Piano Tales

by Coreen Morsink

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This is a collection of my first Piano and Piano and Voice compositions from 2001-2007. The compositions reflect the beauty of Greece and the joy of nature and children.

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released June 15, 2014

Piano and Vocals by Coreen Morsink
Sound Engineers: Manolis Manousakis and Peter Aslanidis
Recorded live in Athens, Greece.
Photos of Greece by: Coreen Morsink

Live Recordings from Athens Greece. All recordings were done on pianos tuned either to A=440 or A=442 and converted here as closely as possible to A=432hz for a better listening experience.

Coreen Morsink's 12-1 Preludes for prepared piano can be purchased through Demerara Records as part of their contemporary music CD featuring 26 composers from 20 countries

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Coreen Morsink Athens, Greece

Coreen Morsink is a Canadian/Greek composer focussing on music springing from Ancient Greek sources. She uses ancient Greek music theory and philosophy as a base of inspiration for her new music. Her pieces use compositional techniques which combine old and new with exploration into microtonality, unusual tuning systems and multiphonics. Her recordings are at A=432hz which is her preference. ... more

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Track Name: In The Wind's Eye
In the wind's eye I have sailed and sail,
But for the stars I own my telescope is dim
But at the least I have shunned the common shore
And leaving land far out of sight
Would skim the ocean of eternity.
The roar of breakers has not daunted my slight,
Trim but still seaworthy skif and she may float
Where ships have foundered.