Beverly Glenn-Copeland Announces Keyboard Fantasies Reissue

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The 35th anniversary edition features alternate artwork and liner notes by Robyn

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Beverly Glenn-Copeland, photo by Alex Sturrock

Beverly Glenn-Copeland will reissue 1986’s Keyboard Fantasies on April 9 via Transgressive. The 35th anniversary edition of the Canadian musician’s masterwork features alternate artwork and liner notes by Robyn. The reissue marks the first time Keyboard Fantasies has been available on CD. Watch a live performance of “Let Us Dance,” directed by Posy Dixon, below.

“I am profoundly grateful to all who have supported the music of Keyboard Fantasies during these last years, with special appreciation to my wife Elizabeth,” Glenn-Copeland said in a statement. “Though written over 30 years ago, I have listened to your recent musings about the hope the music inspires and the calm it brings, finally understanding that the transmissions sent through me from what I call the Universal Broadcasting System are helping to accomplish the UBS’s purpose, namely that of bringing us together as a single human family at last. For this I thank you all from the bottom of my heart. Blessings.”

Last year, Glenn-Copeland released the career-spanning compilation Transmissions: The Music of Beverly Glenn-Copeland. Read Pitchfork’s Sunday Review of Keyboard Fantasies.

 

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