Paul's celebration of the sun and the ways we experience it. A lyrical and elegant trio album recorded in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, featuring Paul's soprano sax with the keyboards of Paul Halley and the hand percussion of Glen Velez.
A stunningly beautiful collection of songs without words, for piano. Paul Halley shares with us the gifts of his composing and improvising skills, born of his broad experience in jazz, classical music, Gregorian chant, Jamaican dance, and popular song.
Angel On A Stone Wall
Paul Halley explores more of the extraordinary range of his composing, arranging and keyboard skills, drawing on his roots in jazz and classical traditions to create original music that is vital and timeless. With guest artists Paul Wertico and David Blamires of the Pat Metheny Group.
Living Music Collection
LIVING MUSIC COLLECTION I presents selections from the Living Music albums of Paul Winter, Oscar Castro-Neves, Eugene Friesen, Paul Halley and Denny Zeitlin.
Lyrical instrumental interpretations of bossa nova tunes by Antonio Carlos Jobim, Marino Pinto, Carlos Lyra and others features "Winter's liquid soprano sax, Castro-Neves' rich chord voicings, and solid but supple backing from bassist Nilson Matta and drummer Paulo Braga. [...] A long-overdue collaboration between two gifted and well-traveled musicians."
- Billboard Magazine
The Paul Winter Consort's legendary annual "Winter Solstice Whole Earth Christmas Celebration"
The Man Who Planted Trees
Written by Jean Giono and narrated by the late Robert J. Lurtsema (host of public radio's "Morning Pro Musica"), this empowering story of a tree-planting shepherd is set to original music by the Paul Winter Consort.
Miho: Journey to the Mountain
2010 Grammy Award Winner | Best New Age Album
Recorded by The Paul Winter Consort in the Miho Museum near Kyoto, Japan
2007 Grammy Award Winner | Best New Age Album
The Paul Winter Consort’s album: CRESTONE: A Celebration of the World of Crestone , celebrates the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Great Sand Dunes, and San Luis Valley of Southern Colorado.
Paul Winter's imaginary journey of a mythic sea lion pup inspired this musical celebration of the sea, which interweaves the actual voices of eleven different sea mammals.Efforts generated as a result of CALLINGS led to the designation of March 1 as International Day of the Seal.