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Midwinter Midnights, Vol. 1

I love Christmas, it's my favorite and the most wonderful time of the year. 

I love it so much I've lost sleep over it, recording my favorite Christmas songs, just for you!

Bonus! for limited time only!

Pre-order Emily Ann's next album, Velveteen, and get Midwinter Midnights, Vol. 1 right now! Click here for more!

 

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released November 26, 2015

All Instrumentation by Emily Ann Peterson: Vocals, Piano, Cello, Sparkly Maraca, Glockenspiel, Hot Pink Egg Shaker, Organ, Bass, Ukulele, Tenor Guitar, & Sleigh Bells

Production & Engineering by Emily Ann Peterson
Mastering by Chris Mathews Jr. 
Album Photography by Cliff Rosson
Cover Design by The Magnolia Agency

Special Thanks to My Patrons: Nicholas Herring, Cindy Peterson, Margaret Ann Martin, and James Lenhardt

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Emily Ann Peterson (live EP)

Acts of neurological defiance break through creative glass ceilings. 
This is proof. 

With roots in Texas & Georgia, Emily Ann Peterson spent over 17 years as a cellist collaboratively writing songs with her colleagues & singing along when asked. That is until late 2013 when she was diagnosed with a degenerative tremor in her right hand. 

Refusing to resign to fate and genetics, she expanded and wrote these songs.

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released October 20, 2014

All songs written and performed by Emily Ann Peterson (BMI) 

Recorded live at Urban Grace in Tacoma, WA by Joonior Studios.

Engineers: Chris Mathews Jr. & Matt Kimball
Filmed and edited by Chris Mathews Jr. 
Photography by Scott Haydon

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Ebb & Flow by Cello Yoga 

An integrative approach to supporting yogic and other active listening practices with the cello.

album released December 20, 2014

Songs written & performed by Emily Ann Peterson (BMI) 

Written & recorded in 4 days at The Cottage Studio in Tacoma, WA
Co-Production by Emily Ann Peterson
Co-Production, Mixing & Engineering by Kirsten Wenlock

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