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Eyes of the Morrow is a unique collection of piano compositions by film and television composer, Paul Gilreath. The tracks include smooth jazz and full orchestra accompaniments by leading studio musicians in Nashville and Atlanta as well as members of The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Gilreath was thrust into the smooth jazz limelight, when hundreds of radio stations across the country began playing the album. It continues to be a source of music for commercials and documentaries and has been used NBC's Olympic broadcasts, CBS's The Masters broadcasts and nature shows on ESPN and National Geographic. Gilreath lives in Atlanta, Georgia. His music career has taken him from one side of the United States to the other and back again. Paul has a composition and piano performance degree from Stetson University. After completing his bachelor degree, he moved to Los Angeles, where he soon signed with an agent and went on to score four feature films and countless television shows, commercials and documentaries. Longing for the simpler life he had known in the south, he left LA in 1987 and returned to Georgia. Over the next decade, Gilreath continued to write commercially in Atlanta and was often called on toproduce orchestral scores for various projects, including television shows and national advertisements. Gilreath is the author of the award winning book, 'The Guide to MIDI Orchestration', which is in it's third edition and has sold over 24,000 copies world wide. He and his wife Channie live outside Atlanta with their son Quint and daughter Birdie.
Eyes of the Morrow is a unique collection of piano compositions by film and television composer, Paul Gilreath. The tracks include smooth jazz and full orchestra accompaniments by leading studio musicians in Nashville and Atlanta as well as members of The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Gilreath was thrust into the smooth jazz limelight, when hundreds of radio stations across the country began playing the album. It continues to be a source of music for commercials and documentaries and has been used NBC's Olympic broadcasts, CBS's The Masters broadcasts and nature shows on ESPN and National Geographic. Gilreath lives in Atlanta, Georgia. His music career has taken him from one side of the United States to the other and back again. Paul has a composition and piano performance degree from Stetson University. After completing his bachelor degree, he moved to Los Angeles, where he soon signed with an agent and went on to score four feature films and countless television shows, commercials and documentaries. Longing for the simpler life he had known in the south, he left LA in 1987 and returned to Georgia. Over the next decade, Gilreath continued to write commercially in Atlanta and was often called on toproduce orchestral scores for various projects, including television shows and national advertisements. Gilreath is the author of the award winning book, 'The Guide to MIDI Orchestration', which is in it's third edition and has sold over 24,000 copies world wide. He and his wife Channie live outside Atlanta with their son Quint and daughter Birdie.
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Format: CD
Label: CDB
Catalog: 74061
Rel. Date: 02/22/2005
UPC: 795732240724

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Eyes of the Morrow is a unique collection of piano compositions by film and television composer, Paul Gilreath. The tracks include smooth jazz and full orchestra accompaniments by leading studio musicians in Nashville and Atlanta as well as members of The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Gilreath was thrust into the smooth jazz limelight, when hundreds of radio stations across the country began playing the album. It continues to be a source of music for commercials and documentaries and has been used NBC's Olympic broadcasts, CBS's The Masters broadcasts and nature shows on ESPN and National Geographic. Gilreath lives in Atlanta, Georgia. His music career has taken him from one side of the United States to the other and back again. Paul has a composition and piano performance degree from Stetson University. After completing his bachelor degree, he moved to Los Angeles, where he soon signed with an agent and went on to score four feature films and countless television shows, commercials and documentaries. Longing for the simpler life he had known in the south, he left LA in 1987 and returned to Georgia. Over the next decade, Gilreath continued to write commercially in Atlanta and was often called on toproduce orchestral scores for various projects, including television shows and national advertisements. Gilreath is the author of the award winning book, 'The Guide to MIDI Orchestration', which is in it's third edition and has sold over 24,000 copies world wide. He and his wife Channie live outside Atlanta with their son Quint and daughter Birdie.
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