Eric Allaman | Berlin Diary

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Berlin Diary

by Eric Allaman

Piano Solos˙
Genre: New Age: Neo-Classical
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1. A Season of Losses
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2. By the Wall
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3. Letter to Julita
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4. Summer by the North Sea
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5. The Passion Fantasy
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6. Morning Minuet
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7. Eulogy for Shelly
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8. Anna Katarina
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9. The Love Gone Wrong
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10. The Dying of Morfar
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11. Expressions of Death
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12. Forever Longing
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13. Time Against My Life
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14. Autumn 1985
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15. Together at Twilight
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This CD is a compilation of compositions that I composed over 25 years ago when I lived in West Berlin Germany. The pieces are literally a diary of my life during the height of the 1980s Cold War, and the people I met who influenced and changed me. The CD contains stories about each composition and why it was composed. The compositions are romantic in nature and are some sort of hybrid of Chopin, Debussy and Satie.


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James Heinze

Berlin Diary
Witnessing these pieces take on a new life, after some 25 years, I am most grateful, to have had, the incredible honor of hearing them during their initial composition! It fills my heart with great joy, to see a much wider audience, namely the world, being graced with the same listening pleasures, as I had once experienced. They are musical gems, of the highest caliber, to be treasured over and over again! They are simply, as they say in Berlin, 'Wunderschön'!