Reflections Of Passion

Private Music
Release date
24 Apr 1990
Running length
16 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 After the Sunrise 4:38 14,233
2 The Mermaid 3:48 15,432
3 Quiet Man 4:37 11,679
4 Nostalgia 5:36 47,507
5 Almost A Whisper 3:10 13,519
6 The Rain Must Fall 7:16 33,374
7 Acroyali 5:08 13,090
8 Farewell 2:45 9,767
9 Swept Away 9:19 26,805
10 True Nature 4:29 8,403
11 Secret Vows 3:58 12,771
12 Flight Of Fantasy (260 652) 5:40 6,011
12 Flight Of Fantasy 5:37 15,887
13 A Word In Private 3:49 8,076
14 First Touch 2:58 7,968
15 Reflections of Passion 5:01 36,884

About this album

Reflections of Passion, is Yanni’s sixth album, released on the Private Music label in 1990, with a concert tour the same year and same title. Although it is categorized by the RIAA as a full album, all of the tracks on the album had been released at least once prior. Since the album sampled the most successful tracks from Yanni’s previous albums, it can be seen as a Greatest Hits compilation. It peaked at #1 on “Billboard’s “Top New Age Albums” chart, and at #29 on the “Billboard 200” chart in the same year.[1]

“This album represents my life’s passions during the past ten years. It is an expression of love for the people in my life, as well as for some very special and inspiring places I can never forget”.[2]

Star Tribune (1990-07-05) Playing with the Minnesota Orchestra has been a dream of Yanni Chryssomallis, who came from Greece in 1973 to study psychology at the University of Minnesota, where his brother already was a student there. It’s coincidental that he will perform with the orchestra at Northrop auditorium, where he attended his first “U” class, Psychology 101. Yanni, who moved to Los Angeles in 1987, has played twice with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. A video of the second appearance is being prepared for television broadcast on PBS or a cable network. Yanni plans to use the tape to convice other orchestras to perform with his quartet which includes percussionist Charlie Adams, Yanni’s former colleague in the Twin Cities rock band Chameleon, and Minneapolis keyboardist, Bradley Joseph. He expects that he will work with as many as 10 symphonies this year, and then record with the Prague Symphony.[4]

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  • Kleopina

    Он гениален!

    28 Jul 2009 Reply
  • nicolevanv

    I love the song Nostalgia. I remeber see Yanni live at Acropolis and seeing all the diffrenet instument being used. It was great

    21 Nov 2008 Reply

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