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Music For A New Age
Music For A New Age
Over 7 Continuous Years Online!
Alas, it's unfortunate that some marketing types coined the term "new age" to describe
a form of music that, by its very nature, defies definition. After all, when you
combine the modern-day sounds of electronic synthesizers with the droning of the
ancient Aboriginal didgeridoo, what are you going to call it? Hence the term, "New
Age." The long-term affect of this appellation has been derision and confusion; many
people believe that New Age music is meant only to be listened to during meditation,
mudbaths, or mystic activities. And while any of these activities may be appropriate
for this type of music, it is my belief that music should be enjoyed for its value to
the listener, whatever that may be.
December 2002: My sincerest apologies to all who have written me requesting links and offering
suggestions and support. Personal issues have caused me to turn my focus onto other topics at
the expense of keeping this site up to date. I have now added all links requested since roughly
the middle of the year. This site is NOT dead!
Without further ado, then, I present a collection of links to sites on the Net that
embrace the type of music I enjoy; music for a New Age.
- FREE New Age piano music lessons! Check out
Quiescence Music, a site
by Edward Weiss (online class starts 20-Jan-2003).
- New music at mp3.com by
- Nostalgic Dream is the web site of Emile Lambrev, an
accomplished musician with classical, rock and Eastern European roots.
- Zola Van's music has been a top download at
Amazon.com and listed in the top 100 NAV Radio Airplay
for November 2002!
- Barb Polomsky has among other things, been the organist for the Cleveland Indians baseball
team! You wouldn't know it by Piano Di Arte.
- A fan site (in Spanish) devoted to the popular
ambient/flamenco group, B-Tribe.
- Who says streaming audio is dead? If your taste runs more to the Smooth Jazz genre,
there's Soft Jazz FM from the U.K...
- Composure is the name under
which Bill McGee records and composes.
- Original music for piano and cello (featuring cellist David Darling),
Tranzdanze by Monica Robelotto.
- Devotional and transcendental music by RASA.
- Robert Krolage has updated his site. Nice!
- Cynthia is the author of a #1 song as well as
a crusader for peace and harmony.
- Opera meets New Age Electronica! Operatica Shine.
- Touch of Eternity an Australian group
recording on the Satori label.
- Project: Data Control Industrial/electronic
- NEWS: The revolution will be broadcast! We've added a new sub-category, listing links to
artists who are plying their wares on MP3.com and similar sites!
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I am always looking for new links to add to this page. If you've come across a site
you think deserves to be listed here, I certainly would appreciate hearing from you. (On a
side note, I'm particularly partial to "minimalistic" sites -- that is, sites that go
easy on the GIFs and JAVA stuff, and contain more content than glitz).
After five years of running a very minimal site itself, I've taken the plunge to "modernize"
it. I will be renovating this site, and perhaps adding a guestbook and such. In the meantime, if
there's a link you think should be added here, please use this submission
form. Thanks for thinking of me, and please come back soon!
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