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by Solomon Keal

Reflective and inspiring solo piano music. This music explores the ups and downs of human life; every piece will touch some aspect of your life as it soothes you into a more peaceful state of mind. Perfect for meditation, massage, or sitting by a fire.
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1. Musical Joy
2:49 $0.99
2. Sunset
4:34 $0.99
3. Reflections
4:26 $0.99
4. Prayer
2:46 $0.99
5. Admiration
3:08 $0.99
6. Solitary Contemplation
3:29 $0.99
7. My Faith
3:40 $0.99
8. Lonely Heart
4:15 $0.99
9. Heritage
5:30 $0.99
10. Wisdom of Time
4:32 $0.99
11. Moving On
3:11 $0.99
12. Courtship
3:50 $0.99
13. Sweet Dreams
3:52 $0.99
14. Sleep Well
3:50 $0.99
15. Thinking of You
6:03 $0.99
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Album Notes
Solomon Keal is a solo piano artist from Lenhartsville, Pennsylvania. He composes peaceful, relaxing New Age or Neo Classical solo piano music. Solomon’s music has often been compared to the music of Jim Brickman, John Tesh, George Winston, Claude Debussy, James Horner, David Lanz, Erik Satie, Chip Davis, Danny Wright, Liz Story, Kevin Kern, and Hagood Hardy.
Solomon has a home recording studio which allows him to record and produce his own albums. In November of 2005 he released a solo piano Christmas album called "Advent." He is currently working with his sister Roxanne on composing several pieces for a flute and piano album, as well as his next solo piano album, entitled "Peace of Heaven." Solomon is an independent musician, meaning that he isn't signed to a record label. His own independent music business is called Peace of Heaven Music.
Six years of formal piano lessons laid the foundation for his ability to compose an average of 6 solo piano pieces a year since 1993. Solomon has performed his music for weddings, dinners, receptions, charity events, open mic nights, coffeeshops, and concerts.
In 1998, with the extraordinary help of Clark Ferguson (Bearswamp Studios), his family and friends, Solomon made his first self-published album entitled "Thoughts and Affections." Then in 2000, he made his second album, "Heritage."
Solomon has a diploma in Recording Engineering from the Audio Institute of America, and is capable of recording his own albums as well as recording for other musicians as well.
Solomon is also a piano teacher, specializing in non-traditional lessons which cover piano basics, music theory, composition, and improvisation.
Piano performing, composing, music teaching, and recording engineering are all fluid parts of Solomon's music career.
Solomon's piano music can now be heard on a couple of different online radio stations including: Whisperings Solo Piano Radio, and New Church Radio.



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Clark Echols

Connecting to my heritage
I have to conclude that all humans have the same feelings connected to certain kinds of music. How else can I explain that Solomon Keal’s music connects with my feelings in exactly the way he has designed it to, according to the titles of the pieces and liner notes on “Heritage?” The CD takes me from a lively joy through many feelings to a quiet serenity. I will only note here some highlights of my experience. “Sunset” takes me to a place of review, of looking back to learn from my immediate past. A picture of the sun can leave me uncertain about the time of day, but this piece is definitely not sunrise! “My Faith” sounds like the inner strength that a genuine faith provides, which is very distinct from an external dogma, which is harsh and strident. “Courtship” prepares me for the marriage of thought and feeling, of the completion of a process of reflection that motivates me to action in the future. But first, there is need for rest, which “Sweet Dreams” and “Sleep Well” provide for me. I am permitted to put aside the work of the past, and the anticipated tasks of tomorrow. As I end this hour of reflection on who and what I am, and where I am and where I am headed, thus my heritage and its impact on the future, Keal invites me to raise my inner sight to the source of my life and its story, my Creator who is my God, the source of life. I now have a sense of the promise of the future, not determined by my past, but connected to my heritage.