Watching for Rain

April 15, 2012

Music review

The sound blends her classical training with her love of New Age, gospel, Celtic, jazz, classical rock, folk and Americana.

by Anne Trenning

Trenning, an instrumental pianist, chose the title for this CD as a metaphor indicating a time of hopeful anticipation.

The sound blends her classical training with her love of New Age, gospel, Celtic, jazz, classical rock, folk and Americana.

The recording features a few solo piano pieces, along with an assortment of selections where the piano is accompanied by other acoustic instruments such as violin, cello, flute, piccolo guitar, bass and percussion.

wwwannetrenning.com

Watching for Rain by Anne Trenning Trenning, an instrumental pianist, chose the title for this CD as a metaphor indicating a time of hopeful anticipation. The sound blends her classical training with her love of New Age, gospel, Celtic, jazz, classical rock, folk and Americana. The recording features a few solo piano pieces, along with an assortment of selections where the piano is accompanied by other acoustic instruments such as violin, cello, flute, piccolo guitar, bass and percussion.

www.annetrenning.com

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 28, Number 5, October/November 2009.

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