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    Waltz of Life

    Pianist composer Sydney Stevens has captured something very special in her work Waltz of Life made up of tracks created over many years, each piece […]

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    Acoustic Christmas

    For people who enjoy Christmas but simply do not buy into all the traditional glitter and bling, enjoy the beautiful carols but are looking for […]

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    Reflections

    At first listen Reflections comes across as a rather discordant series of pieces that eventually mellows into the ambience of Christmas; a Christmas that perhaps […]

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    Pleiades

    Ethereal and immensely soothing and restful the enchanted vocals of Christel Veraart reach out offering solace, relaxation and absolute mindless rest; time away from the […]

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    Sacred Gift

    ‘Music is the language of the soul, the bridge between the world of material and ethereal, a universal tool to create beauty on earth. And […]

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    How Do You Feel?

    WOW, is the first thought that came to mind when the opening track of James Leatherbarrow’s work, How Do You Feel, burst into the open […]

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    Imaginations

    If you ever needed an excuse to chill out for an hour Imaginations from Dutch composer and musician Ronald van Deurzen is just that, as […]

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    Storybook

    Gerald Krampl has a biography that spans many years, wrapped around his love for music and the magic, peace and healing that can be created […]

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    Within

    Slipping slowly and gently into peace is the first second and third thought and emotion captured with this gentle, sublime and elegant album Within from […]

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    Double Helix

    Double Helix as a name for an album is somewhat intriguing as the definition of Helix is that of three dimensional object, but as the […]

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    Scenes From Dinétah

    Dinah is the traditional homeland of the Navajo tribe of Native Americans. In the Navajo language, the word “Dinétah” means “among the people” or “among the […]

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    16670

    ‘There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends’, is a well-known quotation from the Bible and the perfect place […]

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    A Momentary Pause

    Out of the ever-changing patters that have formed the world of 2020 has come some of the most beautiful, peaceful, healing music; music offered to […]

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    Illuminance

    Perfection in every note creates a blissful journey into peace and healing with the glorious Illuminance from Sangeeta Kaur accompanied by acclaimed pianist Peter Kater, […]

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    Thinking of You

    From a tender age music was the lifeblood of David J Pena and his world, as he would sit listening to the marching bands practicing […]

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    Karmic Dreams

    For all of the downside attached to the devastation that is the Corona virus, the other side of the darkness is beauty, rich and magnificent; […]

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    Sands of Time

    Simply disconnect from the everyday and get set to enjoy one of the most richly sumptuous collections of neo-classical music to be created by Dutch […]

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    Sacred Spaces

    Surreal electronic sounds greet the day as A Metaphysical Morning begins to unfold in a most enjoyable and easily acceptable style introducing Michael Whalen’s Sacred […]

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    Life Seasons

    There are thirteen tracks on this eclectic, up-tempo, almost Broadway style album Life Seasons from renowned pianist Richard Schulman, which brings the wonderful sound of […]

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