- The Golden Years
- Worlds in Motion
Comments & Short Reviews
“Composer Clifford White embraces the beat on this uplifting album. Each side features two extended treatments of lively, upbeat themes. White constantly introduces new instruments and treatments (such as the cascading piano scale or the winds playing against the accelerating, syncopated rhythms of “Transmigration”) to keep the music fresh. “Transmigration” ends delightfully with descending major piano scales. The title cut begins with storm sounds and notes falling like rain drops. The music then takes off on a joyous flight in a Caribbean cadence.” – Carol Wright, All Music Guide, June 2003.
“Containing multi-layered textures, Nature’s Symphony took two years to write and complete. Clifford’s first attempt at symphonic material, the album is written in four movements and is full of latin rhythms. Nature’s Symphony does not contain conventional songwriting hooklines; instead it changes direction, never bound by any one particular theme. Clifford describes it as “depicting voyages, either of the mind or of the real world, or both.” – Sally Frances, Keyboard Review, February 1995.
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