George Winston - December mp3 flac download
|Date of release:||1982|
|MP3 album size:||1183 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1372 mb|
|Digital formats:||AU AUD MP1 ASF AHX MP4 WMA|
December (1982) Composed and Performed by George Winston.
December (George Winston album). December is the fourth solo piano album from George Winston. It was recorded during the fall of 1982 and was released at the end of the year. It is a Christmas album, and more generally a tribute to the winter season. The album is a follow up to Autumn. December is Winston's highest-selling album, having been certified triple Platinum by the RIAA, signifying 3 million copies in shipment
Producer – George Winston, William Ackerman. Track 1 Inspired by friends and places of Miles City, Montana. Track 2 An Appalachian carol of the late eighteen hundreds. Collected by the eminent folklorist John Jacob Niles. Track 3 Inspired by an arrangement by guitarist David Qualey, from his album Guitar Solo, on Telefunken Records, . 3413 (German Import). Track 4 Inspired by Vince Guaraldi. Track 5 A nineteenth century Ukrainian carol
George Winston (born 1949) is an American pianist who was born in Michigan and grew up mainly in Montana (Miles City and Billings), as well as Mississippi and Florida. He is best known for his solo piano recordings; several of his albums from the early 1980s have sold millions of copies each.
The mother of all solo instrumental albums, and with good reason. Mixing traditional carols with Pachelbel's Canon and a few originals, Winston produces a solo piano album of unparalleled - and undeniable - beauty. How can music be simultaneously stirring and soothing, relaxed yet exalted? Millions have found the answer here, and an industry has spent decades trying to duplicate it.
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Pianist George Winston’s 1982 album December-which falls between other seasonal albums Autumn and Summer-is a touching study of mood and consonance, giving off airy sonorities. Tracks like Jesus, Rest Your Head and Night, Pt. 2: Midnight conjure the stillness of snowy nights with soulful chords and chilled-out melodies, while Carol of the Bells uses the carefully orchestrated interplay between sprawling runs and its well-known ostinato line to evoke reverence and mercy. December George Winston. Not all great Christmas recordings are by the old crooners. Pianist George Winston’s 1982 album December-which falls between other seasonal albums Autumn and Summer-is a touching study of mood and consonance, giving off airy sonorities.
|A2||Jesus, Jesus, Rest Your Head||2:40|
|A5||Carol Of The Bells||3:56|
|B1||Variations On The Kanon By Johann Pachelbel||5:21|
|B2||The Holly And The Ivy||4:52|
|B3||Some Children See Him||3:43|
- Engineer – Karen Kirsch, Steven Miller
- Mastered By – Jack Hunt
- Piano – George Winston
- Producer – George Winston, William Ackerman
NotesWord "December" on front jacket is printed light tan in semi-gloss. Versions with cat #WH-1025 have this word embossed, with no ink.
Track A1 inspired by friends and places of Miles City, Montana.
Track A2 an Appalachian carol of the late Eighteen Hundreds. Collected by the eminent folklorist John Jacob Niles.
Track A3 inspired by an arrangement by guitarist David Qualey.
Track A4 inspired by Vince Guaraldi.
Track A5 a Nineteenth Century Ukrainian carol.
Part One: Snow 1:51
Part Two: Midnight 1:56
Part Three: Minstrels 2:00
Minstrels was inspired by St. Basil's Hymn, a traditional Greek children's New Year's carol based upon a rendition by Malcolm Dalgish, from his album Thunderhead, on Flying Fish Records.
Track B1 composed circa 1699, the Kanon was originally an organ piece.
Track B2 an Eighteenth Century English carol based upon an earlier French carol.
Track B3 composed in 1951 by Jazz trumpeter Alfred S. Burt [1921 - 1954]. Some Children See Him was one of fifteen carols written as gifts for friends. The piece was originally a song with lyrics by Wilha Hutson expressing the unconditional love present within children.
|WH-1025||George Winston||December (LP, Album)||Windham Hill Records||WH-1025||US||1982|
|C28Y5002||George Winston||December (LP, Album)||Windham Hill Records||C28Y5002||Japan||1982|
|371 025-2||George Winston||December (CD, Album)||Windham Hill Records||371 025-2||Germany||1984|
|L 38158||George Winston||December (LP, Album)||Windham Hill Records||L 38158||New Zealand||1982|
|WHP-28005||George Winston||December (LP, Album)||Windham Hill Records||WHP-28005||Japan||1982|