Streamwood, IL (PressExposure) November 07, 2011 -- When you need relaxation, downtime, an escape from your troubles, this recording rises to the occasion. Sit back on the couch, relax and enjoy some down time. Let time pass a little more slowly and listen to these great pieces of music that have passed the test of time, and are worth hearing.
Michael Droste, a composer and musician from Illinois, released an album called "Bach On Synthesizers." "Much research has been done, about the positive effects of the baroque period music on the mind and the resulting measurable increases in brain activity. Combine that result, with the interesting sounds of synthesizers, and you are able to hear the different parts of Bach's music easier!" said Droste. He stated, "You can hear the counterpoint and echoes easier as it is done by a different sound." This truly beautiful music can change your mood and the mood of others. True art, truly beautiful music, can change the world.
"Call your pet over to the couch, lie back, close your eyes or take out your favorite book, and relax as you listen to one of the greatest composers of all time." said Droste A wide variety of music, including some by Bach, was sent into the far reaches of outer space on the two Voyager spacecrafts in the 1970s. When eminent biologist and author Lewis Thomas was asked what music he would want sent from Earth into outer space he answered, "I would send the complete works of Johann Sebastian Bach." After a pause he added, "But that would be boasting."
About Windy Town: Windy Town is a privately owned music company founded in 1992. Located in Bartlett IL., a suburb of Chicago, they release five to ten unique musical recordings a year.