Deuter's ardent fans across the globe will be enchanted with Henon. In it, Deuter has outdone himself with the intricate melodies and emotional variations that characterize his flute, guitar and synthesizer performances. This recording is as fresh as his first release on the Kuckuck label more than twenty years ago, but it clearly displays the mastery he has perfected over that time. Deuter's magic is his remarkable ability to create music that is both smooth and textured, light yet deeply layered.Although Deuter composed each piece especially for this recording, Henon is almost a best of release: it combines the best of Deuter's delightful melodious style with the best recording techniques. In fact, this is Deuter's first true audiophile recording, as discerning listeners will discover with pleasure. This breakthrough is represented also by the new design of the Henon cover. The computer artwork, a fractal image, is dedicated to French astronomer Michel Henon, whose endeavors "to understand the trajectories of stars through a galaxy" led him to his pioneering work on fractals. Just as Henon's work combined timeless fascination with modern methods, Henon combines Deuter's timeless style with a philosophical bent towards the 21st century.