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Romance 11:02
Work Song 06:11


When I first started putting together Retreat, I was thinking of the title as more of a spiritual retreat. The first track, "Enlightened Moment", fits this mold rather well. (YouTube) However, as I got further into the album, the title came to mean more of a personal retreat. With "Romance", it becomes a retreat for lovers. I’m not sure what type of work I was thinking about for "Work Song", it must have been more mental because it doesn’t seem to be very physical. With "Mourning Music", the character of the album changes as this is definitely music that accompanies personal tragedy. This event then overshadows the rest of the album. "Heebies and Jeebies" deals with the uncertainty that follows such an event. "Finding Our Way" is an attempt to come to grips with the situation. "Silk and Incense" is an another attempt at healing. With "Morning Music" the couple begins to start anew on a new and different life.


released April 13, 2020

Glenn Stallcop, composer, piano, album art


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Glenn Stallcop Phoenix, Arizona

Glenn Stallcop is a composer, pianist, and a long-time double bassist with the Phoenix Symphony. He has recorded many albums of piano improvisation over the last 20 years. He is a well-established composer with over 100 published works for orchestra, chamber music and vocal works, solo piano and double bass. ... more

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