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A variety of moods from Beyond

PUBLISHED: 15:47 18 December 2008 | UPDATED: 13:01 11 August 2010

KNOWN for his outstanding piano playing, and discovered by top record producer, David Foster, talented William Joseph has received global acclaim for his skills as a musician, composer, and performer. Beyond, his second studio album is now released via Wa

KNOWN for his outstanding piano playing, and discovered by top record producer, David Foster, talented William Joseph has received global acclaim for his skills as a musician, composer, and performer.

Beyond, his second studio album is now released via Warner Music Entertainment.

Executively produced by Foster, Beyond is a blend of sounds referred to as 'classic pop' a bold and confident collection of instrumentals which showcase Joseph's artistry.

The music captures a variety of moods, from the dramatic to the heart-wrenching, to the light and playful, all performed with the emotional power and polished precision that the artist has become known for.

It features 12 tracks: Standing the Storm; Beyond; Leningrad; Heroes; Once Upn Love; Kashmir; Apasionada; Return With Honour; Cinema Paradiso; Asturias; and A Mother's Heart.

With the exception of Led Zeppelin's Kashmir, which features a violin solo by Lucia Micarelli; and a version of Andrea and Enrico Morricone's Cinema Paradiso, Joseph composed all the songs on Beyond, and his piano playing is backed by a band and 72 piece orchestra.

To celebrate the album's release, he is appearing as special guest on singer Katherine Jenkins' December UK tour, appearing at The Royal Albert Hall in London, Oxford, Manchester, and Birmingham.


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