This little beauty is my highest selling card.
With the tranquility and quietness of the clubs,
the Queen of Clubs will provide a serene moment in your day.
This 2 of Clubs piano solo is short, sweet and tender. The delicate melody line
floats around reflecting the gentle strength of the clubs. Just one of the solos
from the CD “Deck of Cards”.
This uplifting ditty is bursting with energy.
It sparkles with delicate patterns, as only diamonds would do.
According to Webster’s Dictionary, the word “Wonderment” means a feeling of being surprised or amazed.
Wonderment of Our World is a CD of piano solos which captures that feeling of surprise.
These compositions reflect the natural cycle of the year. This album begins with the Winter Solstice and ends with the October Full Moon. Each piano solo uniquely portrays these various occurrences. One example is in Fall Equinox, one can visualize the leaves blowing around while listening to happy playful phrases. In the song Zenith, riveting runs sweep up the piano and burst into silence,much like a star pinnacle in the sky.
Click here for link to CDhttp://www.cdbaby.com/cd/jillkremer20
Here are fresh new original piano solos for 2015 which portray different moods and styles.
The “Princess Di Roses” solo is a poignant, lush, haunting composition.
“Rose Buds” makes for a perfect lullaby and “Rose Petals” is a grand waltz which is
sure to set your toe a tapping.
These ten piano solos are also presently available on I tunes.
click here for link to the Rose CD on CDBaby
This is the last post for the trilogy of Christa’s Song. Instead of Around the World it’s music around Seattle thanks to Pianos in the Park hosted by Seattle. This song was played on four different, very fun theme pianos that have been auctioned off.
Its time to play Shoreline’s Piano Time!
August 15th, Friday morning I’ll be playing various pianos according to schedule below.
Please come by.
10:00 Goodwill Shoreline – 14500 15th Avenue NE
10:30 Paramount Park – 15300 8th Avenue NE
11:00 Central Market – 15505 Westminster Way
11:30 Park at Town Center – Midvale at N 178th Street
12:00 Saltwater Park – 2021 NW 190th Street
Below there’s an image if you would like to see the locations with the times I will be playing there.
Hope to see you!
This is the second blog about “Christa’s Song”. Since the song debuted at her wedding in 2010, the song has been played and purchased all over the world. Such as:
and various locations in Europe; to name a few.
This bridal procession piano solo is a unique composition being enjoyed world wide. Also available in sheet music.
Christa’s Song (Bridal Procession) – Single – Jill Kremer
One of my more popular songs is “Christa’s Song”. I’ve realized not everyone knows the back story to this song.
In 1995, I met a second grade girl named Christa. She was a new student and it was my pleasure to teach her for many years. Similar to other students, I enjoyed teaching her piano and she became a fine musician. Luckily she had younger siblings and, like her, I taught them until they had similarly mastered the piano and this way I was able to continue to see and visit her. In 2010, she asked me to play her wedding and I accepted the honor.
During our meetings, we discussed which songs she would like played at the ceremony. Toward the ending of our meeting, the subject of the Bridal Procession came up. Being one of the more prominent songs of the wedding, not including the reception and first dance this was a major decision.
Christa mentioned she didn’t want to have the traditional song of “Here Comes the Bride” and asked my opinion. I was unable to restrain myself and asked if I could compose her Bridal Procession. This shocked her a bit at first because it was a surprise, who would expect their former piano teacher to offer to write them a song let alone their Bridal Procession? Christa graciously accepted and was very happy with the end result.
Each song has some sort of back story of how the inspiration or idea came to be, but this one was a life event that was very special to me, as the composer and piano teacher. It was a true honor to be included in this experience.
Link to song: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/jillkremer7
Stay tune for part two of this trilogy and read about how far a song can really go.
Two extraordinary events have taken place this year. First, the P.E.O. Founders’ Day
Celebration in Tacoma, WA in January 2014, and second, the P.E.O. Founders’ Day
Celebration on Mercer Island, WA. in March 2014. Both events were well attended
and both featured the same program: “The Piano Solos: A Tribute to the P.E.O. Founders”.
Some of the attendees commented that they were surprised at how different each piano
solo was from each other. For example: Franc Roads’ song is an aggressive march, but
Suela Penfields’ composition reflects the era of the Roaring 20’s.
Thankfully, I’m already booked in Ellensburg, WA for January 2015, but certainly looking for