Kudos and comments from listeners and readers of our blog devoted to creators of beautiful orchestral music from BROADWAY, HOLLYWOOD, America's great collection of STANDARDS and HIT instrumentals from around the world.
I want to thank you for your past correspondence in my effort to listen to your BEAUTIFULINSTRUMENTALS.COM Internet station.
The technical staff at Grace Radio were able to load you station on my Grace Mondo+Chromecast radio. I enjoy your easy listening music and no ads. Is that deep male voice I hear on occasion yours?
Again thank you for your help and understanding.
I found your station on TuneIn.com with a search for 'beautiful music'.
Truth in advertising. I listen by the hour now while relaxing.
Altho it's a cliche to say it reminds me of my parents, that's a compliment.
Listened to this late last night as I was out all day. Just fascinating! Once again you show your talent for unearthing some very unusual selections from one of my favourite composers. And the comparison between “Heather” and "Autumn Reverie" was brilliant. I know the Richard Carpenter piece very well and have played it many times over the years on the album but I had no idea Johnny Pearson wrote the original - which I had not heard before!! Same great melody but two quite different but equally lovely arrangements. I particularly love the use of harp and cor anglais in the Carpenter orchestration. I have always believed Richard Carpenter to be an excellent composer although of course, I now know he didn’t compose this one!
Thank you so much for this! How delightful to listen to this today. It is wonderful to see such a talented British composer and arranger of light (and some more serious) orchestral music respected for such an illustrious career in both the Library/Production Music field and latterly in Hollywood. Some career - and so sad that we will never hear any further creations from this musical genius! ---JH, Canada
I’m listening in the UK and greatly enjoying the relaxing melodies and appreciating the 256k high quality bitrate.
I am a big fan of the guitarist Chet Atkins and it would be nice to hear some of his recordings made with orchestral accompaniment which would sit nicely within your remit. I suggest tracks from any of the following albums.
From Nashville With Love
The Most Popular Guitar
In Hollywood (stereo version)
Picks The Best
There are many other album’s of Chet’s which you might like to explore. He was such an innovative and tasteful musician and very successful worldwide.