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CDs And Music Samples

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Frank Varano: Dream Again - released November 2003


Papa Gringo - Four acoustic guitars create a delicate framework for blistering guitar solos

Dream Again - The title track features intertwining piano and guitars, topped off by an ethereal solo performed on MIDI guitar.

The Endless Battle - A dramatic orchestral work embellished with three types of guitar.

Assisi - A pristine duet for two guitars reflecting the humble holiness of Saint Francis' home town.

Sunbreath - Jazz guitar and acoustic guitar unite, supported by acoustic bass, piano and tabla as percussion.

 

PNR: Prova Un'Altra Volta - released September 2002

Un Amore Non Normale - A driving rock anthem blending acoustic and electric elements.

Esperimento - A bluesy power tune highlighted by intertwining vocal harmonies

Quel Sorriso - A sweet, quick paced rock ballad with an occasional punch.

Casa Di Dante - A haunting instrumental featuring duelling electric guitars over an acoustic melody.

 

Frank Varano: Voyages and Return - Released September 1997

March of the Andreolesi - A lively guitar march animated with the unusual combination of hammered dulcimers and drums.

Awakenings - A dynamic and beautiful piece for guitar and piano

After The Ball - A soothing ballad arranged for guitar and piano

La Famiglia - An upbeat instrumental with a catchy melody

 

Frank Varano: Season's Gift - Released October 1996

Carol of the Bells - recorded with seven superbly layered guitars

Little Drummer Boy - recorded with twelve string guitars and a three layer acoustic guitar harmony (and of course, drums)

In Excelsis Deo - An eternal classic recorded with guitar, piano, and hammered dulcimer

Joy To the World
- The traditionally beautiful melody with three intertwining guitars

 

Frank has also recorded on L.A. Project's Eye of the Needle (released January 2004) and on Dante Citton's debut CD, Bepi e Altre Storie (released March 2003).