Music played by The Magic Orchestra which is a sequel of the work that the composer, arranger and director Gian Piero Reverberi Italian (Genoa, 1939) developed with the musical group founded in 1979, the 'Rondo Veneziano'. This group achieved a huge success with 20 million copies sold in Europe based on a musical style of baroque influence (based on Vivaldi, Albinoni, Boccherini, etc.) structured as light music, limiting the link to the music of 18th century to the orchestral sonority, but particularly channeled to pop and rock music.
Compilation album featuring a repertoire of sixteen items selected from world-class performers such as Vangelis, Lalo Shiffrin, Grover Washington Jr., and Paul Desmont or popular players, like Fausto Papetti, Gil Ventura, Gino Marinello, etc. Selected melodies directed to acclimate a pleasant evening with sax as protagonist.
Tamara Anna Cislowska is one of the best known and awarded Australian pianists of her generation. She has performed as a soloist across five continents and is renowned for her wide-ranging repertoire and exciting performances. In addition to spanning 300 years of music from Scarlatti to Sculthorpe, Tamara thrills audiences with her own transcriptions and arrangements of popular melodies. This release consists of a collection of dramatic, ghostly and macabre 19th century solo piano works.