Thad Fiscella | The Road Home

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The Road Home

by Thad Fiscella

Music that fits your life, peaceful yet moving; the perfect blend of relaxing and inspirational music!
Genre: Easy Listening: Mood Music
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1. Surrey Hills
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2. Together Again
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3. Orchard Skies
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4. Beauty of Grace
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5. Annie's Song
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6. Evening Song
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7. Sharing the Silence
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8. The Road Home
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9. Yesteryear
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10. First Dance
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11. Bittersweet September
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12. Stillness
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13. The Rose
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14. At the Cross
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Thad Fiscella
Piano Style: Contemporary/Neoclassical. Thad’s music is often compared to the music of Jim Brickman, George Winston, or David Lanz.

Originally from Ottumwa Iowa, Thad currently lives in Missouri, and is married with three beautiful children. He has a Bachelors Degree in Psychology and a Degree in Music. Thad has been writing and composing music from an early age, which is his focus and passion. He grew up listening and studying classical music, which typically resounds some way in his music. Thad studied piano, violin, guitar, and percussion throughout his school years, and is currently focused on the piano and digital instruments. He is also a dedicated youth pastor and worship leader, whose passion is to serve the Lord. Thad currently has five CDs released which includes Grand Design, Vast, Love Without Words, Impromptus, Vol. 1, and his newest CD The Road Home. Thad's music is inspired by his life, family, and relationship with the Lord, and is intended for background music, or for times of meditation or relaxation. His music has been played all over the world in daycares, spas, retail stores, and business offices, during art shows, dinner parties, banquets, and weddings.

Thad’s music has been reviewed by Mainly Piano Publications and described as “music that blends a wealth of experience with deep emotion, creating a distinctive sound that is accessible to all yet complex enough for a more discerning ear, “very calming and uplifting”, “deeply emotional musical soliloquy where only heartfelt truths are spoken – stunning”! Vast was rated one of the best CDs for relaxation of 2009. In 2006 Thad joined Whisperings Solo Piano Radio which has been rated the #1 radio station on the internet for solo piano, and also includes legendary piano artists, David Lanz, Robin Spielberg, Suzanne Ciani, David Nevue, Wayne Gratz, and Michael Dulin, and has since joined Sky.fm radio, Pandora radio, SoloPiano.com Radio, Enlightened Piano Radio and GotRadio. In 2009, Thad won Best Music for Animation at the Swan Lake Moving Images and Music Awards for his song Gentle Whisper, off the album Vast, and was nominated again in 2010 for his song Forever (The Proposal). In 2011 Thad joined Hobby Lobby’s Audio Ambience Series, making his music readily available for purchase in over 40 states and 500 stores nation wide!


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Kathy Parsons

From MainlyPiano
"The Road Home" is pianist/composer Thad Fiscella’s fifth CD to date, and this time he has added strings to a few of the fourteen original pieces. A youth pastor and the father of three children, Fiscella’s music is designed for meditation, relaxation, and to soothe the soul. His graceful melodies come from a place deep within, expressing passion, love, and life experiences that are both personal and universal. The gentle themes make lovely background music, but are complex enough for more careful listening to savor the nuances as well as the beauty of each piece. Fiscella is a classically-trained pianist, and his music reflects that influence as well as that of the church music he is very involved in, blending to create a contemporary piano style that crosses into several genres.

"The Road Home" begins with “Surrey Hills,” a piece that evokes images of tall grasses moving to the rhythms of a gentle breeze - very peaceful and warm. “Together Again” is a tender love song that goes right to the heart. Very slow and simple, there is a tremendous amount of passion in the depths of this piece - a favorite. “Orchard Skies” is another favorite and makes me think of lying on the ground and looking up at the sky through a canopy of leaves, watching the light dance as the leaves move. “Beauty of Grace” is the first of the songs for piano and strings (including cello which gives the strings a full, rich sound), and would be lovely in a film soundtrack. “Annie’s Song” is a very sweet, uncomplicated piece that overflows with love. “Evening Song” is possibly my favorite track (I can’t decide - a good thing!). A simple melody is played over a lively and flowing accompaniment in the first theme, becoming very serene and quiet in the second, returning to the first theme in the third section, and then fading into peaceful dreams at the end - a great piece! “Yesteryear” is a nostalgic look back on fond, bittersweet memories - graceful and poignant. “First Dance” has been nominated for the Hollywood Music and Media Awards. An ensemble piece for piano and strings, it conveys the deep feelings of new love - another great movie piece! “At The Cross” closes the album with a simple, heartfelt hymn that expresses deep reverence, devotion, and peace.

"The Road Home" is a beauty that shows Thad Fiscella maturing into a very exceptional artist. Recommended!