Deuter’s first collection of new compositions in a while was worth the wait (as if there was ever a doubt). Unlike some of his recent work, he hews closer to a classic New Age motif, whereas with some previous albums he emphasized world music elements. Here, he plays flute, piano, keyboards, cello, guitar, and voice (although I think some chorals here are sampled, such as those on “Moon and Earth”). Only one of the eight tracks is under six minutes, meaning this would be a great massage recording, despite the variety between songs’ instruments and motifs. An overall relaxed vibe permeates the 61-minute run time.