Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: New Age, Pop, Rock
The third of the trilogy of the 'airs' and it's a piano album, without electronic keyboards. The music fits the titles: Bach, Chopin, Rachmaninov, even Satie - you could find here influences from different epochs of piano ... more »
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The third of the trilogy of the 'airs' and it's a piano album, without electronic keyboards. The music fits the titles: Bach, Chopin, Rachmaninov, even Satie - you could find here influences from different epochs of piano classic music. It is very easy to listen to and if you are lover of classical music - it would be interesting to compare Rick's taste with your own. If you are true rock fan - may be this disc would be for you a door into the realm of classic music...
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Romantic Relaxing Sad Airs
Sergey Lenkov | Mother Russia | 12/31/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Night airs... Night tunes... Nocturnes!
Sad, soft, elegiac, meditative music, played by Rick on pianoforte. "Night Airs are... made for the imagination, allowing listener to paint pictures to music", - writes Rick.
"The Sad Dream", "Twilight", "Night Owls"... The music fits the titles. If you want to be in romantic mood - listen to this album. It would remind you nocturnes by Field.
If you like this CD - try also
Rick Wakeman & Adam Wakeman "Romance of The Victorian Age" (1994)."
Depends on the mood
Amanda Bartels | Eltham, Victoria Australia | 12/29/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This is one of Rick Wakeman's more New Age-y albums and as such will not appeal to some of his traditional prog fans. It's mood music so don't expect much in the way of musical narrative or thematic development. The mood is nocturnal hence the title, but it's a quiet night all round. The piano is gentle and pensive, and for me the tracks sound better in isolation than played together all the way through which indicates that the music does become repetitive. I find myself wishing for a few more changes in key or tempo, but I guess the purpose of this album is to retain the mood rather than disturbing it, so I won't call that a criticism. If you're after some mood piano that you want to listen to while doing something else or getting away from the traumas of the week, this is probably for you. If you're hoping for Wakeman synthesizing a la Six Wives, don't bother. If you want a stronger offering from Wakeman's classical piano repertoire, then buy Heritage Suite instead."