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A Glimmer of Hope

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Album reviews | A Glimmer of Hope | album cover imageThis album is Annie’s first in over twenty years and her first ever solo piano album (see reviews by Steve Shepherd and Kathy Parsons below).

She has written and improvised many pieces for piano since she started composing. The tracks on this album form a spectrum from her earlier pieces to more recent ones, with plenty left over to fill quite a few more albums! She also plans to orchestrate some of the pieces later.

Detailed information on the 13 tracks can be found in the 4-page liner booklet

Annie Locke website | One World Music Radio | logoAlbum review by Steve Sheppard of One World Music Radio – do have a listen.

Album review by Kathy Parsons – of

A Glimmer of Hope is British composer/pianist Annie Locke’s fourth album, but it is her first release in more than twenty years and her first solo piano collection.

The thirteen original pieces on the album range from earlier compositions up through more recent work. The music is warm and personal, and there is a comforting touch in all of the pieces. [ A Glimmer of Hope ]

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Portraits | cover imageAlbum review by Kathy Parsons – of

I recently reviewed British composer/keyboardist/pianist Annie Locke’s first solo piano album, A Glimmer of Hope, which is her fourth album and her first release in more than twenty years. Portraits, (which is reviewed here) was her second album …..

Needed now more than ever, Annie’s music.. provides a quiet, peaceful respite and offers a calming escape from the frantic pace of contemporary life and the daily jolts of nastiness that occur all over the world.

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