A new album by Deuter is always a cause for celebration because this new age music master creates something instrumentally more appealing than what we have heard in a long time in listening. The title of the album, “Immortelle”, derives from the name of a medicinal plant, but could also describe this musician in a world of virtual permanence. Having released more than 60 albums in the last 45 years, and received the prestigious Zone Music Reporter Lifetime Achievement Award for his career, Deuter now draws inspiration for his new album from nature and healing plants. Each melody in the album is named after a medicinal plant that has helped humanity for thousands of years and entered what is called popular medicine. Musically the recording is smooth and delicate, and features Deuter on cello, flutes, piano, synthesizer, violin, harp and drums.