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Treasures of Peace: The Stanton Lanier Collection

by Stanton Lanier

Scripture inspired piano to refresh your spirit, with solos and accompaniment from nine acclaimed guest artists.
Genre: New Age: Relaxation
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Peace (feat. Noah Wilding)
5:15 $0.99
2. Spirit of Grace
3:45 $0.99
3. Awaken the Dawn (feat. Philip Aaberg, Eugene Friesen, Noah Wilding, Jeff Oster, Jill Haley & William Ackerman)
4:59 $0.99
4. Vive La Joye
3:40 $0.99
5. Tears of Lament (feat. Eugene Friesen)
4:45 $0.99
6. Bread of Angels (feat. Noah Wilding)
5:34 $0.99
7. Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
4:36 $0.99
8. Open Spaces (feat. Jeff Haynes, Eugene Friesen, Noah Wilding, Richard Gus Sebring & Tom Eaton)
5:43 $0.99
9. Silence
8:00 $0.99
10. Discovery (feat. Eugene Friesen)
4:41 $0.99
11. This Very Moment
4:07 $0.99
12. Thanksgiving (feat. Jill Haley)
3:35 $0.99
13. Dreams in the Night (feat. Noah Wilding)
5:07 $0.99
14. Alleluias Dancing (feat. Noah Wilding, William Ackerman & Jill Haley)
5:50 $0.99
15. First Love (Revised)
3:38 $0.99
16. Far Away from Home (feat. Tom Eaton & William Ackerman)
4:41 $0.99
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Album Notes
Stanton Lanier's signature piano melodies are sure to refresh your spirit. This re-mastered collection offers sixteen listener favorites from his eight albums and ninety-nine singles. Listen for peace, rest, hope and healing with touching piano solos and exquisite accompaniment from nine acclaimed guest artists, including three Grammy winners.



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Steve Sheppard, One World Music Radio

I know you will be elated with your purchase
The latest work from Stanton Lanier is called Treasures of Peace. The opening track is called Peace and is such a beautiful way to start. Peace is a calming opener and the angelic vocals add to this sense of inner quiet.
Spirit of Grace raises the energy and pace slightly, a wondrous melody floats about us, with the air of a new born summer wind. Lanier’s ability to almost pause in this piece adds such a quality to the arrangement and gives us a moment of musical reflection to enjoy.
Awaken the Dawn is inspiring, but at the same time so very peaceful, it’s the sound track for the morning, as life begins to grow and crawl along the carpet of the day.
Vive la Joye is up next. The tempo is up, the mood quickens and the energy of this piece is filled with a joy that is boundless, Lanier has a delicate skill to paint a musical picture with each key and the joy that pours from this piece is so self-evident and has a melody I am sure, that if you listen carefully, will be familiar to you.
Tears of Lament is next. I love minor compositions, they create such fantastic imagery in the mind’s eye and here on this piece we have exactly that. However Lanier uses power here as well as intent and then brings in some incredible strings to accompany him, this seals a piece that is sorrowful, deep and heart rending and impossible not to listen to many times over.
Bread of Angels is a piece that brings the breath of peace to you, this is one amazing track to behold, the opening refrain of this piece, is filled with an angelic harmony that is simply beautiful, then the piano joins us to create a soundscape so free, so light, it’s quite stunning, the narrative and melody are also so deeply memorable as well.
Jesus…Joy of Mans Desiring is our next arrangement. A familiar melody can be heard here and one that my father used to absolutely love. The selection of this composition for this album seems to fit so well with the energy and flow of the albums concept and just drifts in a blissful way around the room.
On Open Spaces, Stanton Lanier creates a wealth of imagery. We are gifted a mid-tempo track that only adds to the complete feeling of peace. The addition of the strings and other instrumentation here, add a new dimension to the piece and brings us a track that is so filled with total quality, it has to be praised in the highest way possible.
Now for a moment of Silence, this track is around eight minutes and the space and vastness of the ambience created here is stunning. Here is a track that is constructed with a touching heart and gives us all that moment to breathe through this journey with Stanton Lanier.
Discovery is a clever piece, it has a duel layered mood of sensitivity to it, the strings add depth, but the sudden bursts of power by Lanier are so perfectly timed, that it makes this piece almost cinematic in its progression and production, quite beautiful, but so very well performed.
This Very Moment, this is so beautifully played, it is absolutely ideal and once more so very respectfully played and with such style as well.
Thanksgiving is about gratitude and I now am grateful for this very moment. The tempo here, while slightly faster, has a laid back and light feel about it, and with the strings bring us all a sense of real musical appreciation.
Dreams in the Night is next, with the subtle use of minor chords, Lanier once more brings us an emotive, but an almost suspense filled composition. While there is an element of darkness about this track, there is also an underpinned sense of mystery as well.
We now come across a beautiful little arrangement that is called Alleluise Dancing. Once more listen carefully to this track it maybe more familiar than you realise, but Lanier has a real sense of movement here in this composition.
The penultimate track off the album is called First Love. This is both bright and easy on the ears, but also retains that sense of new found excitement about it deep within.
The final track Far Away is vibrant and so well produced, it has so many layers that this has to be one of the finest endings I have heard from an album this year. The percussion and keyboards give it an almost grandiose sense of completion, this is without doubt one of my personal favourites from the release.
In my opinion Treasures of Peace has once more raised the bar and I believe is the best work from the mind, heart and hands of Stanton Lanier to date. If you’re a fan of piano based music, this is a must, but if your one of those listeners who have been thinking of dipping your feet into this genre, then dive head long into Treasures of Peace by Stanton Lanier, I kid you not, you will be utterly elated, that I urged you to do so.