Piano and Cello Duet - Brian Crain

Piano and Cello Duet

Brian Crain

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2006-07-31
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • ℗ 2006 Crain Records


Title Artist Time
Spring Waltz Brian Crain 4:30 USD 0.99
Across the Bay Brian Crain 3:27 USD 0.99
Andante Cantabile Brian Crain 5:17 USD 0.99
Rolling Clouds Brian Crain 3:25 USD 0.99
A Walk In the Forest Brian Crain 4:33 USD 0.99
One Morning In June Brian Crain 3:53 USD 0.99
Song for Sienna Brian Crain 4:04 USD 0.99
Kindred Spirits Brian Crain 2:49 USD 0.99
Andante Affettuoso Brian Crain 5:16 USD 0.99
Butterfly Waltz Brian Crain 3:43 USD 0.99
Early Light Brian Crain 3:54 USD 0.99
Northern Sky Brian Crain 5:08 USD 0.99
Moonrise Brian Crain 3:29 USD 0.99
Lavender Hills Brian Crain 3:06 USD 0.99
Tribute to Dax Johnson Brian Crain 2:50 USD 0.99


  • Notes from a Bunhead

    By tinyturtle27
    My name is Chloe. I am fourteen, and I dance with a local ballet company. I performed a "Hunger Games"-inspired piece to Song for Sienna. It was beautiful. Every time I stepped into the studio, or onto the stage, I forgot about the competition between dancers and the aesthetics of the art and all the pain and the high expectations of my instructors and audience. I completely let go, and danced like I never have before. Ballet is supposed to look effortless and ethereal, and it normally takes years of training for hours every day to even come close to the standards of this aesthetic. Dancing to this piece, it really was effortless. My body just did what it was supposed to do, and it didn't exhaust me or strain my muscles. I felt the music in the deepest places of my soul, places that I didn't even know existed until I learned this dance. Later, after the show, people from the audience, people I had never met in my life, came up to me and told me that I looked better than I ever had before, and many tried to convince me to join a bigger, better company. I remain here for now, while I finish school, but I hope to sign with the Charlottesville Ballet after college. This one song changed my entire future, and I will be forever grateful. I've tried using bits and pieces of the choreography in other dances, but it never gives me the same magical, inexplicable feeling that dancing to this album does. Now, any time I need to choreograph my own ballet pieces, this is where I go. Thank you so incredibly much for sharing that piece of yourself with me. I'll never forget it.
  • Why isn’t piano opus on iTunes

    By fajkfjd;
    I really like this album because of the combination of piano and the violin. But I really want the piano opus album because it was just piano and I love the songs on there. So please consider putting the album onto iTunes.
  • Speechless.

    By Irqxuser
    Breathtaking...literally for a few moments. I listened to half a song and bought the album. An emotional rush of music. Euphony at its' best.
  • Brian crain

    By DarkCello
    This man has a way of making songs like spring waltz sound like you are in a dream, a fairy tale. The sound is rich and it's like you are transported to a other place. the song tells a story. but of what? who knows it can be whatever you can think up.
  • Lyrical

    By Da Sox
    This is emotion expressed through music writ large. Beautiful. Great music for a bit of self reflection. Like a soundtrack for life.
  • Beautiful!

    By Shelabel
    I love Brian Crain's work. My favorite song is song for sienna. He does such a great job. I love the peaceful feeling his music brings.
  • Beautiful.

    By Ryroge
    Absolutely the most Delicately gorgeous sounds. I love this album and the way the cello and violin work together. Wonderful album!
  • Brian Crain

    By Killahari
    Brian Crain is the best writer of music ever, I have not heard a better composition than his song for Sienna. He even sells his sheet music, how cool is that?
  • Absolutely...

    By musician/athlete at the same time
    Amazing. To have two beautiful sounding instruments together like this just makes all of the pieces so complete. I play both piano and cello, piano more dominantly so this album is perfect to listen to. There is so much emotion involved and I can connect so much to it. Again, exhilarating.
  • brilliant!

    By Stephyy08
    i absolutly love brian crain. i think he is brilliant and i dont know what i would do without his music.