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David Tolk - In Reverence (2006)

5-03-2016, 17:10
New Age | FLAC / APE

Title: In Reverence
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: Old World Records
Genre: New Age
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 52:29 min
Total Size: 120 / 275 MB


01. In Reverence
02. Abide With Me
03. Autumn Gold
04. Simple Gifts
05. The Garden
06. Oh How Lovely Was The Morning
07. God Be With You Till We Meet Again
08. Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing
09. A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief
10. To The Limit

David Tolk has always shown a mastery of rich, introspective solo piano, dating back to his 1996 debut. So it should come as no surprise on this, his sixth album and second inspirational collection, that his poignant arrangements of favorite hymns continue to find him among the most talented and focused contemporary pianists. Lush, sophisticated orchestrations evoke vivid musical imagery of natural landscapes and sanctuaries in an acoustic folk setting. The only thing that could enhance his moving George Winston-style sound is the well-produced backing string ensemble that includes master woodwind player Daron Bradford, cellist Steven Sharp Nelson and others. The serenity of Tolk's arrangements is akin to the romantic interludes of Jim Brickman. But where Brickman would move a song along with simple chords, Tolk adds richer, more flavorful layers. It stays much to the left of commercialized new age; however, he prefers not to stray into a pulsating, synth-driven cacophony. He artfully presents hymns, but the title track and other originals like "Autumn Gold" and "The Garden" are the true gems on this record. Above all, Tolk performs with his characteristic grace, turning the piano into an instrument of healing.

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