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Daniel Lentz: River of 1,000 Streams

Vicki Ray

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River of 1,000 Streams  
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River of 1,000 Streams
Daniel Lentz; Vicki Ray
28:23
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    28:23
“There is absolutely nothing novel about music for multiple pianos... but when the composer is Daniel Lentz and the performer is Vicki Ray, the combination is bound to be enlightening. The half-hour work’s title, River of 1,000 Streams, is a fine descriptor for the music on offer, but there is much more to this extraordinary listening experience... as always with Cold Blue Music, the recording is impeccable.”
- Marc Medwin, Fanfare

Champion of contemporary piano music Vicki Ray presents River of 1,000 Streams, a highly textural work for solo piano and electronics by contemporary American composer Daniel Lentz. Layering innumerable “echoes” of the piano over each other, the music throbs and becomes almost tactile, evoking the flows of the Yellowstone River which initially inspired the composition, creating an immersive experience for the listener.
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