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Music of Composer and Pianist William Linton
William has been described as an artist whose medium is sound rather than color. His solo piano and electronic music have received critical acclaim and have been featured on several nationally syndicated radio programs, such as National Public Radio’s Music from the Hearts of Space. He invites the listener on a journey through imaginary and impressionistic musical landscapes. His music is peaceful, reflective and relaxing.
His CD, Piano Sketches, is a high quality digital recording of contemporary music written and performed by William for the grand piano. These heartfelt pieces vary from modern classical to jazz influenced alternative – all played with his unique touch. A 2003 NAV Top – 40 Release
"All of the songs are beautiful and evocative... This is truly an outstanding solo piano collection, and I very strongly recommend it. ...one of the most peaceful and restful piano albums I’ve heard in awhile."
Kathy Parsons - Solo Piano Publications
"Call him the cerebral maestro... He grants us a revealing glimpse into his mind as he graces us with a full hour of blissfully beautiful piano compositions that will make your heart bleed and then make your heart sing... William Linton deserves to share the same piano bench with the best of ‘em."
Wasim Muklashy - L.A. Splash Magazine
"Linton displays a masterful command of nuance as he gently plays in an impressionistic manner... For my money, it's one of my favorite solo piano releases of the last year or two."
Bill Binkelman - WIND and WIRE
"Linton's remarkable sense of lyricism and melody shines brightly."
Gail Worley - The Worley Gig
Kevin Asbjörnson - Concert pianist
"This music is peacefully transcending. The clarity and elegant beauty captivate you, as if familiar. If you could hear emotion echoing in the heart of a wise person, this is what it would sound like. Specific chords strike deep then the harmonic structures tenderly lead you into a place of resolve. Truly an experience of beautiful music."
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