“Cinematic Pianist” & Composer Paul Spaeth – You Do Not Hear His Music, You Experience It
If you haven’t yet heard of Paul Spaeth, you will. I recently was introduced to Paul’s music by his Assistant Manager, Austin Reid. I am grateful to Austin for bringing Paul’s beautiful work to my attention, as I not only love to honor, acknowledge, and support other creative visionaries, but I feel his channeled music will be inspirational for my own work and be instrumental in the lives of others.
Music is so integral to the art I create and to the healing work I do. When I find music that hits just the right note inside of me, I know it instantly. And Paul’s music is one of those.
To say I love the expression of his gift of artistry would be an understatement. Having eclectic, but very tone and vibration-specific resonance with music, I am very sensitive to how music moves, affects, and is able to assist me in where I journey. Music is an individual experience that either hits you right or it doesn’t.
I love when music can tell a story without words and allows you to go into your own story of experience with it. I also have an affinity for music that has great healing effects and inspires great things in others.
Paul’s music does just that. His work, including his new album, Redemption, has been having enormous healing impact on others. He’s not the only amazing musician out there that has a way with music in this regard, but he is definitely one of the visionaries blazing the way. I really value and appreciate all of the gifted musicians out there that are courageously channeling their unique talents in meaningful ways to the collective.
Music is so valuable. Sound is powerful beyond comprehension and which is why it is important not only to have it in your life, but to choose it as wisely as you would the food you intake, as it is food to your soul and will shift you on a DNA and energetic level.
I love to share the creative arts and visionary artists with others, helping to reveal the intrinsic value they have to share. I feel it is so important to support the artists of the world . It makes a huge impact on the quality of life and the new reality we are co-creating.
Paul’s new album, Redemption, has not only helped countless others in healing, but played a huge role in helping to bring his own autoimmune disorder under control, leaving him medication free. As Paul describes, “Each track came from heartache and hardships, joy and self-discovery. It has been there like a warm blanket, comforting and healing.” And he would like to continue to bring its healing harmonies to the world.
If you’d like to learn more about Paul Spaeth (visit this link for his bio) and help support his Kickstarter campaign to help bring the release of his long-awaited second album and special project, Redemption, to the world, please visit:
As said by one listener, “The subtleties strike us honestly, driving to the core of who and what we are.”
Feeling inspired and grateful for all of the beautifully talented souls sharing this experience of life on Earth with us. Sending love and energetic support to each of you.
I’m heading to the symphony tonight to continue in the vein of inspiration, support, and honor of musical artistry. I hope each of you find time with meaningful music that feeds your soul each day, as it truly can change your life.
Posted on December 7, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged composer and pianist Paul Spaeth, music that heals, Paul Spaeth, Paul Spaeth Redemption, the healing benefits of music, the power of music, the value of creativity and the creative arts. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.