James Lazzeroni: A Good Life

All pieces are soft and gentle much like time passing at a steady even pace to me. They’re not too long and I really enjoy the short, sweetness of each piece and I’m savoring each bite like warm apple pie or chocolate cake.

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Shane Mickelson: Classical Hymns

I’ve been looking for new music to add to my playlist and found Shane Mickelson after a follower on twitter followed him. His album Classical Hymns reminds me growing up in my home church completely.  Although these traditional hymns have been rearranged, each time I hear Come Thou Fount I imagine the entire congregation singing this song….

Lena Natalia: Second Youth

This would have to be my favorite piece from Natalia as I get a new take on it each time I listen to it.

Victor Gashnikov

This song is my absolute favorite! Very classic, steam punk-y, mysterious sound which could fit in as background music for Sherlock Holmes.

Stanislav Borisov

It really feels as if I’m exploring, searching, or traveling through life of some kind.

Johannes Hirschmann

I love runs on piano, clarinet, flute, or violin etc. I love runs. They sound so romantic!

Philip Wesley

A great musical muse for writing and editing. His music runs and slurs are all over the place. The tempo is perfect background for instigating creativity.

Jim Brickman

He captures all that passion, emotion, and whimsical feel goodness and translates it with black and white keys.

David Garrett

It’s like he’s making love to his music with every stroke, chord, and note. It’s obvious the love he has for music pours out with each piece.

Helen Jane Long

I feel like there should be some lyrics added, and if so, what would it tell? Could it be about a lost love reunited? or closure on an past which keeps creeping into the present?

William Joseph

When you listen to the melody you are quickly taken on an adventure.

Lena Natalia

It really makes me feel like I’m not in tropical Florida and I’m touring Europe or something.