~~August 15, 2014~~
Today is that day of the week when all has been done. For many, it’s a day to go home. Even though today is just beginning, soon it will be that time to go home.
Enjoy the day, do your best and get ready for the journey back home.
Jon Schmidt (born 1966) is an American pianist currently residing in Bountiful, Utah. He describes his style as “new-age classical.” He was born to German immigrants who acquainted him with the works of such composers as Beethoven, Mozart, and Chopin. He began songwriting at age 11. To date, he has released eight albums and seven piano books containing transcriptions of original arrangements.
He currently works with Steven Sharp Nelson on a project called The Piano Guys, which has proven over and over to be more than quite popular.
His work is often described as New Age music with pop elements of hook and melody. His works were also featured on sample discs for the Iomega Hipzip Digital Audio Player with the pieces “Sacred Ground“, “All of Me“, and “Waterfall“. His influences include Mannheim Steamroller, Billy Joel, and Beethoven.
~~Published on Mar 25, 2012~~
From the album “A Day in the Sunset” (1994)
We ALL are ONE!!
Beautiful music… and I could easily lay my head down and go home to this music.. 😉 Not that I am bound for anywhere other than the kitchen at the moment to make dinner.. 🙂 We had a piano and old upright one when I was a child.. My mother could play, and taught my Dad of a fashion to play more Jazz style… LOL>.. Dad would often have me at the bottom end of the piano vamping away while he played his own make up melody.. I always wished I could play.. but I did strum the guitar for a time.. Thank you for the good memories… you brought to the surface as I remember my own childhood home Horty..
Wishing you a wonderful weekend..