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Sharon Fendrich's 'Red Sky Prairie' gets near-perfect 98/100 score on September - New Age Music Chart

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American neo-classical composer Sharon Fendrich presents her self-produced first album, Red Sky Prairie with 11 tracks full of emotive melodies that captivate the heart. The disc offers the listener a soundtrack to their own dreams and memories, featuring Fendrich on piano, along with four Dutch soloists: violinist Wilfred Sassen, cellist Joep Willems, flautists Helen Hendriks and Ies Muller, and Russian vocalist Anna Emelyanova. Mixing both instrumentals and lyrical pieces, Fendrich writes her songs in five languages including Esperanto, and together with a captivating orchestral sound design, the 59-minute album creates an inviting and magical sonic world. 

For the September 2019 New Age Music Chart (NAMC), a perfect mix of veteran and up-and-coming artists – from Enya and Steve Roach, to Grayhawk, Juan Sánchez and Karen Biehl, along with debut artist Sharon Fendrich and her album "Red Sky Prairie" – which we scored a near-perfect 98/100 – the highest score for a debut album since Nitish Kulkarni's "Synesthetic" in 2014. 

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September 2019