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Posted: 11-Oct-2012, 06:13 AM
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NEW PIANO ALBUM FROM PAZ DEL CASTILLO IS ONE YEAR’D “MUST-HEAR” CDS

The new recording from Paz del Castillo is the best solo piano album I have heard in the past several years. The CD is called ELEVEN DROPS and it is a delicious respite from today’s stressful world. The music has warmth, stylish melodies, heartfelt passion and a feel-good ambience about it. This lady makes it look easy.

Paz del Castillo (pronounced: pause dell cuh-stee-yo) is from Spain and this is her third album. With extensive classical education and training, she already has impressed concert audiences all over Europe playing both traditional repertoire as well as her own material.

Find a place online to hear excerpts of her music or just go ahead and buy the CD, and then listen to her exquisite original compositions and I think you will agree she is an incredible talent with a knack of making music that subtly gets to you and makes you come back again and again for more.
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