QuietMelodies is now open!

15 06 2009

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As many of you might already know, the new portal is finally open!!!!!  I am so sorry that it has taken so long to happen, but I do hope you find it worth the wait.  Some of the new features you will be able to enjoy are being able to message any member & being able to post your own favorites.  There will also be a forum added so that requests and such can be made there.  Eventually hope to in essence mirror this blog there and of course have new content available.  The new music available should be substantially more than here as there will be multiple people posting =-).  Please stop by and join your NEW home for QuietMusic – www.quietmelodies.com!

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Tim Janis – The Promise

22 01 2009

2005_tim_janis_t_the_promise_origTim Janis – The Promise
MP3 @ 192 Kbps VBR | 47:12 min | 76.5 MB | 2005 | 10% Recovery Record

The Promise is a collection of beautiful and romantic music inspired by the coming of Spring and the renewal of life and love. The Tim Janis Ensemble delivers a moving performance with highlights including the serene “Reflections,” the hopeful “My Rose of Joy,” and the passionate “If Only You Were Near.” Heartfelt melodies interpreted by violin and pennywhistle combined with full symphonic orchestrations make The Promise an unforgettable expression of hope and romance.

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Tim Janis – Water’s Edge

22 01 2009

wateros_edge_origTim Janis – Water’s Edge
MP3 @ 192 Kbps VBR | 42:25 min | 70.8 MB | 2000 | 10% Recovery Record

With water crashing on the rocks of the Maine coastline, nature’s power inspires the beautiful melodies of Water’s Edge. Massive Orchestral climaxes leading to sweet, passionate melodies unfold from an ensemble of violins, cellos, flute, penny whistle, piano, guitar, and orchestral percussion.

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Tim Janis – Flowers In October

22 01 2009

tim_janis_g_flowers_in_october_origTim Janis – Flowers In October
MP3 @ 192 Kbps VBR | 41:09 min | 71.2 MB | 2003 | 10% Recovery Record

Tim Janis presents a musical portrait of the New England Autumn on this wonderful instrumental album. The record that lay the foundation for the arrangement style found on Water’s Edge and December Morning, this CD is inspired by the bold colors featured in the woods of Maine each Fall. Flowers in October also contains some popular intimate Tim Janis compositions for solo violin and piano.

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Tim Janis – December Morning

22 01 2009

december_morning_origTim Janis – December Morning
MP3 @ 192 Kbps VBR | 41:32 min | 71.7 MB | 1999 | 10% Recovery Record

This album really showcases a mature, confident Janis, who has mastered the high art of orchestral arrangement. Janis combines musical colors to paint a most majestic landscape, then pulls the listener right into it with a single melody. Each song has a character all its own, yet somehow Tim is able to invoke the crisp, clean winds of winter throughout the album.

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Tim Janis – Beautiful America

22 01 2009

2004_beautiful_america_origTim Janis – Beautiful America
MP3 @ 192 Kbps VBR | 40:19 min | 69.9 MB | 2004 | 10% Recovery Record

The stunning soundtrack to the hit National Public Television special Beautiful America. These pieces are inspired by the five featured National Parks from the Public TV special: Yosemite, Rainier, Acadia, Grand Canyon, and the Great Smokey Mountains. Ocean Rose provides one of the highlights of the album and is one of the most inspiring Tim Janis compositions to date.

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Tim Janis – Along The Shore Of Acadia

22 01 2009

2000_along_the_shore_of_acadia_origTim Janis – Along The Shore Of Acadia
MP3 @ 192 Kbps VBR | 41:41 min | 71.2 MB | 1996 | 10% Recovery Record

Recorded in 1996, this was the debut album that first established Tim Janis as a recognized composer. From the sweet and harmonious string compositions, to the bold and powerful rhythms of nature herself, Acadia remains Tim’s most popular album.

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