Tag: soothing music
What is New-Age Music While there appears not to be an exact definition of New-Age Music there does appear to be agreement that it is music created by composers and musicians whose aim is to focus on providing a peaceful, meditative, and relaxing environment. It had its beginnings in the 1970s in conjunction with the… Read More ›
Much of the military music has been composed to announce military events as with bugle calls and fanfares, or accompany marching formations with drum cadences, or mark special occasions as by military bands.
If you are new to classical music you may find a good way to develop a love for Western music is by creating a Starter Kit for each of the “greats”. Pick an artist and take a listen. If you enjoyed it then go back and explore more. Start with the greats. For me, the… Read More ›
Listen to Track 3 from the album Celtic Fantasy as you read the review. Buy it Now Reprint of an AllMusic Review of Daniel Kobialka’s Celtic Fantasy by Larry Belanger “Daniel Kobialka takes his violin techniques, which incorporate a special warmth and subtlety of phrasing and intonation described by Arthur Fiedler, and adds a bit of Celtic structure… Read More ›
Meditation Techniques Most dictionaries simply define meditation as a practice in which an individual trains the mind or induces a pattern of subjective functioning, either to realize some benefit (1) or as an end in itself (2). Given the number of available meditation styles and techniques, anyone contemplating perusing meditation is advised to take time… Read More ›