Deaf Symphony
Title: Chains of Love
Genre: Metal
Label: Snug Harbor Records
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Deaf Symphony is the brainchild of Matt Cerbin. Back in June of 2005, I had my introduction to his project Black Garden. I was impressed with the recording and recently I received the most recent effort Chains of Love. The workload is shared this time around so Cerbin can concentrate more on playing the guitar, bass, and keyboards and not have to be concerned with the lead singing as well. It looks like there is an official lineup now. Larry Cox is back playing his drums and you can hear him loud and clear. The way he plays really sets the standard for everyone else to follow. There is another guitar player in the mix now too, Howard Askeland. He holds his own and does a nice job trading licks with Cerbin.

Cerbin continues to crank out all the thundering dirges of metal riffs and he turns the vocal duties over to lead singer Chris Rogers. Rogers sounds more like the roughshod gravely voiced type (think James Hetfield but a bit heavier) while Cerbin reminded me of Rob Halford on the first outing. I would prefer Cerbin at the front of the band but I have to say that Rogers does match up well with the music and metal heads are sure to be sporting a grin from ear to ear when they hear the 10 powerful tracks offered up on this CD.

So what you have is a band fully charged at every position with a meatier and potent sound. It is as if everything got a kick in the ass and pushed up a few notches. The more I hear Rogers I can begin to see how he is the right fit for their aggressive sound. It just took a few listens for these ears to become accustomed to all the changes.

When you think metal bands, the thoughts that enter your mind first are not serene and loving…it is quite the opposite. There are many good things going on in music and the people in bands regardless of the genre and the reputations that follow them around, are offering their services to make life better for those in need. Recently Deaf Symphony formed a partnership with the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV). This falls right in line with emotive lyrical content set to the driving beats, bone crunching guitar riffs, and thumping rhythm section provided consistently throughout this set. The cover of the CD paints the picture perfectly and when you start playing the music, it all starts to make sense. The titles of the tracks are very vivid as well, “Chains of Love,” ‘Take The Fall,” “When The Body Is Dead,” all tell stories of pain and emotional destruction. All of this falls under the heading of domestic violence. You can violently damage someone emotionally with just words, then that can manifest into physical ailments, which eventually can start an “Insurrection.”

This music will stir your soul, raise the barometer of your heart, and have you counting your blessings for the life you have. It is all about rocking out and getting some awareness to heavy-duty social issues that cannot be ignored, and trust me, this music will not be ignored.

© Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck

November 15, 2006

01. Take the Fall (4:36)
02. Breaking Down the Walls (5:49)
03. The Call of the Night (5:05)
04. Sactuary of the Mind (3:51)
05. Killing Myself (3:55)
06. Insurrection (3:54)
07. Take Me Back (5:16)
08. Chains of Love (3:56)
09. When the Body is Dead (4:50)
10. Room for One (7:56)

12 November 2006

Laurel Zucker & Mark Shapiro-Master Music for Flute & Piano

Artist: Laurel Zucker & Mark Shapiro
Title: Master Music for Flute & Piano
Genre: Classical
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The long time team of Laurel Zucker & Mark Shapiro unite once again on a selection of compositions from influential composers Cesar Franck, Gabriel Faure, Claude Debussy, Franz Schubert, and Maurice Ravel on Master Music for Flute & Piano.

The title of the recording befits the 19 compositions covered on this comprehensive outing. Schubert gets extensive coverage through seven variations and the “Theme – Trochne Blumen.” While I found the entire recording beautifully done and valid, this particular broad honoring of Debussy is the most prolific and ever changing on the CD. The then the two main compositions are by Cesar Franck, which the artists feel is the most important classic. The flute and piano playing of Ms. Zucker and Mr. Shapiro are as usual, beyond reproach.

The consistency of the compositions is remarkable. I found the music sweeping and it left me mesmerized, unable to concentrate on anything else for very long. Of course, this would be the objective of any entertainer, and this marvelous couple does a fine job of capturing the essence and purpose of the original composer’s meaning.

Once again, I found myself captivated by classical music. What makes it all that much sweeter is that its independent classical musical on the label of the artist. Shapiro and Zucker serve as an inspiration to all artists from every genre on the globe. This is how you do it the indie way with class and style.

© Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck

November 12, 2006

Tracks:

01. Cesar Franck Sonata -Allegro ben moderato
02. Cesar Franck Sonata- Allegro
03. Cesar Franck Sonata- Recitativo Fantaisia
04. Cesar Franck Sonata- Allegretto poco mosso
05. Maurice Ravel - piece en Forme de Habanera
06. Gabriel Faure - Morceau de Concourse
07. Claude Debussy - The Little Shepherd
08. Franz Schubert - Introduction & Variations on a Theme from Mulle
09. Schubert - Theme -Trochne Blumen
10. Schubert - Variation 1
11. Schubert - variation 2
12. Schubert - variation 3
13. Schubert - variation 4
14. Schubert - variation 5
15. Schubert - variation 6
16. Schubert - variation 7
17. Darius Milhaud Sonatine - Tendre
18. Milhaud - Souple
19. Milhaud - Clair

06 November 2006

Monte Procopio- A Swingin’ Time

Artist: Monte Procopio
Title: A Swingin’ Time
Genre: Jazz
Label: Independent
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First Monte Procopio was Swingin' With Style now he is having A Swingin’ Time. It looks like swingin’ is his thing. Monte is staying with the same formula on his second album performing timeless classics again. Michael Buble has penetrated the charts with his tribute to the jazz classics, Michael Bolton recorded his own cover album recently, and Tony Bennett is 80 and still rolling right along covering the timeless classics. Many have tried with varying degrees of success but few can do it to make it a memorable experience, stirring emotions and making one feel they are reliving special moments in time. Procopio is one such artist that compels to keep reaching for his CD to hear it again. Now more than ever artists are reaching back to the past to reignite or start a career covering these great tunes.

Monte offers 14 classic tracks on this CD and it finds him in a good place once again. I think he has improved upon his delivery since the last release. He is smoother and sings with even more emotion than he did before, which makes each track sound like they were meant for him to sing all along. Some of the best cuts for these ears were “The Best Is Yet To Come,” “Route 66” and “It Had To Be You.” Admittedly, those are personal favorites but just the same, he does them all so well! I particularly enjoyed the bright horn sections in these tracks and noticed how beautifully the rhythm section kept everything in time so well.

Having a strong musical backing for your voice is indispensable and once again, the music is spot on and better than ever, and it goes without saying how the production aspects went from a B to A, the difference between his debut CD and this one is quite noticeable. The musicianship is beyond reproach on all of these tracks and Grammy Award winning arranger Robert M. Freedman does a fantastic job putting this together to make the magic happen again for Monte and Company. It is always the goal to improve upon your last effort and with A Swingin’ Time this artist has done just that.

Monte is creating his own personal legacy that will continue to build on the solid foundation already laid down with two solid albums. It looks like singing classic jazz tracks were built for his vocal style and passion for great music. No other genre embraces timeless compositions as jazz does and I know one name that I cannot forget now, his name is Monte Procopio.

© Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck

November 6, 2006

01. All Or Nothing At All (4:27)
02. The Best Is Yet To Come (4:41)
03. That Old Black Magic (4:11)
04. The Very Thought Of You (4:40)
05. Sway (4:37)
06. Route 66 (4:46)
07. Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) (4:08)
08. Someone To Watch Over Me (5:12)
09. More (3:47)
10. Night And Day (4:22)
11. Nature Boy (5:35)
12. It Had To Be You (2:54)
13. Witchcraft (3:55)
14. Smile (2:39)

Credits:

Robert M. Freedman: Piano
Warren L. Jones III: Bass
Todd Chuba: Drums
Clarke Rigsby: Guitar
Hugh Lovelady: Alto Saxophone
Bryon Ruth: Tenor Saxophone
Lucas Pino: Tenor Saxophone
Jerry Donato: Baritone Saxophone (Tenor Saxophone Solo on song 6)
Fred Forney: Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Dave Coolidge: Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Tom Miles: Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Bill Foy: Trombone
Steve McAllister: Trombone
Joe Corral: Alto Flute, Alto Flute Solo (song 11)
Christina Steffen: Alto Flute (song 11)
Dom Moio: Percussion (songs 5, 9, 10)

05 November 2006

Kidfluence Television Extends Reach, Partners With Global Broadband Television Company IVNET.TV

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Delray Beach, Florida--November 6, 2006-- CoMatrix Media is developing a new television program entitled Kidfluence TV which focuses on real life issues that effect today’s youth. In a forum setting, parents, teens, tweens, professionals, advocates and other diverse guests will gather to share and explore the vital issues that our youth face. Kidfluence Television is solution based; and the goal is to increase the social conscience of its viewers.

Kidfluence addresses topics such as juvenile delinquency, teenage pregnancy, peer pressure, underage drinking, academics, video games, dealing with divorce of parents, and much more. CoMatrix Media also plans to produce short PSA’s that will be cataloged on the Kidfluence website. These educational and instructional clips serve as incredible resources for parents, children and teenagers. “The prevalence of youth issues today serves Kidfluence well, says Steve Ruprecht, Creator and Executive Producer of Kidfluence Television” “It allows us to intensify the spotlight on educating our kids and stressing the necessity of proper parental guidance”.

Kidfluence will not only focus on discussing the issues of importance, but is also committed to supporting literacy and education on a global perspective. IVNET.TV is a worldwide broadcasting network that features independent films, live concerts, live 24/7 internet radio, and streaming content from around the world.

This partnership will increase the overall reach of Kidfluence Television. “It allows our show to reach more viewers, through many mediums. The more eyes on our show and understanding of the vital issues, the better,” adds Josh Epstein, Marketing Representative for Kidfluence Television. Additionally, IVNET.TV will have the opportunity to incorporate content from Kidfluence Television episodes and PSA’s, and use the material as a continued resource.

Every month, Kidfluence seeks the participation of kids, tweens, and teens. They have initiated a writing competition that will inspire real stories written by kids. Each month a strategic partner will sponsor the competition. The first partner involved will be the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (MSPCC). The MSPCC is a private, nonprofit society dedicated to leadership in protecting and promoting the rights and well being of children and families.

The goal for this competition is to encourage tweens and teens to express themselves and open up about their own experiences. Kidfluence provides prizes to the individual responsible for contributing the most poignant piece.

Additionally, Kidfluence Television is seeking both partner and sponsorship involvement.

Company: CoMatrix Media c/o Kidfluence TV
Contact: Josh Epstein or Heather Collins
Address: 14545 J. Military Trail, Delray Beach, FL 33484
Phone: Josh (512) 585-3209 or Heather (910) 578-3576
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Off Broadway Play Katrina: A Whole Lotta Water Opens November 9th

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New York, NY--November 6, 2006-- Emmitt Thrower is the owner and president of the non-profit Wabi Sabi Productions. With the opening of Katrina: A Whole Lotta Water just around the corner on November 9th his organization and their sponsor Fractured Atlas anticipates a lot of buzz about the off Broadway play.

Emmitt Thrower is a recipient of the 21st Century Independent Spirit Award in culture and the chairman of the Otto Awards for political theater. He is also one of the founding organizers of Five Points Productions Theater, collaboration between diverse theater companies uniting to produce political theater on 42nd Street. Emmitt’s goal artistically is to find diamonds in the rough and help develop them, and then release them into the universe. Katrina: A Whole Lotta Water will bring attention to many performers, but more importantly to a crisis that is ongoing in the affected areas that the hurricane devastated.

The focus of the multimedia event will surround the deep social issues around such a life-changing event and help those unaffected by its far-reaching destruction to come to an understanding of how important it is to feel the pain and suffering of others and count their blessings for what they have. Many life situations can be set to music and dance and this is no exception, in fact, the play brings it all home straight to the heart, and that is the hope and intent of its creators.

The opening of the hip-hop multimedia musical Katrina: A Whole Lotta Water is Nov 9, 2006 at 8 PM at the Producers Club II located at 616 Ninth Ave, New York City. Five performances have been added for November 10 through November 12, 2006: Friday 8 PM, Saturday 2 PM & 8 PM, Sunday 2 PM & 6 PM. Tickets are available at www.theatermania.com and by calling 212 352-3101. Groups can call 917 716-6635 for tickets. The cost of admission ranges from $20- $30.

Company: Wabi Sabi Productions
Contact: Emmitt Thrower
Address: 890 Trinity Ave, Bronx NY 10456
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01 November 2006

Laurel Zucker & Mark Shapiro-Madrigal for Flute and Piano

Artist: Laurel Zucker & Mark Shapiro
Title: Madrigal for Flute and Piano
Genre: Classical
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Laurel Zucker and Mark Shapiro continue their longstanding musical alliance with yet another superb release titled Madrigal for Flute and Piano. This is their seventh release on Cantilena Records. The duo is creating quite a legacy of classical renderings and this particular release is one the stands out amongst the many I have enjoyed over the years.

Ms. Zucker and Mr. Shapiro are in exceptional form performing music from various composers from the 18th and 19th century. Reineke, Gaubert, Hue, Boehm, and Doppler are the honored composers on this outing.

The term 'madrigal' has two distinct, unconnected meanings: a poetic and musical form of 14th-century Italy, and a 16th- or 17th-century setting of secular verse. This is ongoing education for me personally, both listening and understanding the meaning of the titles. I find it all very fascinating and can see how this beautiful music has lasted through the ages. Classical music is where it all starts and ends and everything we hear that is from a different genre stems from it. There was a day that I would have said that statement was rubbish but now I know much better.

The nine tracks take you through a story from a place far away in time with the ebb and tide of a musical ocean that seems to flow right over you while listening. This music is exciting, sad, tragic, and full of the many colors of the soul. Without uttering a word this music is so powerful, alone that it does need a single word to express itself. The flute is a beautiful instrument and if used properly it can bring out many different atmospheres, particularly when it combines with another instrument like a piano. The give and take that this dynamic duo formulates in each composition is an ongoing dialogue with their instruments that holds strong and true from the beginning to the end of this recording.

Madrigal for Flute and Piano is music that resonates through the universe and will continue to do so thanks to the fine artists performing, Laurel Zucker and Mark Shapiro. Thank you both for another classic that I intend to enjoy for many years to come.

© Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck

October 31, 2006

1. Carl Reineke- Movement 1
2. Carl Reineke -Movement 2
3. Carl Reineke - Movement 3
4. Carl Reineke- Movement 4
5. Philippe Gaubert- Divertissement
6. Francois Doppler- Fantaisie Pastorale Hongroise, Opus 26
7. George Hue- Fantasie
8. Philippe Gaubert - Madrigal
9. T. Boehm - Nel Cor Piu Variations