Deuter is one of the founding fathers of new age music with his first album released in 1971. Now after more than 60 recordings, Deuter returns with IMMORTELLE, an exceptional new age album with great melodies, instrumentation and deep feelings. The tunes are named after flowers and plants because as Deuter says: “The smallest flower may have healing powers.”
This is high-quality, exceptional, well-produced and exemplary new age music that will have strong appeal with lovers of new age music. There are stringed instruments (cello and violin), woodwinds (various flutes) and keyboards (piano, synth and harpsichord). Suggestion: Track this one down right away.