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    Imaginations

    If you ever needed an excuse to chill out for an hour Imaginations from Dutch composer and musician Roland 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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    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 Classical Meditation

    A Classical Meditation is at first glance a little intriguing, as one thing classical music is not noted for in many aspects is its meditative […]

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    Fire in the Clouds

    In this lovely, laid back collection from Eric Bikales, the many years of music he has engaged with is apparent as each of the pieces, […]

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    Moods, Impressions & Souvenirs

    Pam Asberry’s journey from concert pianist to composer commenced in 2017 with the release of her first album Seashells in My Pocket, a beautiful, lyrical […]

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    The Long Road

    Life seldom delivers what is expected in so many ways. Sadness, loss and heartbreak pave the way on life’s road: with the sad loss of […]

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    Love Story

    Love Story from Robin Spielberg is akin to entering a room full of old, much loved friends and remembering the precious moments in life spent […]

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    Peace in This Land

    Dainty and delicate, this gentle work from Bob Yonker, Peace In This Land is certainly a very timely release, all-be-it that it was released in […]

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    Divine Passage

    Reading the titles of the thirteen pieces which make up Divine Passage the latest album from acclaimed pianist and composer Marshall Barnhouse, gives a very […]

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    Piano2

    Doug Hammer discovered just how much fun he could have when he decided to work outside the box and have a go at four handed […]

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    All Through the Night

    All Through The Night, from pianist and composer Pam Asberry transforms many long-time favourite lullabies by adding nothing more than pure magic to each piece. […]

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    Healing Hands

    Listening to the first track of Cathy Oakes latest work, Healing Hands it was obvious this was something special, a work that contained a deep […]

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    Asilomar

    There is a strong similarity between the beauty of music created in Sedona, a place of great natural beauty and spirituality, and music inspired by […]

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    Love Themes for Solo Piano

    Dan Chadburn’s music is always something special, holding within each of the pieces something beautiful to be discovered, treasured and enjoyed. Love Themes for Solo […]

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    A Presence Of Three Minds

    It is always intriguing to discover what Holland Phillips has create with each of his albums. A Presence of Three Minds, his latest work, immediately […]

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    Art on the Piano

    Delicate and gentle the first track on Holly Jones’ album Art on the Piano offers the perfect introduction to a journey full of healing, comfort […]

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    Wings

    Wings, the title of Peter Kater’s latest and perhaps most spiritual and fervent work, is simply divine, as the simple beauty created on the keyboard […]

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    The Paradise Collection

    The music created by acclaimed pianist Joey Curtain comes from many sources, classical, fusion, jazz, Celtic, religious and traditional styles. These elements have been combined […]

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    Cupid Blindfolded

    For a man who taught himself the piano, does not own one, just simply borrows someone else’s, this latest stripped back version of Michael Whalen […]

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    Dreams for a Better Tomorrow

    Alejandro Santoyo describes himself as a bit of dreamer, who through his music, hopes to encourage a better tomorrow in a world filled with distress […]

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