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Music for Egon Schiele

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Rachel's 22/0/1996

Review

Composed for a live theater/dance production about the tragic life of Austrian artist Egon Schiele, the gentle majesty of Music for Egon Schiele is a welcome change of pace for anyone bored with popular music forms, transporting the listener's mood entirely. Rachel's weaves a delicate but highly moving musical fabric that wraps itself around you tightly and pulls you in, simultaneously cradling you lovingly while haunting you with its melancholy ambiance. At times, the emotionally rich compositions work as effectively as any ballet score to tell the artist's tragic story. It is to pianist Rachel Grimes' credit that her pieces convey a stirring sense of drama and vivid imagery that perfectly match her subject. Highly recommended. ~ Bret Love
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Family Portrait Rachel's 5:42
  3. 2 Egon & Gertie Rachel's 3:2
  4. 3 First Self-Portrait Series Rachel's 3:48
  5. 4 Mime Van Osen Rachel's 3:6
  6. 5 Second Self-Portrait Series Rachel's 2:30
  7. 6 Wally, Egon, & Models in the Studio Rachel's 4:42
  8. 7 Promenade Rachel's 8:25
  9. 8 Third Self-Portrait Series Rachel's 2:24
  10. 9 Egon, Edith & Wally Meet Rachel's 2:41
  11. 10 Egon & Wally Embrace & Say Fareewell Rachel's 3:10
  12. 11 Egon & Edith Rachel's 2:55
  13. 12 Second Family Portrait Rachel's 4:46

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