Most of the time I listen to classical composers. I've made a quiet playlist (Janacek, Scarlatti, Alkan, Poulenc, Shostakovich) and a more vivid swinging list (with for example Granados, de Falla, Lecuona, Milhaud)
Frank Ocean's Blonde (2016) is a masterful album in contemporary R&B. After it debuted, a solo piano version of every song was released, under the album Piano Tribute to Frank Ocean by an unknown artist (although some believe it to be Ocean himself). I do not casually listen to piano melodies, but I will always make an exception for this cover album.
Wow I just finish reading all you answers and @klaudiapianist love your songs I already tweeted the newest single and also a shoutout in Instagram congratulations, I want to know when you are going to release this album?
I’ll be waiting.
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Great topic @DonSolare, I’m a music lover and love the classics and obviously the released recently, I don’t have a Piano Playlist exclusively but let me recommend some artist (I didn’t see you commented about them but didn’t check out your Playlist)
hi @Jpgchief I'll follow you on spotify! Soon my new album will be released "BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN (PIANO COVER)". I'm looking for playlists to insert my songs, but I still have not received any answers. Greetings, Klaudia
My playlist dark sad piano is now slowly gaining some followers. Not much 39 but every week a few people join. I don't mind adding a song from a pianist over here. If it's a sad or really dark song that is. That's the theme.
Now that you've been given all the great well-known pieces, try Jean-Philippe Collard Neven. He does contemorary classical. His latest album is with an oud player, Nasser Houari. It's very moody and worth a listen.