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


Remembering by Bernward Koch

A classically-trained and internationally-loved artist, Koch’s music is always sweetly optimistic yet expressive and complex enough to keep it interesting with repeated plays.” —

Remembering is about allowing our experiences to emerge into present awareness and it's about remembering the joyous and totally loved beings we truly are. Thirteen signature Koch compositions featuring piano, keyboards, flute and light percussion — some reflective, most light and uplifting — create a nurturing sanctuary in which the sometimes forgotten magic of Remembering can reappear.

Watch the video for “Floating Feather” from Remembering

Forgotten Road by Eamonn Karran

Karran’s piano work here is delicate, strong, and always interesting” —NeuFutur Magazine

The hauntingly beautiful “Fairy Dance” sets the mystical tone that permeates Karran’s second album, which evokes the ancient Celtic roots of his Northern Ireland homeland. Tempo and spirit liven as uilleann pipes, drums and synthesizer embellish “An Grainan,” while the penultimate “Ease My Mind” will surely awaken the oft’ times elusive art of letting go that we all crave.

Watch the video for “Forgotten Road”
“Best of 2015” by Michael Debbage of Mainly Piano

Distant Sun by Eamonn Karran

Delightfully enchanting throughout, this is a fine example of a very special kind of mostly solo work that doesn't need anything but your ears and attention to complete it.” —Midwest Record

There’s a tender Celtic touch to Northern Irishman Eamonn Karran’s fine piano artistry. In listening, you’ll also discover something more. The influence of worlds beyond is perceptible, adding a unique mystery to the appropriately titled Distant Sun, as well as a glimpse into the heart of its composer. Featuring piano, synthesizer and uilleann pipes.

Watch the video for “Celtic Storm” from this album.

Eamonn Karran

Eamonn Karran

My love for the piano began at age seven when my parents bought an upright for the family. I naturally connected with it and sat for hours listening to music on the radio and finding the keys to play the notes I was hearing. In this way I gradually taught myself to play and developed my own unique style. Teenage years drew me to ambient space music and many happy hours were spent exploring the musical minds of artists that included Tangerine Dream, Jean Michel Jarre, Mike Oldfield and Clannad.


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