New Age Music


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A style of music intended to relax the listener, and realign mind, body and spirit
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NAM is mentioned only once in his book, where he claims unequivocally that World music is not New Age music (Nidel 2005, 2).
Missa Johnouchi creates Asian-style New Age music and is known to present and direct her own musical works, aiming to convey a 'peace of the heart' message and a 'testimony of respect'.
Instead, the music is infused with a kind of sped-up new age sensibility: Like new age music, it embraces the more enthusiastic end of electronic music production.
The overall concept of munni is great; it is a change from the typical new age music and is liked by all age groups.
The word "fusion" conjures up images of New Age music, food or maybe nuclear warheads.
Candlelight baths, new age music, good food and wine will all help to bring you back down to earth.
Then we're whisked off over the rainbow somewhere to limbo land for a surrealistic trip though a kaleidoscope of landscapes accompanied by some jangly new age music, watching Susie run though the hills of her pseudo-heaven.
New age music plays from the stereo, pan pipes and piano evoking opulence and exotic spa treatments.
Iranian-Armenian flamenco guitarist and composer Armik has been listed four times on Billboard Magazine's Top Ten New Age Artists and his releases have consistently reached Top Ten positions on Billboard's charts of top-selling new age music.
While this study used New Age music, classical music should work beautifully.
Though best known for its Christmas music (26 million yuletide albums sold and counting), New Age music chart topper Mannheim Steamroller is a band for all seasons.
By fusing musicmakers of antiquity with the classic strings of their post-Columbian conquerors, the self-taught ethnomusicologist helped usher in the New Age music movement.