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by David Hicken

"Angels" is a follow-up to the very successful "Goddess" CD by David Hicken. This recording features even more melodic piano pieces that are reminiscent of movie music. If you like James Horner, John Williams and Howard Shore, you'll love this CD.
Genre: Classical: Piano solo
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Celeste
4:30 $0.99
2. Michael
5:09 $0.99
3. Seraphina
4:50 $0.99
4. Desirée
4:42 $0.99
5. Uriel
4:18 $0.99
6. Rosetta
4:12 $0.99
7. Francesca
4:27 $0.99
8. Indriel
4:28 $0.99
9. Akasha
4:13 $0.99
10. Aurora
3:47 $0.99
11. Raphael
3:50 $0.99
12. Gabriel
4:11 $0.99
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Album Notes
Perfect for Reiki, Massage and Sleep Therapy, "Angels" features more beautiful piano music from David Hicken. Reminiscent of movie themes the melodies that permeate this CD have a calming and soothing effect on the listenere. Gentle pieces such as "Celeste" and "Akasha" evoke images of the wind rustling
through the trees or water in a small stream. Ideal for massage, yoga, meditation as well as studying.

David Hicken is an English composer and pianist who now resides on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. Surrounded by incredible beauty, David loves to compose music that is reflective of the environment in which he lives.

For more music by David, also check out "Goddess" and "Faeries".



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Frances Rudland

this is a very beautiful album and as soon as it comes out agian i will buy it and the goddes album is also beautful also i recived it in the mail thank you so very much for sending it to me. Frances Rudland

Kathy Parsons

“Angels” is “Part 2” of David Hicken’s incredibly beautiful trilogy of original solo piano CDs that began with “Goddess.” Some of the music on “Angels” is a bit more complex than “Goddess,” and some is more classical in style, but it is just as soothing, uplifting, and relaxing. A new face on the solo piano scene, David Hicken has had extensive classical music training from a very early age on both piano and organ, and released several CDs of classical and original organ music over the past seventeen years. He has been a music teacher himself for almost twenty years. With a studio set up in the garden area of his Hawaiian home, the creative juices have been flowing and the results are a wonderful gift to those of us who love gently evocative solo piano. (I also love solo piano when it’s kind of wild and crazy, but that’s another story!) Hicken says in the liner notes, “My aim is to produce music that enriches the lives of my audience by helping to melt away the stresses of everyday life.” Mission accomplished - bigtime! And there is good news for the pianists out there - a companion songbook is on its way!

The twelve pieces on “Angels” are each named for a specific angel, and all of the compositions are exceptional. I wish there was a short “blurb” in the liner notes about each angel to identify who they are, but this is a very small missing piece remedied by a visit to Google, I’m sure. “Celeste” is the first of the “Angels.” Full of grace and sweetness, it provides an elegant beginning. The rhythm of “Michael” has a swirling motion to accompany the simple, heartfelt melody. “Seraphina” reminds me of the passionate minimalism of Michael Hoppe’s music. The melody for “Rosetta” is very simple and graceful, with a sparkling accompaniment - similar in style to Saint-Saens’ “The Swan” - gorgeous! “Indriel” has a flowing left hand that gives the piece a sense of motion that would lend itself well to ballet. I love the unexpected chord changes in “Akasha,” my favorite on this album. The rolling left hand and passionate melody are delicate and exquisite. “Aurora” is a bit more playful while “Raphael” is quietly reflective. “Gabriel” is darker and more melancholy - another favorite - ending the album on a haunting note.

David Hicken is off to a fantastic start with two incredibly good CDs, and a third on its way. (I’ve had a sneak peak, and “Faeries” is every bit as beautiful as “Angels” and “Goddess.”) Very highly recommended!

Sarah Tamashiro

Great Music!
David's music is so relaxing. Each song has a different feel to it and makes you imagine the real stories of the angles. A must to have.