© 2019 by Frederick Warner

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"Namaste" is a Hindu greeting. It essentially means "I celebrate the place in you where we are both one". If "Namaste" had been produced as an LP album, side A would be called "Sylph" meaning 'of the cosmos' and side B would be called "Sylvan" meaning 'of the forest'. Since it's produced as a CD instead, it's arranged with the first 9 pieces comprising "Sylph" and the remaining 7 pieces comprising "Sylvan".

"Blue Almonds" was a phrase that Frederic Chopin used to describe 'impossible dreams' and 'castles in the air'. When I decided to name my piano album "Blue Almonds", I directed the artist creating the cover to blend in a piano keyboard, idyllic meadows, farms, hills & mountains and to include a transparent castle in the sky.