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by Ryan Stewart

Ryan Stewart's music is an intricate web of melodies delicately spun together to create a hauntingly beautiful sound. ℗ Copyright 2008 Ryan Stewart Music
Genre: Classical: Symphony
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Released
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2. Autumn
2:46 $0.99
3. Memories
3:22 $0.99
4. Surreal
3:48 $0.99
5. Eyes Of A Child
3:18 $0.99
6. Equanimity
3:51 $0.99
7. A Beginning
3:23 $0.99
8. The Path
2:44 $0.99
9. This Dream
4:04 $0.99
10. Carousel
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Album Notes
Ryan Stewart’s passion is music. He has come a long way from the child who was expected to practice the piano before playing with friends, or the teenager who spent his lunch hour playing the piano on the stage at his local high school. Stewart has now fulfilled a goal of a studio release album Equanimity, a collection of intricately spun melodies that fans have described as being “hauntingly beautiful”.

Raised in Salt Lake City, Stewart says his mother is his inspiration. A classically trained pianist herself, she wanted to share her love of music with her children. Sadly, she passed away from breast cancer when he was just 13. Stewart says this was a poignant moment in his life and he realized the gift she had given to him. He said, “As a teenager I missed her and I would sit at the piano and play and think about her.” His father encouraged him to continue to pursuing his talent.

After graduating from high school, Stewart was awarded a full-ride scholarship in music to the University of Utah. He perfected his piano skills as he studied, played and taught piano lessons. He especially enjoyed teaching students with an affinity for composition and song writing. Although Stewart eventually left the music department and pursued a career in computers, he never lost his desire to compose and play the instrument he loves. Today, his spare time is spent with music, and his passion has become something his wife, Cindy, and their two daughters cherish when spending time together..

Stewart is currently a self-employed computer architect with a forte for banking and internet programming. He has worked with such companies as American Express, Chase, and Zions Banks. However, his greatest ambition is to combine his love of computers with music to create compositions for the entertainment industry, particularly in film. Stewart has a gift for orchestrating just about anything, beginning with a concerto he wrote at the age of 17. He has also written works for GEICO, Novell, Narada Recording Artist Paul Cardall, and others. More information can be found on Stewart’s website, ryanstewartmusic.com

Equanimity ℗ Copyright 2008 Ryan Stewart Music



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Stephen Beck

Simply wonderful
I like to listen to various kinds of instrumental music, from classical symphonic to solo piano. Some of my favorites include Yanni, Suzanne Ciani, David Lanz, David Arkenstone, and Paul Cardall. When I first heard Ryan Stewart's music, I was completely floored! His music is every bit as good these other artists I mentioned. This album is very relaxing, easy to listen to, and emotionally powerful! I highly recommend this to anyone who loves to listen instrumental music. There is not a single track on this album that I didn't love the first time I heard it--and an album like that is hard to find!

Daren Sirbough

This is music
These pieces are just rich in music and harmony. It's not just the melodies that get me, but the harmony backing it up. Ryan's writing is raw and tame in a lot of ways. To me, this album is very relaxing. I have a copy in the car and for home. Easy to listen to and powerful in so many ways.