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43 Angels

by Tania Rose

A cross between Enya and Tony O'Connor, peppered with Renaissance flavors, with smidgen of Bach.
Genre: Easy Listening: Background Music
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1. Earth Angel
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2. Spirits Rising
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3. Journey Flight
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4. Corridor of Angels
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5. Angel Mine
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6. Calling
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7. Inspirare
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bill Binkelman from Wind & Wire writes:

"Tania Rose blends piano and synthesizers to create an enjoyable and emotionally rich recording on 43 Angels. There's no denying that most of what you'll find here is in the classic "angelic" vein of new age music, full of lush strings and slow-paced romantic piano. However, Rose demonstrates two less commonplace talents throughout the CD. One is her skill at layering her electronic keyboards in with the piano to solid effect (sometimes pouring it on when desired and other times finessing the application of the instruments). Her other area of expertise is her specific choice of keyboard sounds, both the nature of the sounds and the high quality of, for example, her strings.""

Another surprise for me was how some of her compositions varied from the traditional angel-music formula, notably "Corridor of Angels" which could almost be a Tim Story piece. Minimal piano, understated twinkling synths, and lower register strings (cello and bass) offer up nine-plus minutes of a repeated musical phrase that goes through subtle evolutions as it unwinds. Most of the song takes place in minor keys, with only some major key chorales now and then to alter the mood from somber to subtle majesty. "Journey Flight" is another winner, opening with real acoustic guitar, synth strings, and high-pitched bell tones. There is sense of soaring and flight to the strings, juxtaposed with harpsichord-ish keyboards that paint the song in Renaissance flavors.

Rose's piano playing is the centerpoint of the album... playing mostly in a soft manner and not straying into pointless pyrotechnics. At the heart of this album is a soft gentility...the artist's aim... to impart of sense of beauty and serenity while also introducing elements of awe and wonderment. There are no rhythms present, except those inherent in the main melody lines, so don't be expecting any beats whatsoever. Instead, 43 Angels offers you patient soothing soundscapes, such as "Earth Angel" with its neo-classical piano, French horn, lush strings, and "Inspirare" the ten-plus minute closing track, filled with piano, lower register strings, and multi-tracked soprano chorales (Rose herself).

43 Angels is obviously new age music through and through, but this is not your garden-variety angelic recording, either. While the selections have an easily-recognized continuity tying them together, there is enough variety here to hold your interest (if that is a concern for you). Most people will probably enjoy this recording more as background accompaniment where its softness and warm melodies will color the environment in soothing sonic shades meant to relax and guide you to a place of rest and relaxation. In that regard, Tania Rose has succeeded admirably in making music that speaks of love and peace, something that we can all use a lot more of, in my opinion."


Australian writer, Tania Rose, is mostly known for her beautiful and harmonious soundtrack-style music. Used by healing practitioners around the world, Tania's work is also sourced by film-makers for it's depth of emotion.

Tania Rose's music can be eclectic and experimentative, as much as it can be traditionally classic. As the sole producer of many of her recordings, Tania never limits her work to a particular style of expression. "Every piece or song takes on a life of it's own". This sometimes sees works taking years to complete, as the appropriate collaborators are found to take the music to the next level. "I love working with other creative minds. There's something mystical which takes place when you connect on such an intimate level with another human being. It's a very personal thing."

Whether song or soundtrack, Tania writes from the heart, and to the heart. Even in the music to the multi-award-winning film CORAL SEA DREAMING (an underwater odyssey with no speech...just a 55 minute soundtrack) one can feel the emotional connection to the imagery. Her work has been described as "a balm to my soul", "pulls you into this other world", "transported to heaven", "there is peace somewhere!".

"Australia's answer to Enya"
"Phillip Glass on Valium!"
"Vangelis on still water..."


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Marilyn Allegretti

Beautiful!
I don't know where I am for sure when I listen to this CD, but somewhere near the Rainbow Bridge...In case you don't understand, it's a wonderful, peaceful feeling!

Kim Loftis

So beautiful it brings tears to my eyes
This is an utterly outstanding CD, filled with such beauty that it brings tears to my eyes sometimes! The only way I know how to describe it is that it's like chocolate for the ears!!! Sumptuous music... must be heard to be believed! If you ever wanted to contact your angels in meditation, *this* is the disc to use! I'm opening my healing practice, and plan to recommend this to my clients! Bravo, Tania! I need more stars!

jean m

so pure and transporting, do yourself a favour...beautiful music
This music transports me away from the troubles of my day. I use it when i have a bath, candles a-glowin, and if i can't sleep i just crank up the cd player and mellow-out with some hot chocolate. My flat-mate likes to play it during dinner-parties, but i like to think of it as my special moments recording. It rarely goes in it's cd case!

Philip

Perfect for my massage business...my clients are falling asleep!
A client brought me in a copy of this cd, and told me if I didn't play it whilst I treated her, she'd have to find someone who would. Now it's my favourite recording. As long as I can wake my clients up after their treatment! Ha, Ha LOL

MP3.com.au

...another gorgeous work from Tania Rose
Tania Rose has released yet another gorgeous work in 43 ANGELS. It is little wonder that film-makers seek out her music for thier soundtracks. With emotional and yet soothing works such as these, who could blame them.
This is an Album which Tania dedicates "to all those who have loved, and to all those who have had to say goodbye". It is spiritual and uplifting, gentle and harmonious. With gentle and pulsing piano, soaring french horn, voices of angels (truly!), cascading classical guitars and strings, one can't help feeling inspired as one takes this journey into another world "beyond the now".

Perfect for yoga, massage, or your home soundtrack. Gentle, soothing, sentimental and relaxing, this album has been likened to the work of Enya, Vangelis, and Tony O'Conner. No words, just pure inspiration.

Angela

43 Angels to carry you away
This wonderful album is an uplifting and haunting journey into that wonderful place between sleep and awake. It truly sounds like a mistical soundtrack of love and light. I felt transported by a flock of angels [as the title implies], and found myself drifting between layers of conscious and unconscious thought. A perfect escape from life.