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Reverie

by Reverie

Instrumental acoustic guitar and piano music with classical, celtic, folk, and new age influences.
Genre: New Age: Contemporary Instrumental
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1. Rolling Countryside
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2. Canon
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3. Clover
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4. Southern Reflection
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5. In The Highlands
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6. Through a Child's Eyes
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7. Simple Notions
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8. Stormfront
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9. Marble Halls
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10. Country Club Rag
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11. A Moment's Serenade
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12. Highland Reprise
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Composer/pianist Patrick Lee Hébert and composer/guitarist Chris Lonsberry have joined talents to create the duo Reverie.

Their diversity of style entrances the listener and brings him through a deluge of mental imagery, ranging from a crashing thunderstorm to a beautiful Scottish meadow.

Patrick brings his classical and new age training and background to the table while Chris has a more contemporary history. The combination works incredibly well together and has delighted listeners for years.

Classically trained, Patrick Lee Hébert has been performing his solo compositions since his debut in 1991. He has appeared on numerous circuits including television The Joseé Vachon Show, radio WDER and live performances throughout New England and the Midwest. Mr. Hébert is the Music Director at Trinity Full Gospel Church in Hooksett, NH. With three albums to his credit, Patrick continues to avidly compose and perform. He is also a published poet and a noted teacher. With two solo piano CDs to his credit and a third on the way, Patrick, aside from his efforts with Reverie, will continue to expand his solo piano career.

Chris Lonsberry is a self-taught lefty guitarist whose ease and clarity of playing has been described as ethereal and powerful. Mr. Lonsberry started playing the guitar when he was 15 years old and has an appreciation for almost every style of music, which is reflected not only in his guitar style, but also in his composition. He has been performing with Mr. Hebert for nine years.


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Chris Lonsberry


Wind and Wire Magazine - Feb. 17, 1999 San Francisco, CA Reverie is a duo consisting of Patrick Lee Hebert on piano and Chris Lonsberry on guitar. All but two of the tracks (Pachelbel’s Canon in D and the Celtic favorite Marble Halls) are original compositions, and range from a country/folk styling to full synth orchestration. As a whole, the CD has a very relaxed, easy-going feel to it, but is complex enough musically to invite repeated listenings. Hebert and Lonsberry are both extremely capable and creative artists, and have produced a very satisfying first album. Southern Reflection is a lovely, wistful piece, which is featured as a piano solo on Hebert’s The Poet’s Dream; the guitar adds a new dimension. In the Highlands has a more rousing, full-bodied feel with a flowing guitar solo in the middle backed with synth strings. Through A Child’s Eyes reminds me of the sweet simplicity of some of Robin Spielberg's pieces - very honest and direct. Stormfront is the biggest and longest of the tracks, and my favorite. It opens to the sound of rain and thunder to segue to dramatic synth strings, which, in turn, segue to Hebert’s piano and Lonsberry’s electric guitar in a mournful duet. In its seven minutes, the piece ebbs and flows with changes in instrumentation as well as mood. Highland Reprise closes the CD with a melodic synth orchestration that trails off.... A very nice CD indeed! - Kathy Parsons

Chris Lonsberry


AUTOreverse #8 Right after I started playing this CD, my roommate CURTIS yelled out, "Windham Hill!" He's right, of course -- he's always right -- so I'll use his exclamation as a fairly convenient jumping-off point. If GEORGE WINSTON and WILLIAM ACKERMAN did an album together, it'd probably sound a lot like REVERIE. Lulling, major-chord-filled melodies...Some nice (if not subdued) finger-picking...Piano ostinatoes...REVERIE has it all, if you're looking for something to play on a quiet moonlit evening, while sipping champagne with your significant other on the deck of your beach house (the one that overlooks Nantucket Sound, of course). Quiet and peaceful... - Ben Gott