Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|David Lanz, David Arkenstone|
Genres: New Age, Pop
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Jim S. from FRANKLIN, NC
Reviewed on 6/26/2010...
Very nice music to read by!
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Paula B. from TROY, MO
Reviewed on 1/19/2007...
AN AWESOME DIVERSE MASTERPIECE
Robbie Steiner | New Orleans, LA United States | 01/26/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"David Lanz's and David Arkenstone's "Convergence" is truly a remarkable piece of music. What is so great is that it is very diverse, meaning there are a variety of songs with different styles to listen to, but at the same time they all go together. I do not know how these two musical geniuses made an album as such, but it is truly awesome. "The Dragon's Daughter" is such an awesome song. Paul Speer, a guitar extraordinaire, collaborates with David Lanz on this song. The guitar and piano together on this song makes it one of the driving forces in this CD. "The Cello's Song" by David Arkenstone, is an amazing, serious, and beautiful song. The cello sounds absolutely amazing. It is the Cello's song. "Madre de la Tierra" by David Lanz is one of my all time favorite David Lanz songs. This song opens the CD and it is David on the piano with an entire orchestra to back him up. This song is a masterpiece and is one of the prettiest and most moving songs any person will come across these days. Way to go David Lanz and David Arkenstone! If you love music, I know you will love "Convergence"!"
Get aquainted with two fine artists for the price of one.
Holly Ingraham | Honolulu, HI USA | 02/04/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I bought this for the Arkenstone cuts, and at first listen was underwhelmed by Lanz (piano often bores me) as represented by "Madre de la Tierra" and "Madrona," but his "Oaks" is my favorite cut on the entire album, probably because of its solid medieval dance base: a beautiful interplay of the three instruments. Arkenstone's "The Cello's Song" is lushly romantic (I like Russian composers like Prokoviev and Ravell), as is "Love on the Beach." Everything here is solidly good, some superb; my ear just has its own prejudices, which you may share. Definitely worth a listen."