Peter Squicciarini | These Are the Times

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These Are the Times

by Peter Squicciarini

A diverse potpourri of emotions and experiences succinctly expressed on a solo piano.
Genre: Easy Listening: Background Music
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1. Be Sweeter Far
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3:19 $0.99
2. Little Star
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3:53 $0.99
3. Guacamole
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6:19 $0.99
4. Medicine
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6:17 $0.99
5. Lily
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4:08 $0.99
6. Who Is This King of Glory?
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5:42 $0.99
7. Seven Seventeen (The Struggle)
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7:46 album only
8. Hope
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9. Goodnight, Petes
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10. Of Mustard Seeds and Mulberry Trees
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6:38 album only
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Album Notes
Rumors have surfaced about utilizing the pulsating, free-form moaning more commonly known as "pop" as a method of interrogation. The majority may wisely prevent such methods due to its "cruel and unusual" nature. In a time littered with trash, "These Are The Times" is the fertilizer that will stimulate the growth of beauty we have so long forgotten. Get ready for a music experience that will afterwards compel your ears to take a vow of monogamy.

Classical music has long maintained a love-hate relationship with humanity. Much like a rutabaga. But Peter has managed to merge the love half of classical music with a modern sound that quickly swoons the haters into believing their ears are full of art, not music. This music is meant to be experienced, not merely heard. After all, there is no such thing as a silent play. It wouldn’t sell; a stage was built to carry the weight of human emotion and project it to a crowd. So too with Peter’s music: it encapsulates human emotion and produces candy. A perfect blend of sweetness, vivacity, and density. -Greg Bartos


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