2008Nov02
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The second album in the "Solo Piano Diary" Trilogy
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With twenty-six tracks, it’s difficult to pick out favorites - I love ‘em all! Although each piece is distinctive and unique, the pace and tone of the music create all overall mood of quiet reflection. Some pieces are very melancholy and some are tranquil and contented, but all are extraordinary gems that gracefully flow from one to the next. There are very strong classical influences in Lindquist’s music as well as occasional jazz and new age elements, but this is music that flows directly from his heart to his fingers, seeking his own personal truth without fear or inhibition - art in its purest form. The absence of titles allows the listener to imagine what Lindquist was thinking or dreaming of when he created the music or to let the music spark the listener’s imagination without any hints of what specifically inspired the pieces. The dreamy quality of many of the pieces makes this an exceptionally relaxing collection as well as an incredibly beautiful one. I give it my highest recommendation. //Kathy Parsons

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