- Featured: Anna Ciccarelli
- Release Date: 1/28/2003
'NITECAPS is the most relaxing instrumental music collection I've ever heard' - Jordan Lee, American Press Assn. Highly recommend the following ideal applications: 1 - Background for medical or dentist offices 2 - Nursury or children's naptime 3 - Massage therapy 4 - Sleep Therapy 5 - Stress reduction 6 - Restaurant/Cafe dinner background 7 - Elevators 8 - Homework, Study aid for school and/or college 9 - Musical Therapy 10 - Musical Education 11-Places of Worship 12-Day Care Centers 13-Funeral Homes IF DEEP THOUGHT, TOTAL RELAXATION, OR JUST MERE RELAXED ENJOYMENT IS YOUR OBJECTIVE, NITECAPS IS YOUR #1 SOLUTION. Remember to use your 'shuffle' or 'Random' mode or you wil never hear ALL of the songs! You will be in the 'Land of Slumber' in a matter of minutes. SWEET DREAMS. __ ARTIST BIOS Anna Bianco Ciccarelli comes from a musical family, has been composing and teaching for over 25 years and is a supberb and gifted musicisn. She received her degree from the Philadelphia Musical Academy.She was a long time student of Donald Montanaro (The Curtis Institute of Music). Anna has freelanced and toured in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Florida. Her unique musical talent was discovered at an early age and she is multi instrumental. Anna's wide spread reputation has her teaching piano, guitar, clarinet, saxophone, flute and voice to private students across the state of Florida. She is currently in dual company with her husband performing throughout the state. Tony Ciccarelli has long been a recognized name in the field of music. He is a former member of the Philadelphia, Cleveland and Houston Symphony orchestras and has performed as clarinetist and saxophonist on many of their national and international tours. He has performed with many of the world's leading artists from Van Cliburn to Itzhak Perlman. Tony, a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, holds a Masters degree inconducting and education. Some of his well known students are Ricardo Morales, principal clarinetist of the Philadelphia Orchestra; Ted Gurch, co-principal clarinetist of the Atlanta Symphony' and Dennis DiBlasio, a world class saxophone artist.
|Composers:||Johann Sebastian Bach|