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Atmospheres

by Michael Dulin

His artistry simply entrances on this CD, showing an astounding range of emotion. From smooth jazz to Celtic to Appalachian to ambient, Atmospheres showcases every facet of his keyboard brilliance.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Atmospheres
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2. Once Upon a Time
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3. Mirage
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4. Common Faith
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5. Bedtime for Little John
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6. Nocturne
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7. Duet
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8. The Highlands
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9. A Song for Jan
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10. Morning Clouds
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11. Night Rhythms
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Experience the music of Michael Dulin. Unique in his ability to embrace and combine musical styles - smooth jazz, new age, Americana, Celtic, classical - he has developed a highly personal musical style with wide international appeal. Fans of Keiko Matsui, Jim Brickman, George Winston, and Wayne Gratz alike have found that Michael Dulin's music is indeed "music that soothes the soul and excites the mind".

A world class pianist and keyboardist, Dulin's music is the perfect marriage of heart and technique - simple enough to accompany any activity, yet complex enough to bear repeated listenings, revealing new layers of meaning with each hearing.

Love songs, lullabies, wedding songs, Celtic hymns, ambient music, smooth jazz solos.
It's all here. So enjoy the artistry of Michael Dulin's music. After the song is over, the magic stays with you...


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Kathy Parsons

Top Pick of the Month!
“Atmospheres” is pianist Michael Dulin’s second release of original piano solos. After a long career in the classical music field as well as acting as producer of music for others, Dulin is emerging as one of the brightest stars in the new age/ambient genre. Calling his music “inner music - music that balances and centers and replenishes,” his pieces are soothing enough to stay in the background to set an easy mood, and yet are complex and challenging enough to be consistently interesting and rewarding for the active listener. Dulin’s playing “chops” are impeccable, and the tone of the Steinway he recorded the music with is crystal clear. Most of the tracks have washes of synth instrumentation for color, but this is definitely a piano album.

The title track opens the CD with a quiet melody that is enlivened with shimmering runs up and down the piano keyboard. Both pensive and serene, the piece is a very elegant opening. “Once Upon a Time” is a bit more wistful and dreamy - very gentle and sweet. “Mirage” is more ambient, with a beautiful flowing quality and a sense of moving forward. “Bedtime for Little John” is a simple, cozy lullaby that spills over with innocence. “Nocturne” is absolutely gorgeous - cool and peaceful, and very atmospheric; very definitely a “night song,” as the title implies. “The Highlands” is a bit more structured, and could easily be a movie theme - a beautiful melody. “Morning Clouds” is fluid and tranquil without any hard edges. And then there is my favorite track, “Night Rhythms.” This piece is much more “smooth jazz” than classical, and it pulls me in every time. It has the easy-going pace of the rest of the CD, but is more rhythmic and has a sense of fun. It surprised me the first time I listened to the album, but I just love it!

“Atmospheres” is destined to be one of my “Top 10 for 2003,” I’m sure, and Michael Dulin has become one of my favorite contemporary composers. Very highly recommended!

Susan Shortmeier


We think you and Jan are great. I think we have all your cds and have down loaded lots of sheet music as well. I have been searching on line, do you have a 2009 Concert Schedule...