Solomon Keal | Peace of Heaven

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Peace of Heaven

by Solomon Keal

Peaceful, relaxing Neo-classical solo piano music, in the style of George Winston, Jim Brickman, and David Lanz.
Genre: Classical: New Age
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Peace of Heaven
5:49 $0.99
2. Family Comfort
4:31 $0.99
3. Thoughtfulness
5:02 $0.99
4. Memories
4:04 $0.99
5. Surrender
5:48 $0.99
6. Footprints in the Sand
4:25 $0.99
7. Contentment
4:18 $0.99
8. Rise Above It
3:34 $0.99
9. Affection For Truth
3:03 $0.99
10. More Than a Dream
5:55 $0.99
11. Revelation
2:20 $0.99
12. Life After Death
3:39 $0.99
13. Hymn of Gratitude
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14. Peace Be With You
2:54 $0.99
15. Angel's Birth
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Album Notes
Solomon Keal is a solo piano artist from Bryn Athyn, 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 produces his own albums. He is currently working with his sister Roxanne on composing several pieces for a flute and piano album. Solomon is an independent musician. His independent music business is called Peace of Heaven Music.
Six years of formal piano lessons laid the foundation for composing 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 help of Clark Ferguson (Bearswamp Studios), his family and friends, Solomon made his first self-published album entitled "Thoughts and Affections." That was followed in 2000 by "Heritage." In 2005, Solomon released an album of his own solo piano arrangements of sacred Christmas melodies entitled "Advent." Solomon has a diploma in Recording Engineering from the Audio Institute of America. Solomon's piano music can be heard on online radio stations including: Whisperings Solo Piano Radio, and Pandora.



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Kathy Parsons

Spiritual Peace
“Peace of Heaven” is pianist/composer Solomon Keal’s fourth release to date, and consists of fifteen original solo piano tracks of a very peaceful, spiritual nature. There are no hard edges and no minor key darkness on this CD, but it isn’t sugary-sweet, either. In the liner notes, Keal reflects on the inspiration for his music, allowing us into his thoughts and giving us insight into how religion and spirituality have affected and guided his life.

“Peace of Heaven” begins with the title track, a gentle piece of musical contentment about the calm that comes in the rare times when we feel “a sense of heavenly peacefulness,” knowing that everything will work out for the best and there is no need to worry. Serenity flows from this lovely work, setting the tone for the album. I also really like “Thoughtfulness,” a quiet and gentle piece about doing things for others from the heart rather than out of obligation. Warmth and kindness fill this piece with a special kind of love. “Memories” is an improvisational piece that is built around four chords. Deeply introspective, it deals with the idea of facing memories from the past, happy and sad, that have shaped our lives. A kind of internal peace comes from dealing with all of that. “Surrender” is a beautiful piece that tells of letting God into our lives and allowing his will to be done through us - a difficult thing to do. Some of the music gives a sense of inner conflict and struggle, but is not turbulent or agitated. “Life After Death” deals with the bittersweet emotions we experience when someone dies, but also the hope of an eternal life in a better place. “Hymn of Gratitude” is a hymn without words, and a song of gratitude that should be in our hearts all the time. “Angel’s Birth” was composed as the processional for Keal’s wedding. Keal believes that when two spouses are in heaven, they are called one angel, so a wedding here on earth is the date of birth for an angel in heaven. Light, tender, and loving, it’s a beautiful piece.

If you’re in the mood for some spiritually uplifting music, “Peace of Heaven” is a good choice.