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Marty Kier

Hey, I want to hear from you! Literally! 

Hey, I want to hear from you! Literally! 

As you know, I love, love, love working with nature sounds as part of my music. For years, I’ve been collecting my own sounds. I love knowing where the sounds came from, and including photos along with the music. 

Here’s where you can help: Send Me Your Peaceful Sounds! And I’ve made it so easy…here’s what to do:

Take your phone, and open the voice memo app. Record 30 secs to 2 mins of sounds. Send it to me, and I’ll work it into an upcoming composition. 

Favorite Music in a New Location. Become a new subscriber…

I’m in the process of moving all my original music and videos to a new YouTube channel, so that my current channel can flourish as the teaching channel it has become.

I’d love for you to follow me there, and if you are a fan of “Writing Letters Home,” you’ll find it on my new channel, and right here below.


Writing Letters home is a mooset meditation. I shot the photos when I was on vacation on the west end of the island. Later I created this music to convey the longing and beauty of being so far away from home, yet still connected through the writing of letters.

New Year. New Music. Right Here.

New Year. New Music. Right Here.

I’ve started a new relationship with nature in my music. I’ve always been in love with natural cycles of weather, water, wind, clouds.

I come by it naturally. My grandfather was a National Weather Service weather man for 41 years. He knew clouds from both sides, now.

After going on a winter retreat to Estes Park, I decided it was time to record meditation music with nature again. It has been a while.

This is new music. On a brand new YouTube channel. (So be sure to Like and Subscribe and Hit the Bell).  

Just for you.

And it’s not yet for sale.

It will be part of a larger Nature & The Harp project that is coming out this year in 2021.


15 Minutes of Winter Harp Music & River Song. Sleep Well.
This is a brand new YouTube Channel, so please Like & Subscribe. Thank you!!
This is my favorite winter spot: The river side of Estes Park, behind MacDonald’s Bookstore and Inkwell Card Shop, next to the Big Thompson River. I’ve been coming here since this river walk opened in 1992. I missed a few years, but glad to be able to get in some twinkly lights and inspiration for “Winter Harp & River Song”, the new music in the YouTube above.

Chocolate Harp

Wow, I have never seen a harp built as a pastry before. Beautiful and pretty accurate. What do you think? Would you want one for your party? Could you play it? Let me know in the comments below:


Watch the video here: https://www.facebook.com/amauryguichon.chef/videos/285512416119573/

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