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The Musical Massage Series features instrumental works that immerse the listener in an ambiance of relaxation, deep healing and rejuvenation. This is music that was created to be heard, felt and absorbed. A sonic massage for the mind, body and soul.


On Balance, Grammy-nominated cellist, David Darling and fellow musicians harness the healing power of song with lush instrumentation and composition. Cello, piano, glass harmonica, bells, flutes, guitar and soft percussion combine to create a naturally soothing ambiance that allows listeners to escape from their surroundings and experience total relaxation.

Maverick cellist, composer, film scorer and internationally acclaimed recording artist David Darling has recorded and performed with such diverse artists as Bobby McFerrin, Spyro Gyra, Paul Winter, Peter Kater and R. Carlos Nakai. David is also the Artistic Director of Music for People, an organization that promotes self-expression through music and improvisation.
David is without a question the best improvising cellist in the world Paul Winter

1. Dream Pearls of Kathak (17:18)
Flowing piano, peaceful flute, complex percussion and soothing strings wind and unwind like a serene path in Northern India.

2. Irish Miles (19:18)
Ethereal cello surrounded by delicate woodwind
and piano that evoke deep contemplation and relaxation.

3. Lady Child s Dream (18:09)
A flowing fusion of melody that creates an inner ambiance of stillness and tranquility.

4. Bach s Persia (16:52)
A rhythmic and peaceful journey to the East, blending tabla, percussion, piano and cello.

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