Monday, February 26, 2018Tomorrow's Daydream by Brian Kelly - pre-sale

Brian Kelly - Tomorrow's Daydream - pre-sale

Tomorrow’s Daydream, the new solo piano album from award-winning composer Brian Kelly, is now available for pre-sale at:


Official Release Date: March 16, 2018

Friday, December 8, 2017New Album Release by Richard P John

'tristesse', by Richard P John, is now available to download and stream at

Monday, July 31, 2017Steven Cravis Update

Steven Cravis - Piano & Soundtracks



Several of the 17 tracks from latest 2016 track album Cloudwalker can be heard for free here on the Chill Lama YouTube channel:


Full album is available at:


Some of my music is now being featured in the Calm app


Recent concert and impromptu performances can be viewed here:


TV, Film production companies can now license a growing list of my music at:


Sheet music for past albums are now available at


Streaming services for my music are now all listed at

Thursday, December 24, 2015Debut album release

In 2015, a year of many changes, Pavel Vondracek's debut album "Lost in the Wind" was recorded and released.
Apart from the author tracks published on the album, Vondracek reworked a lot of well-known songs into New Age type songs in a pleasant form.
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Tuesday, October 20, 2015New Release!

Butterfly Rapture - Brian Kelly - solo piano album

Butterfly Rapture – The New Album of solo piano music from composer & pianist
Brian Kelly

Available Now at:
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Released October 1, 2015

Wednesday, October 7, 2015Alchymie Releases Seasonal LP "Midnight Clear" For The Holidays

The pianist known only as Alchymie has released her instrumental LP of seasonal music, “Midnight Clear.” The full-length album consists of no fewer than 15 tracks for a grand total of over an hour’s listening time. It has been proudly released independent from involvement with the corporate music industry. Gentle as a winter breeze yet evocative, moving and even inspiring at times, “Midnight Clear” is the latest reason for fans of instrumental music to pay close attention to the elegant and intuitive playing of Alchymie.
Asked to name some key musical influences for her “Midnight Clear” LP, Alchymie cites imagery rather than people: “A clear northern winter sky full of stars, the clean newly fallen snow, the stillness as everything waits, the absolute perfection and beauty of a moment in time … midnight clear.”
As unbelievable as it may seem, these ideas go a long way toward suggesting the overall sound of “Midnight Clear,” which album takes its name from the 1849 classic, “It Came Upon the Midnight Clear” (Track 9 on the record). This makes perfect sense, as Alchymie’s selections for her new LP are the same songs and carols which have signified the holiday season for nearly two centuries.
The songs on “Midnight Clear” include such time-honored compositions as “Silent Night,” “Good King Wenceslas,” “We Three Kings of Orient Are,” and “What Child Is This.” Also of note, Alchymie closes out her album with the New Year’s Day tradition of “Auld Lang Syne,” followed finally by what may be the oldest surviving holiday song, “Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming,” which first appeared in its modern form in 1599.
These songs have qualities and characters all their own, but the collection, presentation, and overall performance of the album belong solely to Alchymie, a pianist with as much character and soul in her playing as the songs have in their grand histories. She lends to each track an inventiveness and imaginative interpretation which manages to be both innovative and unique as well as strikingly respectful to the original pieces. Returning fans of Alchymie will remark that nobody could balance these aims the way Alchymie can.
The artist describes the message of her new instrumental LP in the following paragraph:
“The magic imparted by a particular time of night during the holiday season, just before midnight when things go clear, it’s quiet. The snow has given a hushed blanket of solitude in which we can relax, reflect and enjoy the holiday season through ambient stillness with soundscapes that remind us of familiar holiday melodies but allow our thoughts and hearts to drift even further.”
“Midnight Clear” by Alchymie is available online worldwide beginning Sept. 1, 2015. Get in early, fans of piano and holiday music.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015"Midnight Clear" CD Review / NeuFutur Magazine

"Angels We Have Heard On High adds considerable depth to this holiday classic; the dense arrangements of this effort will stand up to repeat listens. The most important part of this composition has to be the narrative that is weaved through the playing; there does not have to be anything in the way of vocals to have listeners experience a full tale....."

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Thursday, August 6, 2015New Release!

Album, Shorelines is released and available form CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon and Spotify from August 2015. Pianist-composer Patrick Dunn presents a selection of original piano miniatures. Delicate in texture and reflective in mood, these pieces draw inspiration from the nature, seasons, sights and scenes of the South East England coastline.

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