Francesca Saracino / Casey / Honeybourne / Morgan - Imagine Two Rivers: The Music Of Barry Seaman (Uk) | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. Six Songs for piano and female voice: My dove, my beautiful one
2. Six songs for piano and female voice: At that hour when all things have repose
3. Six songs for piano and female voice: Love that came to us in time gone by
4. Six songs for piano and female voice: Rain has fallen all the day
5. Six songs for piano and female voice: Bid adieu
6. Songs for piano and female voice: Strings in the earth and air
7. Philomel
8. Imagine Two Rivers
9. White Bird Flying
10. Ben's New Piano
11. Orpheus Piano
12. MIDI Pianos
13. Carol for unaccompanied Soprano
14. Lincoln Voluntaries 1
15. Lincoln Voluntaries 2
16. Lincoln Voluntaries 3
17. Lincoln Voluntaries 4
18. Lincoln Voluntaries 5
19. Lincoln Voluntaries 6
20. Lincoln Voluntaries 7
21. Lincoln Voluntaries 8
22. Lincoln Voluntaries 9
23. Lincoln Voluntaries 10
24. Gabriel's Greeting
25. The Eve of St. Agnes
26. Ada's Song
27. Philomel for female voice and piano
28. Tango from Mirabai

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This memorial CD celebrates the beautiful music, heart, and soul of gifted composer Barry Seaman, who was tragically lost to Covid-19 on April 5, 2020, aged just 73, when the UK was in the first lockdown and 'normal' funerals were not allowed. Born on 10th December 1946, Barry realised from a young age he wanted - needed - to be a composer, dedicating himself to that vocation, and later studying music and composition at York University from 1969 to 1972. He was a prolific creator and a natural teacher with a unique style, passionate about sharing and communicating his love of music, film, and art. His many friends have spoken of Barry's distinctive voice, his talent as a composer who combined modesty and boldness, whose sincerity was obvious in everything he did, of a gentle man, one of a kind, who deserved many, many more years. A man who touched so many people's lives, who is greatly missed - and who leaves something beautiful and everlasting behind him. Although we have lost Barry, we must not lose his music. Through the transcendent beauty he created, he lives on. Jane Seaman, December 2022