Music Mosaic, an Australian-based label is offering "the pulse of global harmony" through a colorful array of compilations in World Fusion & New Age Music from renowned and emerging musicians around the globe. Music Mosaic encourages all cultures and nations to live together respectfully on our planet Earth. The music features multicultural musical expressions from diverse countries, yet the sounds flow together in harmony...like a beautiful mosaic! Each compilation features exceptional tracks from international and local artists based around a specific theme and style of music.
Be touched by the soothing sounds of flute, clarinet, harp, piano and guitar...relax into a gentle place of flowing harmony and allow the healing to occur... Beautiful reflective music for massage, Reiki, energy work, balancing and meditation. Stress evaporates into atmospheric oceans, gardens alive with dolphin and whale-song. Crystal-soft melodies float us beyond all discomfort to the place we are healed...
Bill Binkelman, Wind & Wire, April 2002
As an introduction to the "softer" side of new age music, and one that focuses on lesser know artists, the album is wonderful. Even I (after hearing hundreds of new age music albums) was impressed with the music on Healing Sounds. The overall quality exhibited here bodes well for how seriously the folks at Music Mosaic take their credo.
Donna Welsh, Wellbeing (Australia), February 2002
Touches your soul with the soothing notes of flute, clarinet, harp, piano, guitar, allowing you relax into a gentle place. Beautiful reflective music for massage, reiki, energy work, balancing and meditation.
Marius-Christian Burcea, FUN Radio Romania, December 2001
Healing Sounds is an outstandig collection of calm and enthralling music to beckon a mood of tranquillity and reflective contemplation.A mix of dreamy orchestrated melodies that celebrates our potential for the feelings of joy and serenity.
Ben Ohmart, Muse's Muse, December 2001
Floats through your mind like ducks in a stream far removed from apartments, polluting cars and the general headaches.
Jim Esch, All Music Guide, February 2002
Any errors in sequencing a compilation like this would completely defeat the purpose, and happily there are no miscues.