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.
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.
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 Windham Hill Christmas
Windham Hill's first-ever album of classic holiday music featuring instrumental recordings by Jim Brickman, George Winston, Tim Story, Will Ackerman and more.
1996 Grammy Award Winner | Best Traditional Folk Album
The world's legendary troubadour, Pete Seeger, accompanied by a village of voices and instruments, in all-new recordings of songs celebrating the human journey and the Earth.
Every Day Is A New Life
The US debut album by legendary Armenian vocalist, percussionist and instrumentalist, Arto Tuncboyaciyan. Arto sings, accompanying himself on the traditional six-stringed sazebo, solos on the traditional double-reed duduk, and plays percussion.
Earth: Voices Of A Planet
Eighteen guest artists and some remarkable voices from the wild join the Consort in a celebration for the twentieth anniversary of Earth Day. New compositions in tribute to the seven continents and the oceans interweave the sounds of African elephant, Amazonian "musical wren," Australian lyre-bird, orca, and endangered spotted-owl in a far-reaching musical journey.
Arms Around You
Eugene Friesen breaks new ground for the cello with remarkable ensemble playing featuring his dynamic compositions.
Missa Gaia Earth Mass
A rhythmic, joyous and contemporary celebration of the Earth in the form of the Mass, featuring the Consort with the voices of the wolf, whale, loon, and the choruses of New York’s Cathedral of St. John the Divine.This ecological and ecumenical Earth Mass has become an annual tradition at the Cathedral each first Sunday of October.
Pianist Denny Zeitlin is a widely recorded and acclaimed composer, performer and improviser who is also a practicing psychiatrist. He brings his heart and his virtuosity together in HOMECOMING for Living Music.