Laura Sullivan composes soft music of the Contemporary Classical and New Age genres, with piano and other acoustic instrumentation, including ethereal vocals. Her influences include the Easy Listening music styles of Enya and Yanni and the piano music of Liz Story, George Winston and David Lanz.
This music video is truly stunning and one of the best to be featured here on Arolemodel.com as late.
The music itself is profoundly beautiful. So slow and soothing, you are sure to be very relaxed after listening to this. It’s hard not to just close your eyes and drift off, the music carrying you above the world.
You might find yourself wanting to close your eyes and possibly even meditate on this music, but then you would miss its wonderful visual accompaniment. The images of beautiful swans, water and trees, all brought to life with some excellent use of lighting, make the perfect partner to the video to create a stunning piece of work.
Words are not going to do this performance of Beethoven Symphony No. by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra or the copellia of The Bolshoi Ballet justice. This is simply beautiful. Beautiful music and beautiful movement. It’s works like this that make ballet one of the primary components of the positive psychology of Appreciation of Beauty and Excellence in arts and entertainment. truly stunning.
Beethoven Symphony No. 9 – Movement 2 – Zubin Mehta: New York Philharmonic
My Last Stand was composed by Lewis Ashley over the 7th and 8th of March 2012. It is an inspiring piece of music about hope and determination, of which Lewis Ashley writes, “I imagined someone who was fighting an epic boss battle, getting beaten down, and having to pluck up all his strength and courage to continue fighting, This music is representing the hero’s courage!”My Last Stand was composed by Lewis Ashley over the 7th and 8th of March 2012. It is an inspiring piece of music about hope and determination, of which Lewis Ashley writes, “I imagined someone who was fighting an epic boss battle,
The music definitely captures this message expressed by LewiesAshley, providing a surge of strength to listeners, motivating and pushing them forward. An excellent composition.
This uplifting tune was released on youtube today by Sofa Sufi. Lyrically it’s a fairly traditional affirmation, the lyrics being “You could be anything you wanted, so believe in you.” It starts off as a great little pop-dance tune. the instrumental at 3:00 feels unnecessary and forced, but other than that this is a great little tune with a valuable though commonplace affirmation. An enjoyable uplifting song.
Check out this great spiritual song from Spiritual Flutes. The visual side of this video is a little less than inspiring but the music itself is a great piece to sit back, close your eyes to and meditate (if you meditate) or simply relax. The iconic spiritual sound of the flutes and the falls serves to draw you into a deeper state of bliss which is very relaxing. For more spiritual songs and other spiritual videos, check out Jendhamuni on youtube