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Jon Schmidt is a New Age and Jazz pianist with Classical training, making his compositions difficult to categorize into one ... or even two ... genres of music.
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Peak position #10
Starting as a small river, the joyful sound and melody of each note mingle together in harmony and steadily build in volume until the river becomes a majestic cascading waterfall. (sheet music available at jonschmidt.com)
Peak position #14
Goofing around with the famous Pachelbel Canon and a U2 beat, a crowd pleaser of song was derived. (Note: Due to copyright issues only a portion of this song (Pachelbel Canon) is in this MP3. To purchase entire song visit jonschmidt.com).
Peak position #2
It's called "All of Me" because I put my all into it when I play it and because the big repeated chord at the climax is achieved by using my entire right forearm on the black keys.
Peak position #96
This song tries to portray the amazing combination of amazement and total peace that you get as you float through the towering red walls of Escalante arm of Lake Powell.
Peak position #74
Another under appreciated Christmas gem. Special thanks to my good friend Ryan Shupe for making this song come alive with his amazing talent.
Peak position #99
This song reminds me of the gentle drama of watching the sunrise and of new beginnings.
Peak position #37
This songs relfects as if I was experiencing Christmas morning through the eyes of my kids: the Christmas lights, a train running on a track around the tree, a new doll house, and a remote control car!
Peak in sub-genre #33
This adrenaline filled song is dedicated to all rock climbers and anyone else who has conquered a monumental task.
Peak in sub-genre #25
Yet another stunningly beautiful unknown Christmas carol. I sent the orchestration to a Uilleann piper in Ireland who tracked this gorgeous, authentic pipe’s melody.
Peak position #89
The song is a wedding vow renewal put to music.
Peak in sub-genre #27
With this song you have to imagine that perfect ‘first run’ of the season; whether skiing, snowboarding, water-skiing, rowing, or whatever your sport of choice might be.
Peak in sub-genre #47
The initial theme of this song woke me up one winter night. To me the mood of the song can refer not only to a season of a year but to certain seasons of life as well.
Sometimes when I see my little girl twirling in the leaves or playing dress-ups in the mirror, I imagine a time in the future watching her shine in a piano or dance performance.
I picture a hero sailing home to his love in a ship in the 18th century.
Peak in sub-genre #31
When I asked people what images this song brought to mind, a recurring theme was fond family or childhood images of some kind or another. Purchase this song as a download single mp3 at jonschmidt.com.