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He has been composing music as long as he can remember. Family members tell him that when he was very young he began whistling nearly all the time. I just made it up. But Brian continued to whistle his songs. He was not drawn to the keyboard. When he was ten years old, Brian began taking piano lessons, but he soon became bored with the lessons. Besides, the piano took time away from his new passion, baseball.
So he gave up the piano. His need to compose, however, would not be stopped. His friends would often hear him whistling his newest compositions during practice or games on the baseball diamond.
At this young age, Brian was dreaming of becoming a professional baseball player while whistling his own songs. Brian would occasionally sit down at that nearly forgotten piano. He would improvise at the keyboard, just as he had always improvised with his whistling, playing with the notes until something started sounding just right.
He was, without realizing it, teaching himself to play the piano. Also without intending to do it, Brian was training himself to compose at the piano. He was also still nurturing his dream of playing professional baseball, but after unsuccessful tryouts with professional teams, he sadly let that dream slip away. It was during this time that his family suggested he record his personal piano works and release them on CD.
He had never seriously considered recording for CD release, but when he recorded the first album, it was so well received that he started spending all his time composing and recording his own works. Now he jokes that the best thing that ever happened to him was not becoming a professional baseball player. Korea, one of the sites of the Winter Olympics.
AT THE IVY GATE BRIAN CRAIN PDF
At the Ivy Gate
Brian Crain - At The Ivy Gate