Curtis Macdonald | Where the Heart Belongs

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Where the Heart Belongs

by Curtis Macdonald

A beautiful and heartfelt New Age/Chill instrumental with a memorable romantic piano melody celebrating love and relationship.
Genre: New Age: Contemporary Instrumental
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1. Where the Heart Belongs
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The second single of the 2014 collection, “Where the Heart Belongs” is a walk in the park, hand in hand with the one you cherish. A love song that is light and airy with a smooth groove and a melody that tugs at the heartstrings. An intimate waltz that lifts your spirits as you imagine the fulfillment of love.

Curtis Macdonald, a Southern California native residing in Thousand Oaks has been creating music and entertaining fans of the New Age/Instrumental Pop genre for over 25 years. His recent appearance on “The Artists of Eversound 15th Anniversary Concert”, a live concert CD/DVD has gained global attention as well as his Eversound release “Everlasting” which received a Zone Reporter Top 100 Album artist in 2007, and a 2007 Grammy consideration to be nominated. His most recent CD “When Dreams Come True” received Grammy consideration for 2013.

He is a graduate composer from California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California, and his music can be heard on a global scale at any given moment due to decades of production music composed for various music libraries and 17 CDs of his personal "brand" of music that day spas, high profile restaurants, streaming radio and fans all around the world have come to enjoy.



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