Kendra Springer's Hope is a 12-track album featuring instrumental piano tracks composed and performed by Kendra. Her lyrical piano music speaks for itself, even if it does not include any words.
As you listen to her album, you would certainly feel and hear that her music really comes from the heart - absolutely enough to lift your spirits and heighten your hopes.
Christmas means carols - admit it. But if you are getting tired of all those Christmas carols being played over and over again, in traditional full-band arrangements or perhaps pop, then here is a different take on our favorite carols. Lonely Night by Maya Filipic features piano instrumentals of your favorite Christmas carols. Now isn't that the perfect companion for those warm nights right by the fireplace, sipping hot cocoa, while you both get into the Christmas spirit?
There are times when you simply have to snuggle down in your bed, light some candles, and listen to some music which transports you back to the times when you've watched fairy tale cartoons as a child. Or maybe you need to have that special music when you ask your special someone over for a special candlelight dinner. However you want the situation to be, Yanchar's Tu y Solo Tu would give you the magical and passionate ambiance that you are looking for.
This is a second official compilation from MixGalaxy Records. "This time authors have been given a task to create full music composition strictly 2 minutes and 22 seconds long, while being completely free in genre choice. This means, once again, that this album is followed by wide variety of moods and music styles. Besides musicians represented on the first release, several new names are introduced here. And yes total number of tracks is 22. Enjoy!"
As the world continues to evolve, it isn't shocking that music also develops through time - and JPFM band and Fox band further proves that. Combining smooth jazz with hints of RnB, funk, trip-hop and lounge, Paris S.F. is not your typical instrumental smooth jazz compilation.
Composed of 2 'faces,' Paris S.F. may not give you a long playtime, but it will definitely appeal to jazz, blues and jazz fusion lovers.
Mind’s Eye is exactly the type of album you should listen to if you are feeling nostalgic and emotional. The compositions in this track intend to evoke entrancing emotions that will lure listeners even deeper to its melodies. The only question that remains, however, is if this intention was ever really fulfilled. Favorably speaking, all 13 songs in this EP—from songs entitled Virtue Lost to Woods of Eremae—are able to deliver what it poised itself to do.
Normal music enthusiast would dare say that Jazz and Rock can never go together. It may be because it does not complement each other and the produced music will not sound good or no musician is insane enough to try. Above all these excuses, Eric Lewis proved them wrong. In the recent TED Conference, Eric showed his special skill of mixing two good and well-established genres into a great crossover of the song “Going Under,” popularized by the gothic rock band Evanescence.
Looking for the perfect ambient music to listen to while you and your friends hang out on the evenings? Then let M.W.D's Singing Forest be your companion as you listen to its electronic flavor mixed with nujazz and a tast of broken tempos.
Released under the BudaBeats Netlabel, Singing Forest would play with your aural senses with stock beats and tunes mixed together to create relaxing nujazz tracks.
These is the kind of ambient music that would make you think that free music can really be this good.