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Pure, intensely colored, melodic New Age Instrumental Music with a gentle pulse, creating a refreshing sonic landscape of our world, to calm, focus and cherish life.

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Release Date 6/1/2018

Chromatones is a purely instrumental New Age album by GRAMMY-Winner Darlene Koldenhoven, based on the music of her previous multi-award-wining vocal CD, Color Me Home. Chromatones has 54 minutes of 11 enchanting, all original compositions, brilliantly arranged for instruments only and performed on piano and synth keyboards by Darlene and her Guest Artists including GRAMMY-Winners Tom Scott, Brent Fischer, Wouter Kellerman, Ricky Kej, Charlie Bisharat; GRAMMY Nominees David Arkenstone and Rocky Dawuni, and fourteen more award-winning artists. Steve Shepherd mixed, Ricky Kej/Vanil Veigas mastered. Also a licensed sonic therapist, Darlene personally produced the music for maximum calming, focusing, restorative benefits while listening.


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What People are Saying about Chromatones

“Darlene Koldenhoven’s Chromatones is pure instrumental magic that is sure to lift your spirit as it soothes your soul. Overflowing with warmth and grace, I think we have a winner here!”

Kathy Parsons 4/13/18

“Darlene’s instrumental work is simply beyond compare . . . I can easily see Native Bloom garnering multiple awards. There is mesmerizing magic woven into the title track, Chromatones... the string washes and synth lines on this song alone make it well worth the purchase of the album...nothing too “fancy,” but it carries the weight of the ages right to your doorstep... Most highly recommended.”

Rotcod Zzaj

Contemporary Fusion Reviews 3/13/18

“The new age and world elements come together in an explosion of sound and bright colors, painting your consciousness into the music effortlessly. . . There is so much to offer on Chromatones . . . I think Darlene Koldenhoven has hit a high watermark with this recording. . . This is music for the heart, soul, and mind of any listener. I think this will be in the running for a Grammy.”

Keith “Music Man” Hannaleck

New Age Music Reviews 4/2/18

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