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Alexandria pianist releases Christmas CD

Alexandria musician Keith Martinson released his fifth solo piano album just in time for the holidays. "Piano Expressions, Vol. 3: White Christmas (Soothing Carols)" is a collection of solo piano music featuring arrangements of 15 Christmas favor...

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(Pure Impression Photography)

Alexandria musician Keith Martinson released his fifth solo piano album just in time for the holidays.

“Piano Expressions, Vol. 3: White Christmas (Soothing Carols)” is a collection of solo piano music featuring arrangements of 15 Christmas favorites.

The album is the third installment in Martinson’s “Piano Expressions” series.
Martinson records the music at his home studio in Alexandria and utilizes a Nashville studio for the finishing touches. 
The Piano Expressions album covers were selected from the stock photography collection of his wife, Jennifer, who operates Pure Impression Photography in Alexandria.
The couple plans to continue this collaboration with additional album releases in the series.
He obtained a bachelor of arts degree in multimedia production from Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee.
He is a regular performer at a variety of local events and at Alexandria Covenant Church and noted that producing original music for video, film and television projects is an interest.
Martinson and his wife, Jennifer, have four sons.
For free song sample downloads, visit www.keithmartinson.com or search for his music on Pandora Internet Radio. 
“Piano Expressions, Vol. 3: White Christmas (Soothing Carols)” is for sale as a digital download through iTunes and Amazon MP3. CDs are available locally at Dunn Bros Coffee, The Mustard Seed, Martinson Insurance and Elden’s Fresh Foods, or may be ordered online at www.keithmartinson.com .

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(Jennifer Martinson/Pure Impression Photography)

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