Real Music Corporate LogoVisionary new age music for nourishing and rejuvenating body, mind and spirit

Real Music Corporate LogoVisionary new age music for nourishing and rejuvenating body, mind and spirit


Dusk by Jim Chappell

Though there are some similarities to Jim’s first album Tender Ritual, the Dusk recording has a presence and feeling all its own. Warm, deep, and moving…these are beautiful piano songs that you can listen to over and over again. Featured is the poignant track “Gone”, which has become a Chappell classic.

To My Love by David London

The contemporary strains of David London’s keyboard compositions carry the listener on an inspired journey through falling in love. Heartfelt, yet joyously energetic and engaging, the combining of instruments creates a three-dimensional palette of intricate cross-rhythms and romantic, evocative ballad-like pieces that rise and fall like shooting stars under the night skies.

Do You Live, Do You Love by Danny Wright

“Danny Wright is a warmly romantic composer and an exquisite pianist with the gentlest, most expressive hands on the keys. His graceful compositions offer a tender release from the tensions of the day. He often composes songs as gifts to friends or to help support a worthy cause. It’s clear that his heart and hands are directly connected, as the music he makes provides much solace to an aching heart.”  —Steve Ryals, New Age Music Reviewer

Wave Hands Like Clouds by Buedi Siebert

Very gentle Chinese melodies will wash over your mind and heart, sometimes it blends so delicately into the ether than you’re barely aware of it.”  —

Virtuoso multi-instrumentalist Buedi Siebert has composed this album to be ideal for contemplating a gentler way of life, the music a manifestation of harnessing the gentle way for a great power, which requires nothing more than simply listening.

One day the tree said to the grass, do you not wish that you were tall and powerful like I when you bend at the merest puff of wind? The grass considered what the tree had said. One day a great storm arrived and a huge gust hit the tree, cracking its trunk. As the tree lay upon the ground gasping its last breath, the grass said, I like dancing with the wind.


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