Markus Hauck | my religion is life

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my religion is life

by Markus Hauck

Nourishing, relaxing, uplifting and inspiring: piano solos at the intersection of classical, jazz, pop, and new age music.
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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1. santiago sunrise
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2. gift from the gods
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3. rain on the moon
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4. my secret garden
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5. big winter city
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6. three words
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7. can i hear you can you hear me
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8. making good/summer dance
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9. fast awake & wide asleep (the great affair)
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10. on faith alone
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If you love Keith Jarrett except for the fact that he screeches along with his playing when he gets excited; if you think George Winston has some cool melodies but should sell his metronome; if you adore Lyle Mays and only wish he'd get a decent haircut; if you are in need of inspiration, about to give birth, or just a person who likes to be nourished by music, then check out these piano compositions at the intersection of classical, jazz, pop, and new-age. It's music that matters!

Markus Hauck was trained as a classical pianist in Germany before studying jazz as a scholarship recipient at Berklee College of Music. He has also lived in Paris and Southern Spain, figured out the meaning of life, and played keyboards (dressed in a bright pink jumpsuit) with a rock group for crowds numbering up to 8,000. In other words, he's a perfectly harmless (although not really normal) guy who just happens to write brilliant music.

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