Lynn Tredeau ‘Shifting Sands’ – Contemporary Solo Piano
‘Shifting Sands’ is the fourth album by Lynn Tredeau, an Idaho-based piano and composer with a classical music background. Twelve new compositions spanning forty-seven minutes, the gently fluctuating mood of the album’s individual pieces seemingly illustrate the many subtle changes of one’s everyday surroundings, as well as that of life itself.
Likewise, this metaphorical theme of ‘Shifting Sands’ is beautifully conveyed by the cover artwork, which depicts Lynn in a flowing red dress walking along the desert sand beneath a sunny sky.
Bearing some resemblance to the music of Michele McLaughlin, who inspired Lynn’s own compositional style, ‘Shifting Sands’ bears many classical nuances within its contemporary solo piano framework of elegant poise and grace.
Overall lending itself to a delicate balancing act of subtle mystery and warm sentimentality, the compositions herein range from slightly wistful to optimistically sunny, yet never become definitively dark or gloomy.
A simply wonderful follow-up to her ‘A New Dream’ album, ‘Shifting Sands’ is arguably Lynn’s best work to date, and superbly showcases her maturity as an a New Age artist!
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Watch the ‘Shifting Sands’ release video