Skip to content

Glam Rock

9 thoughts on “ Brilliant Heart - David Friesen - Brilliant Heart (CD)

  1. Bassist David Friesen is one of our city’s many musical treasures. His newest CD, “Brilliant Heart” is a memorial album, recorded in tribute to his son Scott.
  2. Jul 29,  · When renowned jazz bassist David Friesen ’s son Scott passed away in , he knew he wanted to honor his life with a memorial CD, and after some time the opportunity arose at the end of a tour with his trio. The resulting album, Brilliant Heart, is a .
  3. Composed By – David Friesen: Brilliant Heart Composed By – David Friesen: Baixo E Cima Composed By – Christian Hassenstein: Forward Motion Composed By – David Friesen: Time And Time Again Composed By – David Friesen:
  4. And, on “Time and Time Again/Brilliant Heart,” David plays solo piano: the entire piece flowing with beautiful heartfelt homage, a sense of loss, and the consolation of love. Connection – or heightened musical (and human) interaction – is the hallmark of David Friesen’s newest CD. I have praised David as a distinctive stylist on.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Structures on Discogs. Label: Origin Records - • Format: 2x, CD Album • Genre: Jazz • David Friesen - Structures (, CD) | Discogs.
  6. Genre/Form: Streaming audio: Additional Physical Format: Source record: Friesen, David, Brilliant heart. [Place of publication not identified]: ITM, ℗
  7. Brilliant Heart, a song by David Friesen, Larry Koonse, Greg Goebel, Charlie Doggett on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Brilliant Heart - David Friesen on AllMusic -
  9. Friesen's feature is a solo piano medley that speaks both to a search for what's missing and a degree of contentment with what's been found ("Time And Time Again/Brilliant Heart), and Moore's solo is a wonderfully languid interpretation of an immortal Gershwin song ("Summertime").

Leave a Comment