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Healer of Hearts

Healer of Hearts by Danny Wright

With over 4 million CDs sold and countless thrilling performances, (Steinway artist) Danny Wright has moved audiences with the heartfelt joy of his piano compositions. …the soundtrack for the tender moments of your life.” — Music Design

No heart or story is too small to touch Danny Wright. All of his CDs include songs written in response to a fan he may never have met, a child or adult in need of healing or for a wedding, anniversary or other cause for celebration. It is from real life experiences that Wright draws his inspiration and through his composing and playing, he is truly a Healer of Hearts.

Instrumentation:

Tracks

1. Forrest Gump Suite 2:41
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2. Brian's Song 3:47
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3. Pachebel's Canon in D 3:35
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4. Don't Cry for Me Argentina 4:54
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5. Out of Africa 3:03
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6. Terms of Endearment 3:51
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7. Over the Rainbow 3:30
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8. The Way We Were 4:58
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9. Softly as I Leave You 3:44
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10. Memory 3:59
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11. Send in the Clowns 3:37
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12. Missing 4:01
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13. October 3:51
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14. New Beginnings 3:15
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15. Samantha's Theme 2:43
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16. Wings of Hope 2:58
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17. Daydreams 3:21
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18. Awakening Chi 3:13
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19. Guardian Angel 3:36
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20. Julie's Day 2:22
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21. Interlude 4:03
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22. Phantasy 3:58
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23. Song for Lea 2:42
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24. A Day in the Life 3:34
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25. Time Windows 3:22
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Press Acclaim

This beautiful two-CD collection contains The Best of Black and White, which includes favorite cover tunes from Wright’s immensely popular Black and White CD series, and The Best of Original Compositions, a gorgeous collection of listeners’ favorite songs. Wright shares his talented artistry at the piano keyboard with tunes which are sometimes restful, sometimes joyful and always delightful. 

Ken Rosenbaum

This generous two-disc set offers 25 newly recorded versions of Wright’s best original work, along with some popular covers. Unlike so many New Age pianists, Wright’s creations offer a bit of passion and some honest-to-goodness melodies. A couple of these new versions seem a bit more enthusiastic than the original recordings, and this package is a good retrospective of his best work.

Wayne Lee Gay

Fort Worth pianist Danny Wright's impeccable pianism and ear for gorgeous sonorities are well-evident in this generous two-disc set. Twelve arrangements, from ‘Send in the Clowns’ to ‘Pachelbel's Canon’, and 13 original compositions (largely mood music such as ‘October’ and ‘Daydreams’) make for almost 90 minutes of old-fashioned seduction music. Flutist Joseph Vincelli adds a pleasant shade of color to several of the arrangements. No storms or sorrow here: As the title suggests, it's all sweet, serene and pretty.

Jonathan Widran

All of Sausalito, CA-based Real Music's literature thanks its customers for helping it spread beautiful music throughout the world, and the label has landed a gem in the best-selling pianist you have never heard of, Danny Wright. With 22 independently released albums and four million in sales to his credit, the graceful, melodically driven artist takes stock of his past and a peek into his future with this attractively packaged double CD. Disc one, entitled Black and White, includes lush arrangements (some including strings) of favorite movie/show themes and even a classical nod in Pachelbel's "Canon in D." Disc two features the best of his gorgeous and seductively simple original compositions (same deal, some solo, some with soaring strings), which kept him on the new age charts after the more familiar tunes helped him build an initial fan base. The cool marketing twist is that, while these songs have been previously available, they are all newly recorded. For those new to the Wright experience, it's a great way to hear some beautiful new tunes while enjoying the memories spurred by the likes of "Forrest Gump Suite" and "Brian's Song." Wright is much more ethereal in his approach than the pop-minded Jim Brickman, but there's no reason with the right marketing he can't touch just as many of the masses.

Kathy Parsons

Healer of Hearts is a double-CD collection of The Best of The Black and White Series and The Best of Original Compositions. Pianist Danny Wright made new recordings of previously-released material from a career that began in 1986, and assembled a very impressive collection of his gentle, evocative pieces. I’m really glad that the originals and covers are on different CDs, as I vastly prefer Wright’s original compositions. I’m sure many people will disagree with me, as The Black and White series has been very popular, but, as a piano teacher, many of these are songs that are played all the time — “Pachelbel’s Canon in D,” “Over the Rainbow,” “Memory,” “Brian’s Song,” etc.  Don’t get me wrong — these are all great songs, and Danny Wright arranges and plays them to perfection — it’s just that I hear them so often that it’s not really a treat (one of the hazards of my job, I suppose!). Wright’s piano touch is so delicate that, under his hands, it’s hard to imagine that the piano is classified as a percussion instrument. His composing style is usually very light, conveying warmth and a sense of peace and serenity. Some of the pieces are solo piano, and some are more orchestrated — mostly with synth strings. Some of the titles on the “Original” disc are “Wings of Hope,” “Awakening,” “Phantasy,” and “Guardian Angel.”   “Song for Lea” makes me smile because of the tremendous control it takes to do a long glissando, end on  precisely the correct note, and then continue the run without a pause — I’m impressed! Healer of Hearts is a very inviting and enjoyable collection, and provides a soothing musical massage for body and soul.

Peter B. Goodrich

Danny Wright has touched the lives of people throughout the world with his unique piano stylings and his original music. Danny Wright Healer of Hearts contains a collector’s collection of his beloved Black & White series and his inspired original works. There is no doubt that his devoted fans will be thrilled by this new recording and that many new fans will understand why Danny Wright has been proclaimed, Healer of Hearts. One could say that Danny Wright is a cupid whose bow and arrow are his Steinway.

Dan Cowan

For over 15 years, pianist Danny Wright has been touching people’s hearts with his evocative piano compositions. His music reflects an idealized life, where the sun always shines, hope springs eternal and love conquers all. Healer of the Hearts is a two disc retrospective that captures some of the most memorable moments of Wright’s career. The first disc delves into the cream of his “Black & White” series of romantic classics, including themes from “Forrest Gump,” “Terms of Endearment” and “The Way We Were,” as well as Pachelbel’s “Canon in D” and “Memory.” Disc two shows Wright’s creative side with thirteen of his original compositions, including “Autumn” and “Daydreams.”