Rod Goertz | Reprieve

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Reprieve

by Rod Goertz

Warning: This collection of music for solo piano may cause drowsiness. Do not combine with cold medication. Alcohol is fine, say a nice glass of sherry. Perfect music for those times when you really don't want to hear anything at all.
Genre: New Age: Solo Instrumental
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1. Morning
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2. Wavewash
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3. Bill's Piano
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4. Nocturne
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5. Secret Key
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6. Summergone
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7. The Glass Staircase
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8. Snowman Returns
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9. Perpetual
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10. Coulee
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11. The Weaver
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The piano music on Reprieve will meet or exceed your daily requirements for beauty in an unobtrusive format. It quietly asks to be ignored, and will sometimes blush if a unique harmony or haunting snatch of melody is singled out for attention.

Rod Goertz is a Ottawa based pianist and composer with a tendency to fall asleep at the keyboard. The pieces are therefore fairly short, as this reduces the risk of injury. Besides, twenty-five minutes of this stuff is generally enough--by then you're either snoring or ready to throw a brick through the window.


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