Kay Gardner & Mary Watkins | Dancing Souls

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Dancing Souls

by Kay Gardner & Mary Watkins

This elegant instrumental album -- subtitled "Piano & Flute Improvisations" -- is a collaboration between two masters, both foremothers of Women's Music. Romantic & whimsical; includes tracks recorded at the Michigan & National Women's Music Festivals.
Genre: New Age: Contemporary Instrumental
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1. Midnight Velvet Kay Gardner & Mary Watkins
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2. BeLoved Kay Gardner & Mary Watkins
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3. Sweet Thing Kay Gardner & Mary Watkins
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4. A Rose Remembered Kay Gardner & Mary Watkins
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5. Caprice Kay Gardner & Mary Watkins
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6. Dancing Souls Kay Gardner & Mary Watkins
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7. Sacred Embrace Kay Gardner & Mary Watkins
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8. Dreamscape Kay Gardner & Mary Watkins
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This elegant instrumental album -- subtitled "Piano & Flute Improvisations" -- is a collaboration between two masters, as well as two foremothers of women's music! Mary is known to many of us old-time women's music fans for her 1978 LP on Olivia Records, "Something Moving" - but she's known to peers as a musician's musician, whose artistry as a pianist is breathtaking and awe-inspiring. Their improvisations flow like practiced compositions, with varied styles ranging from romantic to whimsical, from lyrical to jazzy to avant garde. Some tracks were recorded at the 1999 National Women's Music Festival, some at the 1999 Michigan Womyn's Music Festival, and some in-studio.



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