Many Snows by Jeanne Cotter

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Condition
Brand New
Duration
Album
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Artist
Jeanne Cotter
Format
CD
Number of Discs
1
Record Label
Oregon Catholic Press
MPN
OCP11252

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Many

Snows


by Jeanne Cotter

Warm your home and grace your holidays with the spirit of Christmas with this collection of exquisite solo piano arrangements from Jeanne Cotter. 

Dedicated to her brother Richard who died in 1992, Jeanne Cotter's Many Snows honors a season filled with hope and longing. This solo piano collection for Christmas and wintertime elegantly express the range and depth of emotion associated with the season.

Featuring beautiful new arrangements of such classics as “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” and “What Child Is This,” Many

Snows

also includes a few newly composed songs for the season from Jeanne herself.

Whether you’re in search of music to serve as the background for your personal prayer time or a holiday meal with friends and family, Jeanne's elegant piano music will warm your home and grace your holidays with the spirit of Christmas. 

Jeanne Cotter:
Using the gift of singing, storytelling, songwriting and piano performance, Jeanne Cotter has won the hearts of listeners throughout the United States and Canada.

Bio:
A liturgical musician and inspirational speaker, Jeanne Cotter is also a successful secular and spiritual performer and recording artist. She was active with the now-defunct North American Forum on the Catechumenate and has been the master teacher and coordinator of the Keyboard and Ensemble Schools for the National Association of Pastoral Musicians.

Her collection of solo piano pieces, Amber, takes the listener to a sacred place. In addition to her recordings with OCP, Jeanne has published several original collections with Mythic Rain Publishing, a company she started in 1993.

Jeanne lives in Minnesota.