Relaxing Piano - Ghibli / Hayao Miyazaki Collection - Relaxing Piano

Relaxing Piano - Ghibli / Hayao Miyazaki Collection

Relaxing Piano

  • Genre: Anime
  • Release Date: 2004-04-26
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 2004 Della Inc.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Always With Me / Spirited Away Relaxing Piano 4:50
2
A Town With An Ocean View/ Kik Relaxing Piano 4:42
3
Princess Mononoke Relaxing Piano 1:40
4
The Path of Wind/ My Neighbor Relaxing Piano 5:26
5
Once in a While, Talk of the O Relaxing Piano 5:45
6
If I've Been Enveloped By Tend Relaxing Piano 5:22
7
My Neighbor Totoro Relaxing Piano 4:20
8
Nausicaä of the Valley of the Relaxing Piano 4:50
9
Carrying You/ Castle in the Sk Relaxing Piano 5:27
10
The Name of Life/ Spirited Awa Relaxing Piano 5:50

Reviews

  • It's super good

    5
    By Owchless
    These songs are amazing it brings u back to childhood (if have emotion)
  • very great!

    5
    By Greenlake56
    Whoever played these peices did very well and thank you for pubishing these songs! I have been looking around and your songs sound so nice! I first bought bought Kimi wo nesete (carrying you) from Laputa Castle in the sky and then I bought Umi no mieru machi from Kiki's delivery service. Thank you!
  • Great

    5
    By Axvion
    I can only say that the songs are excellent. The gentle music makes people relaxed.
  • Beautiful!

    5
    By NicolH
    (That's all I have to say.)
  • Bad sound

    2
    By DreamyLikeMadie
    Love the album but sound quality is bad. You can hear the noise vibrations. I will buy this album if they improve the sound quality.
  • One of the better non-original Miyazaki albums

    5
    By Stormy199x
    I generally despise the fake anime albums that run rampant on iTunes, and I get tired of all of the Music Box collections of Miyazaki and Joe Hisaishi. But I have to say, this album is amazing~! Not only is it a little different from the other Miyazaki albums, but they actually are very nice versions of the songs! The songs are simple, and have some slightly different takes on the songs in parts that flow nicely with the original melodies. Some of my favorites from this album are "Itsumo Nandodemo", "Umi-no Mieru Machi", and " Inochi-no Namae". This album is all that it says it is...Miyazaki/Hisaishi classics on piano with a relaxing tone throughout~