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At an Old Trysting Place, by Edward MacDowell

Hello everyone, Do you know what a trysting place is? It’s a place for a meeting, especially a secret meeting of lovers. I love the romantic, nostalgic, bucolic feeling Edward Macdowell evokes in this little piano piece, called At an Old Trysting Place, from his Woodland Sketches. Hope you love it, too! Thanks to Charlea […]

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Felix Mendelssohn: Songs Without Words, Op. 30, #3: Adagio non troppo

I remember the ecstatic feeling when I first played one of the Felix Mendelssohn Songs Without Words. It was with my very first piano teacher, Mercedes Alleshouse, in Mansfield, Ohio. Ever since then, Mendelssohn has been one of my favorite classical composers, alongside J.S. Bach, Chopin, Liszt, Grieg, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Wagner, Schubert, Beethoven, Debussy, Ravel, […]

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Falling in Love in the Fall

Hello everyone, In honor of autumn in New Zealand-lol, I am releasing “Falling in Love in the Fall”, just as spring is arriving in Indiana. I love all 4 seasons, but perhaps my favorite is the fall. I wrote the music and the lyrics, sang the lead and backing vocals, and played the piano. Recording […]

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Timothy Reed on Roots Diner 91.1 WITT Radio

I was fortunate last week to be invited on to Lisa Morrison’s Roots Diner radio program last weekend. I was interviewed twice and also got two songs from Euphoric Owls played on the air; Flying and Azure Skies. Roots Diner features local singer/songwriter as well as classic country, blues, and folk music. Thanks so much […]

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