Jim Centorino | Mini Sampler #1

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Mini Sampler #1

by Jim Centorino

Evocative instrumental music that inspires images and emotions.
Genre: Easy Listening: Background Music
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1. Home Of The Humpback
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4:13 $1.99
2. Notes On A Triangle I: "bipedale"
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2:20 $1.99
3. Notes On A Triangle II: "quarto"
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3:01 $1.99
4. Notes On A Triangle III: "quinto"
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4:25 $1.99
5. Ivory (with Rifle Shots)
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6:08 $1.99
Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


Album Notes
Home of the Humpback is evocative instrumental music with the sound of humpback whales artfully mixed behind the music, as supplied and mixed by nature recordist Richard Hooper. It is reflective of the lament of the humpback whale in its cold, dark world of the deep ocean.

Notes on a Triangle is a three-movement, classical-style composition for Bb Clarinet and piano. The clarinet is flawlessly performed by world-renowned clarinetist and clarinet mouthpiece designer Jim Kanter. The pianist is renowned pianist and composer Carol Cole, whose inspirational compositions are aired worldwide. The piece is based on the geometry and mathematics of the 3-4-5 right triangle, around each leg of which is based that particular movement.

IVORY (with rifle shots) is poignant and evocative instrumental music with the sound of elephants artfully mixed behind the music, as suipplied and mixed by nature recordist Richard Hooper. Originally released with the rifle shots, on the first repressing, the rifle shots were replaced by a thunder crash by World Disc Music, who controlled its sale at the time, and
were concerned that the impact of rifle shots in in the music might be too disturbing for some retail stores as they played music from the album "IVORY, a Tribute to the Earth's Endangered Species" over the store PA system. Subsequently, the entire album was rereleased by Centorino Productions as"IVORY, A Celebration of Wildlife." This recording of IVORY, with rifle shots, is the original recording as it was meant to be.


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