Friday, June 30, 2023

Urban Call By Heidi Breyer


Urban Call


Heidi Breyer

Written by

Steve Sheppard


Heidi Breyer is one of the finest examples of impressionists in the world of solo piano, each of her manifestations have a wonderful descriptive narrative about their purpose, and each has its own pictorial tale to tell, here on Urban Call we can watch the sun rise over the cityscapes in what is a wonderfully fluent and exciting piece.

Heidi’s gentle but intent filled start is something to enjoy, one can feel the day about to literally burst into life through her composition, and then slowly her melodic structures begin switching each and every nuance of urban life on, as we gather energy for another day in the hustle and bustle of city life.

This in my view is the best from Heidi Breyer’s single exploits, a song that flourishes, gains momentum, has intensity, texture and colour, then to conclude pulls back and softly caresses the night, as the blinds come down on another day. A perfect execution of a theme and a song, from a woman who clearly has her muse working overtime, this is solo piano at its very best and should be right up on their on your musical playlist of must haves.

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