January 7, 2013

Piano Alone

The Fall of 2012 saw Peter-Anthony in studio recording his new solo piano album Piano Alone.

This suite of tracks comes out two wonderful afternoons I spent at Toronto’s Number 9 recording Studio’s. I fell instantly in love with the studio’s beautiful 9′ Bechstein piano which I had never been introduced to before. Nothing on this album was planned, all the tracks were improvised except for three existing tunes and I played those in a way I had never thought about ┬ábefore. This beautiful lady Bechstein was almost telling me what to play and how to play. I will never forget this experience and I’m so glad to share it with you on this recording. – Peter-Anthony

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Here are some previews of three cuts from the album.


Intermezzo – first movement of a five movement suite

Allyson’s Song

Just Say’n It!

2 thoughts on “Piano Alone

  • Intermezzo and Allyson’s Song are very good compositions, and very pleasant to listen to, not to mention the very excellent playing. Just Saying It, does not quite fit my ear. I’m really looking forward to meeting you. Tony has mentioned about you several but has yet to introduce me to you.

  • Wow, this is great! Amazing that it’s essentially improvised. I live in Michigan, and back before we could get what ever we wanted on the internet I drove to Windsor just to buy a copy of “Shimmeree” on CD. Glad you’re still playing.

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