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  • Audio CD (April 8, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: New Earth Records
  • ASIN: B00008KH3I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #226,257 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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"As I've been writing the music for this record over the course of the last year [2003], I've been conducting a music program at City of Hope, an internationally-renowned cancer research and treatment center near my home in Los Angeles, California. Between tour dates, I drive my van full of harps there. We have workshops and concerts for patients and staff, and I play my harp in the various rooms, halls, and treatment areas. In the spirit of that inspiration, I dedicate this record to City of Hope, and all the good people who are part of it. --Lisa Lynne

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There is joy in the music.
jeanthbean
I own every one of Lynne' albums and I must say, this one is my favorite.
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Great CD...I use it for the yoga and tai chi classes that I teach.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Catherine Gallanti on June 6, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Another exquisite musical work from New Earth Records, Lisa Lynne's Hope and Dreams is a soothing and beautiful composition. It guides us from the very first notes into a realm of harps and subtle melody, turning our attention away from the business of life towards soft nuances of being. At times it is uplifting and ethereal, reminiscent of the gentle light of the sun at dawn, illuminating a delicate landscape. At others, melancholic, tugging at the tender parts of our heart that still holding sadness, it coaxes out soft tears from the hidden folds of our being, so we can heal. New age music of true quality, perfect for those quiet and reflective moments or for gazing tenderly into a loved one's eyes
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mary Jane Moss on October 20, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This was my 2nd CD purchase of Lisa Lynne. I previously purchased Moonsongs and couldn't wait to get this one. This one did not disappoint. Just as beautiful as the other one. Relaxing, but not boring. Great music to have dinner by, riding in the car, a romantic evening or even quieting a baby. This is sure to become one of your favorites.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Brianna Neal on October 1, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Softly bewildered broken chords break the silence, echoing the way patients must often feel during the odyssey of serious or chronic illness... Then they modulate into a dreamy, hopeful tune in a major key, with a steady, comforting pulse of lower instruments below, nudging the listener on to accept a new routine of life that may lead to recovery or at least peace. "Hopes and Dreams" is another album of lush and gentle beauty by New Age harpist Lisa Lynne and her ensemble of talented instrumentalists. Here, she is joined in her original compositions by George Tortorelli on bamboo flutes, whistles and recorders, Nick Brown on guitars and bouzouki, Stephanie Fife on cello, Jem Moore on hammered dulcimer, co-producer Gil Morales on bass and keyboards, and John Wakefield on bells, chimes and hand percussion. The rich, nuanced, laid back sound they produce is truly calming and uplifting--the perfect, nurturing atmosphere in which to step out of the world of daily cares and seek healing or resolution. In the liner notes for this album, Lynne writes: "On my days home between tour dates, I drive my van full of harps [to City of Hope, a Los Angeles cancer treatment center]. We have workshops and concerts for patients and staff, and I play my harp in the various rooms, halls and treatment areas. I am humbled beyond words at the courageous and brilliant people that I have encountered at this place of hope and healing. They are the inspiration for this record, as most of this music has been written during my time there." Music born of love and offered in that spirit--who could ask for more? For other helpful, healing music, try Lynne's other recordings, and also those of harpists Hilary Stagg and Kim Robertson, and flutist Kay Gardner (especially her musical healing journey, "The Rainbow Path").
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Marc Ruby™ HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on October 8, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Composed at the City of Hope Cancer Center near Los Angeles, this music was developed during Lisa Lynne's frequent visits to the wards, chemotherapy rooms, and intensive care unit. Personally, I find it amazing that a busy musician would take the time to play to patients, helping to create a few moments of peaceful reflection in what is otherwise a traumatic process.

Lynne uses the Celtic harp, in consort with cello, dulcimer, acoustic guitar, various flutes, bells, and chimes. Most of the woodwind duties are carried by Lynne's partner George Tortorelli, who really does a lot of the album work, and should get equal billing. Nobody turns in virtuoso performances, but that's not what the album is about. Instead, the effect is meant to be melodic and soothing, and that's what it is.

The impact of the composition is what is important to the players, not the composition itself. Something that often gets put down as 'mood music.' But in this context I'm will to cut Lynne some slack. I do find listening relaxing and comfortable, and I don't have to mind that it isn't as complex as many of the composer/player efforts to which I am drawn. I don't mind relaxing every once in a while.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By jeanthbean on June 29, 2012
Format: Audio CD
It isn't easy, receiving a terminal diagnosis. When it's your child who has to go before you, one cannot begin to understand the emotions involved. To be practical, to be as positive and supportive of the process as possible becomes the sad, serious work of parenting in this situation. If music can help, and it can, this is a CD to have. My 9 year old daughter wanted to hear these sounds versus any other music that might have been offered. She was quieted and comforted as we spent days together in bed, being together through this transformation. I was happy to have found something we could listen to that filled the space appropriately and gave a dimension of beauty and dignity to what we were going through.

The harp is an instrument that allows the internal, non-linear spiraling of energy to run it's course smoothly - wherever it needs to go. Externally, I believe it calls in the angels to help in the mysterious ways that they do.

Now I use this music in my massage practice. My daughter is with me in spirit as I go about the work of allowing others to feel relaxed, comforted and healed. There is joy in the music. A soft celebration of life in all its manifestations. Graceful, tentative and yet reassuring.
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