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


This music is composed, arranged and performed by pianists and the piano is featured in the recordings; however, these artists are often accomplished multi-instrumentalists as well and have also invited other musicians to record with them.

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

The Light Dance by Buedi Siebert

Energy flow, like water, can become stagnant. Listening to relaxing music can have a profound effect on one's vital energy, releasing blockages and bringing about balance and well-being. Whether to accompany movement or for pure listening pleasure, The Light Dance is ideal for building chi, releasing concerns and moving into a state of sublime peace.

Once in a Life by Brian BecVar

Real Music introduces pianist, composer and songwriter Brian BecVar who until now was a well-kept secret in the music scene. A longtime touring studio musician, the multi-talented BecVar has written songs for several artists including John Mellencamp, Laura Branigan and Roberta Flack. On his debut album Once in a Life, BecVar presents us with a delightful mélange of breezy, romantic melodies spiced with an impassioned South American flair. Guest appearances by celebrated artists including Dave Koz on sax, brother Bruce BecVar on acoustic guitar, and Jimmy Haslip on fretless bass cast a warm radiance on an exquisite collection that comes along just Once in a Life.

Silent Star by Bernward Koch

Sublimely tender Koch melodies dedicated to 19th century pioneer and visionary aviator Otto Lilienthal, who glided silently on the wind, the birds his inspiration for lifting his wings into the skies. Piano, keyboards, guitar, bass and light percussion. Snuggle into a cozy chair for a carefree hour of flying free.


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