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New Age Music for Valentine’s Day

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Love is in the air! Enjoy this selection of New Age Music specially selected for Valentine’s Day!

We who love New Age music are so lucky: “Our” genre must be one of the most romantic of all. Enjoy 💖

 

Stephen Peppos – And Then Came Love

When you’re in love, music seems to speak directly to your heart. Stephen Peppos’ “And Then Came Love” is a collection of 14 original pieces that describe different stages of love.

Avoiding clichés and stereotypes, Peppos captures the “spark of love” in a way that we all can relate to. “And Then Came Love” is an honest and personal new direction in Stephen Peppos’ music with high replay value.

After the first listen, I knew that Peppos had created something special. So I returned to it a few times more, enjoying every moment. Then, all of a sudden, came love.

David Wahler – Two Hearts

How does love impact your life? Lao Tzu said that: “Being loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.” David Wahler’s new album “Two Hearts” seems to contain just as much life wisdom as this 2 500-year-old quote. It describes love in all its phases, brilliantly balancing the high and low points. Love is about giving, but is also about receiving. “Two Hearts” is yet another winner from Mr. Wahler and a must-have in any romantic music playlist.

“Two Hearts” is David Wahler’s most personal album to date. As he himself puts it: ”I wear my ‘heart on my sleeve’ with this album”. It is a very wise and mature release, making the listener reflect on love and its ability to change lives. It is true what they say; Love is heaven, and love is hell.

“Two Hearts” is a fantastic addition to Wahler’s already impressive discography. When you first fall in love with it, you don’t want to let go!

Gabriele Saro – SensationS

Today we tend to consume music. It is reduced to mere background noises, something that’s just “there” – uninspired and unimportant. When listening to Gabriele Saro’s album “SensationS” it struck me how inspired music, on the other hand, always demands attention. It requires active listening. “SensationS” is a profoundly existential collection, filled with songs that touch your soul. 

Nothing beats music that makes you feel alive. “SensationS” by Gabriele Saro is that kind of music. It is a rock-solid collection of songs that moves our innermost emotions. Looking at the cover, you might think that the album is mostly about love and romantic feelings, but it is much more than that.

“SensationS” seems to confirm Alphonse de Lamartine’s famous quote: “Music is the literature of the heart; it commences where speech ends.” It might sound like a cliché, but Saro’s music comes straight from the heart. It is, in short, a sensation.

Lisa Pressman – As We Imagine

In our hectic modern lives, where everything seems to go faster and faster, finding the peace and quiet to think and reflect is a constant challenge. Distractions are never more than a click away. Here Lisa Pressman’s release “As We Imagine” comes to our rescue.

It is a collection of songs that instantly makes our imagination wander, featuring a unique combination of 7′ Bosendorfer Concert Grand Piano, synths, and vocals textures. Indeed, listening to it feels a bit like rediscovering the power of the imagination. It is romantic and heartfelt.

The way “As We Imagine” boosts the imagination makes it perfect for creative work and deep thinking. It also contains two songs that are destined to become New Age music hits, the beautiful “Atmosphere of Love” and “Sheltering Wings.” All in all, “As We Imagine” is an outstanding release. But don’t take my word for it; Press play and see what happens as you imagine…

Enjoy your Valentine’s day!

Above picture by Petr Kratochvil – License: CC0 Public Domain