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Hello again, everyone!  Since I have a break between performances and recording sessions, I have been able to catch up on notating and releasing some new piano compositions I have created over the past few months and now have them posted on the web shop section of this website.  And I have been asked to be a part of a centenniary celebration in Saskatoon...musically speaking! Read on to learn more....

Firstly, the list of new piano solos listed is as follows:

Heirlooms of the Heart
Making a Way
My Garden of Love
Swingin' Kjell Hannisdal
The Prophetic Word

Feel free to check the webshop (or at my sales table) and look through these pieces. I trust you'll enjoy playing and hearing them as I have had composing them.  Depending on how things go, there may be new pieces added to the list over the coming weeks, so check this article (or the webshop) for further updates.

Since I landed in Canada Tuesday, June 21st, I was called by the Saskatoon Catholic School Division to play piano for a recording session. The song I accompanied is called Let's Celebrate, composed by Saskatoon grade school teacher Paul Bourgeois.  Not only had I notated this song for Bourgeois and the school division, I was called in to play piano for the recording session with Saint Joseph's High School Choirs under the directorship of Shaun Bzdell and assistance of Vice-Principal Jacquie Ackerman, with whom I had sang in the Greystone Singers, the touring concert choir of the University of Saskatchewan in the 1980s. I was then also honoured to be asked the same day to produce this single for the 100th anniversary celebration, with additional tracks to be recorded over the summer as schedules are coordinated. It is indeed a good thing to share talents for a celebration of education and religious faith. As has been shared by Pope John Paul II, "He who sings prays twice." A web address will be posted soon with links to the centennial song. 

I'll close here for now, but until next time, see you somewhere down the musical trail!

Musically Yours, Trent