Steve Kohl | A Time of Refreshing

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A Time of Refreshing

by Steve Kohl

Its time for you to relax, let healing come to your soul. Here is some instrumental piano music to help. Melodic music with a mix of minor and major themes, no drums (except a little percussion on one song). It is time for you to be refreshed.
Genre: New Age: Relaxation
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1. A Higher Place
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2. Hear Their Cry
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3. Dance of the Leaves
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4. An Afternoon in Jerusalem
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5. First Day of Spring
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6. An Echo of a Memory (feat. Cyrus Kohl)
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7. You Are
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8. Desiree
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9. Joy in the Storm
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10. Waves of Passion
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11. High Tide
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When I was about 12, my dad bought us a Wurlitzer organ that I was immediately drawn to. I took lessons for a couple of years, and then started playing (for pay!!) at a local church near Eureka, CA. Then we moved back to Sacramento and I played at a couple of churches there (still getting paid, wow). Anyway, when I moved to college in Moses Lake, WA, where I still live, there was no organ around but there was a piano. From that day forth I became a lover of the piano. I've played on church worship teams for over 30 years, as well as several rock bands, but my real passion is writing music. I find it fascinating that from 12 different tones, an unlimited amount of music can be written - kind of like snowflakes, or God, even. Over the last few years I've been influenced greatly by Yanni, as well as Brian Crain, Giovanni, and others. I write instrumental music, featuring the piano and often supported with strings, etc - plus I get out my bass guitar on some songs. I hope my music will bring healing and rest to you. My second CD (just starting work on) will feature more upbeat songs with drums on some, but will still feature the piano as the central part. I can't wait to get it finished and have about 6 songs already started on, with three near finished. More on that later.
My lovely wife and I have nine kids (yes, all ours), several of whom have followed me musically and I'm sure will surpass me at some point. We love each other, we love God, and we love music. Have a great day!


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