Bernward Koch – Gentle Breeze

15 02 2009

front17Bernward Koch – Gentle Breeze
MP3 @ 192 Kbps VBR | 54:55 min | 74 MB | 1992 | 10% Recovery Record

His songs reflect emotions, the music doesn`t step into the foreground, but Bernward Koch is able to create eternal melodies.

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Bernward Koch – Flowing

14 02 2009

cover5Bernward Koch – Flowing
MP3 @ 320 Kbps | 47:22 min | 1989 | 101 MB | 10% Recovery Record

A tender collection of melodies that wash over you like a gentle rain. These exquisite piano and keyboard recordings are enhanced by poignant flute and soft rhythmic percussion. flowing sparkles along with a joyful romanticism.

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Bernward Koch – Still Magic

8 01 2009

bernward-koch-still-magicBernward Koch – Still Magic
MP3 | 128 Kbps | 46:35 min | 46.2 MB

German-born New Age keyboardist and composer Bernward Koch debuted in 1990 with Flowing; subsequent releases include 1993’s Laguna de la Vera, 1997’s Still Magic and 1999’s Journey to the Heart.

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Bernward Koch – Journey To The Heart

8 01 2009

bernward-koch-journey-to-the-heartBernward Koch – Journey To The Heart
MP3 @ 256 Kbps | 45:23 min | 73.0 MB | 10% Recovery Record

An hour of flowing melodies to bathe you in dreamy relaxation. Koch’s piano compositions, enriched with flute, guitar and soft percussion, open the window to a peaceful, healing breeze. German pianist Bernward Koch adds his indelible touch to Real Music’s extensive catalog of relaxing and awakening music. They are delicately crafted and clearly show their creator’s sense of form. Koch is joined by a group of equally talented musicians on flute, guitar and soft percussion.

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Bernward Koch – Walking Through Clouds

8 01 2009

bernward-koch-walking-through-cloudsBernward Koch – Walking Through Clouds
MP3 @ 256 Kbps | 60:01 min | 98.7 MB | 10% Recovery Record

German musician Bernward Koch (kahtch) has experienced a most astonishing rise within the international New Age music scene over the last decade. Koch’s fame began to ascend when the artist (among greats such as Bonnie Raitt, Sting, Basia and Ottmar Liebert) contributed a track for two Aids-benefit compilations initiated by California radio stations KKSF and THE WAVE. Today Bernward Koch is considered by many as among the genre’s leading artists.

No one who knows Koch’s music is surprised by his success. The classically trained artist composes pieces of outstanding formal maturity and with an astonishing musical finesse. Koch himself calls his compositions “songs without lyrics,” and indeed they are delicately crafted and clearly show their creator’s sense of form. His arrangements are always marked by a tasteful balance of synthesized and natural sounds. The organic pulse of a real, flesh and blood drummer, Bernward’s brother Christoph, is essential for Koch’s music, and the exquisite flute playing of his wife, Christine Böhm, has over the years become a trademark feature in his sound.

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