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Noteworthy Sentiments

I am pleased to present Noteworthy Sentiments, my 11th album of original compositions for piano. All of the pieces were composed as gifts for people important to me, sometimes for celebration and sometimes to provide support or consolation. It was completed at the start of the COVID pandemic in 2020, a memorable time for us all.

Conversation Pieces, Vol. 3

This is the final album of edited versions of some of my favorite compositions. It was difficult for me to choose among them, as each is special to me in some way! Often, I made the decisions based on my desire to present as many different compositional styles as possible. Sometimes, I excluded a longer piece in favor of two shorter pieces, just so I could share more compositions!

Conversation Pieces, Vol. 2

I have been composing piano music since I was six. My first piece was “Let’s Go to the Bakery,” which, unfortunately, was written a few months too late for me to have played it at Woodstock. Conversation Pieces is a compilation of some of my favorite pieces from the last few decades. So that I could share more of these “highlights” with you, I have edited most of the pieces.

Sound Bites

It is my pleasure to share my 9th album of original compositions for piano, Sound Bites. How is this album different from the others? Well, the compositions are significantly longer, on average, than those on my previous albums and, for the first time, I have not included any pieces composed before I started producing studio albums ten years ago. Moreover, the studio has a new grand piano!

Doctor’s Notes

It took me almost 40 years from the time I first started composing piano music to produce a compilation on CD (Fine Tuning, 2006). Once I finally learned how to do it, I’m glad to say, I was able to complete this 2nd CD in a more expedient manner! Doctor’s Notes contains piano music in a variety of styles and it is my hope that everyone who listens will find some pieces to enjoy.

Medical Records

I am proud to present Medical Records, my tenth album. For this project, I have had the honor of collaborating with two other pianist-composers who happen to work, as I do, at the University of Michigan Hospital: Errick Thomas and Daniel Cronin. It has been an absolute pleasure to work with these two talented musicians.

Spare Keys

It is a pleasure for me to introduce Spare Keys, the fourth in my series of CD’s of original compositions for piano. Once again, I have attempted to produce pieces in a variety of styles and it is my hope that everyone who listens will be able to find at least a few compositions to enjoy. My son, Ben, has contributed an exciting new piece entitled “Storm at Sea” and Ellie, my daughter, demonstrates her versatility by playing three instruments on “Beholding Three Eleanors.”

Fine Tuning

This CD is a compilation of twenty piano pieces that I composed between 1972 (when I had a full head of hair but little insight into the human condition) and 2006 (when I had little of either). The various pieces that I have included represent many different periods of my life and serve for me as sweet reminders of people and places that remain very dear to me.

White Coat Compositions

White Coat Composition is my third CD of original works for piano, but the first on which I have included vocal compositions. For a pair of these songs, I have been very fortunate to borrow the talents of two senior medical students, Geoffroy Sisk and Alexandra Kejner. My three wonderful children again have contributed as instrumentalists and I have also included one brief composition by my younger son, Ben.

Measuring Up

I’m pleased to present Measuring Up, my fifth album of original compositions for piano. The final two selections were composed by my younger son, Ben, who is well on his way to surpassing his father! It is dedicated to my own beloved father, Burril Fine, who died the morning before our final recording session. I cannot express adequately how much he will be missed.