There is a freshness to his approach to this material that utterly avoids cliché and provides depth and beauty in its place… a remarkable achievement.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 16, 2013
Wedding music will take a breath of fresh air as “All the Days of My Life: The Wedding Album” gives a contemporary voice to the timeless wedding classics. This CD produced by Windham Hill founder, Grammy Award winner William Ackerman and conceived by pianist-composer Vicente Avella is a response to a current void that exists in the music available for weddings. CD’s and digital downloads will be available on iTunes, Amazon and CD Baby on June 3, 2013.
Through working with couples over the years, Avella encountered an ever-growing need for music that gave a current expression to the traditional wedding classics. “This inspired me to create this album: a collection of piano music that embraces both the traditional and the contemporary,” he says.
The legendary New Age artist and producer William Ackerman has been a strong supporter of this project from its early beginnings. “There is a freshness to Vicente’s approach to this material that utterly avoids cliché and provides depth and beauty in its place… a remarkable achievement”.
Mr. Avella has been writing and performing internationally since 1998. The Boston Globe described his composition work as "good taste unto genius”. He has scored numerous independent films, orchestrated and worked on music production for major network television shows including Family Guy (FOX) and American Dad (FOX), and written music for worldwide advertising. His music has received multiple accolades.
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1. Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring; J.S. Bach
2. Dressed in White; Vicente Avella
3. Romanze (Canon in D); Johann Pachelbel
4. Bridal March; Richard Wagner
5. Ode to Joy; L.V. Beethoven
6. All the Days of My Life; Vicente Avella
7. Romanze (Reprise); Vicente Avella
8. The One I Love; Vicente Avella
9. Ave Maria; Franz Schubert
10. Spring; Antonio Vivaldi
11. Wedding March; Felix Mendelssohn