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Here, There and Everywhere
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“An exceptional new solo album… He transforms these works creating a distinctive world of sound for each one… In effect, Molinaro has brought to these famous songs a harmonic sophistication, rhythmic complexity and textural intricacy that far surpasses the originals.” – Chicago Tribune

Reimagining the beloved songs of The Beatles through Anthony’s innovative perspective. Featuring "Blackbird," "Yesterday," "The Long and Winding Road," and Anthony's Fugue on a theme from "In My Life."

2014 Nineteen-Eight Records

Canto Per Mio Padre
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"A lovely singing line in the right hand, a strong left hand that can sing just as beautifully, an even control of rapid configuration, ease and clarity in the distinction of contrapuntal voices, immediate concentration."The New York Times 


Featuring solo piano works by Debussy, Schubert / Liszt, and Brahms. The album also includes Anthony’s popular arrangement of the Andante from the Rachmaninoff Sonata for Cello and Piano, and the title track, which both introduces the album and closes it.

2010 Nineteen-Eight Records

The Molinaro-Levy Project, LIVE
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"Howard Levy is a revelation; there are times when it is hard to believe he is playing only a harmonica, for he has the expressive range and depth of a saxophonist.” – The London Observer

“An original, often iconoclastic thinker equipped with a leonine technique (Molinaro).” – The Chicago Tribune

With Howard Levy, two-time Grammy Award winning harmonica virtuoso and founding member of the trail-blazing jazz group Béla Fleck and the Flecktones. Live from Chicago's Green Mill Jazz Club and a pair of venues in upstate New York. Unique arrangements of standards plus originals.

2003 Nineteen-Eight Records

New Blue
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“A daring rewrite. New Blue alone is evidence of his improvisational gifts.”

– The Indianapolis Star 

“About the most lively interpretation (Rhapsody in Blue) one could imagine. He put the jazz and blues back into a piece inspired by the same.” – Chicago Sun-Times


Featuring Anthony's wildly popular solo version of Rhapsody in Blue, as well as his arrangements and improvisations on the Gershwin classics “Summertime,” “Someone To Watch Over Me,” “Embraceable You,” and “I Got Rhythm.”


2003 Nineteen-Eight Records

The Bach Sessions
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“A freshness that I have found in no other performance (Goldberg Variations)... you have to physically respond to its infectious energy. Molinaro's performances of the two Bach Concertos are as breathtaking as Gould's.” – Listener magazine


J.S. Bach's Goldberg Variations and Piano Concertos in A Major and F Minor. With Andrew Litton and the Academy of St. Martin in The Fields from Abbey Road Studios in London.

2001 Nineteen-Eight Records 

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