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Wednesday, March 02, 2011
Music we love to practice Reiki by: "Compassion"
With each note this lovely piano composition takes the listener deeper into a quiet inner space. Composed and performed by Peter Kater, "Compassion" begins with the melodious reverberation of a gong. Ancient gongs and bowls, saxophone, cellos, voice, and flutes punctuate the lush musical pathways of Kater's piano. Intended specifically to accompany healing work, the music evokes the heart of true compassion, for oneself and others. I especially like that the album is one continuous piece, 75 minutes in length.
Kater became one of a handful of instrumental artists spearheading a new music genre, now known as New Age, with the release of his 1983 album, “Spirit.” He has scored more than 100 television and film productions and eleven Broadway productions. Nominated six times in the last seven years for Grammy awards, among Kater’s numerous awards are the 1992 Indie award for “Best New Age Album” for “Migration” with Native American flutist R. Carlos Nakai, and the Environmental Leadership Award given by the United Nations for his commitment to the well-being of the environment. To learn more and purchase this music, visit Kater's web site or click below to find "Compassion" on iTunes and Amazon: