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Eclectic sounds from piano and cello to electronic pop instrumentals. With five solo piano tunes, including two more with cellist Julia Cory, and other tracks with keyboards sounds in an enhance electronic world, this album covers lots of grounds. It's more an anthology of Eric Chapelle's recent works since his release of his album Our Time.
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Label:  Hamsa Music
ArtistEric Chapelle
Release Date:  April 8, 2010
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review by . April 08, 2010
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Composer/pianist Eric Chapelle has released "Across the Water," the long-awaited follow-up to his 1998 debut, "Our Time," and it was well worth the wait! Combining acoustic piano, keyboards, live cello (Julia Cory and Dawn Biaga) and guitar (John Inman), Chapelle has created a masterpiece of tranquil yet complex music that is gentle enough to soothe the soul yet complex and intricate enough to invite repeated listenings that allow the listener to go ever deeper into the music each time. Sometimes …
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