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Musician with roots in Kansas launches new album
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DALLAS, Texas — Former Ellis native Cornell Kinderknecht has just launched his fourth solo album. Entitled “Into Stillness: Piano and Keyboard Improvisations for Heart and Mind,” Kinderknecht’s new album was released in CD, digital and streaming format this week under the Little Greyhound Music (ASCAP) label.   

In a departure from his most recent albums which featured Kinderknecht on flute and reed instruments, the new release boasts 12 original compositions performed on solo piano or keyboard. Flowing and melodic, this instrumental collection emerged from a nightly improvisational series that Kinderknecht broadcast live on Facebook earlier this year. 

An award-winning, Grammy nominated musician and composer currently based out of Dallas, Kinderknecht performs and conducts workshops nationally. His recordings which typically chart under such genres as New Age, World, Zone, Easy Listening, Contemporary Instrumental or Relaxation/Meditation receive airplay by a variety of US and international terrestrial and internet radio stations and television music channels. He is also a featured musician in numerous collaborations with other artists across multiple genres. 

“Into Stillness: Piano and Keyboard Improvisations for Heart and Mind” is available at Amazon, Apple Music, iTunes, CD Baby and other online CD sales, digital music and streaming outlets, as well as through where you can also read more about Kinderknecht’s music and calendar.