This week’s Feature Album is Keyboard Fantasies Reimagined, a multi-artist interpretation of American-Canadian composer Beverly Glenn-Copeland’s 1986 masterpiece Keyboard Fantasies.

Keyboard Fantasies Reimagined is a collection of songs from the now legendary album, re-worked and re-imagined by a collection of artists including Bon Iver, Flock Of Dimes, Julia Holter, Arca, Kelsey Lu, Blood Orange, Joseph Shabason and Thom Gill, Jeremy Dutcher and Ana Roxanne.

The remix album and reissue of the original work, follows the release of Glenn-Copeland’s album, Transmissions: The Music of Beverly Glenn-Copeland. Transmissions was a career-spanning album that includes compositions from his early works including selections from Keyboard Fantasies. It also included both new and archival unreleased tracks and live versions. This collection marked the first new release from Glenn-Copeland since 2004.

Although the recorded output of Glenn-Copeland’s career has been sparse, he has been prolific in other ways. Canadian’s knew him best as regular guest ‘Beverly’ on the beloved Canadian children’s TV show Mr. Dress-up for nearly 30 years. He wrote for Sesame Street. He wrote musicals, operas, children’s music and hundreds upon hundreds of other songs even though he only had the means to record those few aforementioned albums.

Keyboard Fantasies Reimagined is out now. Tune into PBS all week for your chance to win a copy of the album. Not a PBS member? Sign up now for your chance to win.  



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Michel Laurent - 'Matla La Mouyé'

Hannah Macklin - 'Clariti (prod. Horatio Luna)'

Khruangbin - 'B-Side'

Endless Boogie - 'The Offender'

USER - 'Anita Starlight (calyx Remix)'

Teymori - 'Hunni feat. Potatohead People'

Comacozer - 'Binbeal'

Oren Ambarchi - 'Live Hubris Part 3'