Mark Prall | Sound Paintings

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Sound Paintings

by Mark Prall

Beautiful, thoughtful, instrumental and orchestral music with piano. Great to relax with or play in the background as you work!
Genre: New Age: Relaxation
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1. Life Rolls On
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2. Winter Hues
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4:47 $0.99
3. Coming Into Spring
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6:05 $0.99
4. Dahabeeyah: Sailing the Nile On the Beautiful Princess Hanna
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8:33 $0.99
5. The Lesson
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6. Tune in A-Flat
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7. On a Distant Seashore
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8. Thanksgiving Day and Remembrance
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9. Morning Glory
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10. Anniversary Day
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11. Tuscan Melody
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12. A New Beginning
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Beth Heffernan

Ravishing piano and original compositions
Mark's music will match your best mood and lift you out of the doldrums. His "Dahabeeyah: Sailing the Nile On the beautiful Princess Hanna" makes me feel like I am in Egypt with him. Particularly lovely are cut 6 "Tune in A-flat"- a name that does not do justice to its beauty- and cut 10 "Anniversary Day", which should be played during all romantic dates and marriage proposals. Mark's music is unique-I look forward to his next album.

David Smith

Wonderful, moving music that sends the listener to heavenly places.
I have been listening to this album regularly since its release, and have loved it since the beginning. I give it a 5 star rating because with each listening I like it even more, and find something new to be discovered. All the compositions are incredible, but I do find myself listening to "Coming Into Spring" more than the other tracks. I like it so well, I have a hard time going on to the next song! I can't wait to hear more from Maestro Prall!

Sound Paintings

The music of soul
I have personally known Mark Prall for years and was his roommate when he wrote a number of pieces. So I am very much aware of his music and this artist. Music pours through this individual in a loving and uplifting way. I have know other pianist who are technically good but do not have the heart for music that Mark has . He does speak from the heart and all these pieces reflect this. For anyone wanting to experience what we truly are-soul-you can through his music. Definitely worth listening to and purchasing. May the Blessings Be.

Lynn Parrish

The Best!
This is the most beautiful CD. Every piece is a delight. It is my new background music for my many hours at the computer each day. I can hardly wait to share it with my friends. Be sure to order extras because you are going to want to have some on hand to give as gifts!

Marjorie Varner

Lush sound
While I have my favorites, each of these songs has a place in my day. I keep the CD in my car and leave it on at all times. It keeps me calm, sane and yet energized as I traverse my city on errands, a quick rush to work, or picking up friends for an evening out. I've heard Mark live and this is just like that, only backed by an orchestra. Perfectly lovely. Not sure I'll ever take it out of my CD player. And yes, I'll name my favorite: Life Rolls On.