Grammy Submission for :
"Best New Age Album"
The phrase “Shifting Sands” is used to describe something that is constantly changing, especially unpredictably. Change can be unsettling and makes us uncomfortable. And yet, change can be exciting and brings a new breath into life.
We all experience doubt and loneliness when things fall apart. There is sometimes a longing to turn back to the safety of the past. But still, taking a chance can bring about the greatest joy and happiness. The collection of original music on this album reflect my thoughts and feelings as I walk my path on the Shifting Sands of my life.
A Special Thank You to my husband Al, my children and grandchildren. Your love and support are eveything to me. And Thank You to our extended family and friends for being the constant in this ever changing life.
Thank You to all those generous people, most notably Sherry Finzer, that have provided guidance and encouragement when it was needed the most .
Last, but certainly not least, Thank You to the many fans and followers for allowing me to share my music with you and your continued support.
Listen to “Shifting Sands”
Lost in Familiar Surroundings :
Shifting Sands :
Warm Embrace :
Dance of the Unknown :
Looking to Lowman :
Travel Me Home :
Life at Four :
To Breathe at Last :
The Last Mile :
Whispers of Hope :
If Ever in My Life :
What are people saying about “Shifting Sands”
Dick Metcalf - Contemporary Fusion Reviews:
Highly emotional piano – Lynn Tredeau – SHIFTING SANDS: As you might imagine from the reviews here in Contemporary Fusion Reviews and over in Improvijazzation Nation magazine, I have the privilege of listening to and reviewing the very best artists on the scene today, particularly when it comes to piano... more
Steve Sheppard - One World Music Radio:
Lynn Tredeau has risen to relative fame in her genre on the back of three very successful albums and now a fourth sits proudly on my desktop. I had a long chat with Lynn on skype a while back and she assured me that this release was going to be far different, far more reflective, so let’s start on another musical quest with Lynn Tredeau and her latest release... more
Kathy Parsons - Mainly Piano:
"Shifting Sands" is the fourth album from pianist/composer Lynn Tredeau. Her first three albums were nominated for a variety of awards and I have no doubt that this one will be, too. I had the opportunity to see Lynn perform live this past January and was very impressed with the grace of her playing as well as her music... more
Candice Michelle - Journeyscapes Radio:
Shifting Sands is the fourth album by Lynn Tredeau, an Idaho-based piano and composer with a classical music background. Comprised of twelve compositions spanning forty-seven minutes, the gently fluctuating mood of the album’s individual pieces seemingly illustrate the many subtle changes of one’s everyday surroundings, as well as that of life itself... more
Dyan Garris - New Age CD:
Shifting Sands,” the 4th release by solo pianist, Lynn Tredeau, is an eloquent, elegant, timelessly lovely journey from beginning to end... more