Tom Howard (musician)

Tom Howard (musician)

Tom Howard is an American pianist, musical arranger and orchestral conductor.

In 1983, Howard helped the rock band Daniel Amos form the Alarma! Records label.



* "View from the Bridge", 1977, Solid Rock Records
* "Danger in Loving You", 1981, NewPax Records
* "One by One", Tom Howard & Billy Batstone, 1985, A&S Records/Maranatha! Music
* "The Harvest", (Colours Series), 1985 Maranatha! Music (reissued in 2001 on Maranatha!'s "Sanctuary" series under the title "Reflection")Commentary: This solo album is one of the most delightful solo piano albums I have ever heard, and it has provided a great deal of enjoyment and inspiration to me over the years. To my knowledge, it is no longer in distribution, but it should be. I have yet to meet anyone else who knows Tom Howard's music, but they should.
* "The Hidden Passage", Tom Howard Ensemble, 1986, Maranatha! Music (reissued on Maranatha!'s "Sanctuary" series under the title "Shelter")
* "Solo Piano", 1987, Horizon/Maranatha! Music (reissued in 2000 on Maranatha!'s "Sanctuary" series under the title "Serenity")
* "Bamboo in Winter", 1991, Myrrh Records
* "Beyond the Barriers", 1992, Word Records/Epic Records

For Thomas Kinkade

* "Reflections of Light", 1998, Media Arts Group
* "This Quiet Place", 1999, Media Arts Group

Under pseudonyms

as "Dorian"
* "Passage to Adventure", 1999, Unison Music
* "Passage to tranquility", 1999, Unison Music
* "Passage to Mystery", 1999, Unison Music
* "Passage to Peace", 1999, Unison Music
* "Passage to Joy", 1999, Unison Music
* "Passage to Romance", 1999, Unison Music

elected Contributions

*"Strangers in a Strange Land", Salvation Air Force, 1977, Piano.
*"Lead Me Home", Dave Mattson, 1978, Keyboards.
*"Sunday Drivers", The Eli Band, 1979, Keyboards.
*"Appalachian Melody", Mark Heard, 1979, Keyboards and Orchestration.
*"Fingerprint", Mark Heard, 1980, Piano and Synthesizer.
*"Roll Away the Stone", Larry Norman, 1980, Piano.
*"Stop the Dominoes", Mark Heard, 1981, Keyboards.
*"Victims of the Age", Mark Heard, 1982, Keyboards.
*"Bye Bye Baby/Look My Way", The Crosstones, 1982, String Arrangements.
*"Eye of the Storm", Mark Heard, 1983, Keyboards.
*"Doppelganger", Daniel Amos, 1983, Keyboards.
*"Ashes and Light", Mark Heard, 1984, Synthesizer.
*"Mosaics", Mark Heard, 1985, Synthesizer.
*"The Wild Frontier", Randy Stonehill, 1986, Synthesizer, Arranger.
*"Knowledge & Innocence", Terry Scott Taylor, 1986, Background vocals.
*"A Briefing for the Ascent", Terry Scott Taylor, 1987, Background Vocals.
*"Until We Have Wings", Randy Stonehill, 1990, Orchestrations and Keyboards.
*"At the Foot of the Cross, Volume 2: Seven Last Words of Christ", Various Artists, 1992, Orchestrations and more.
*"Chase The Buffalo", Pierce Pettis, 1993, Piano.
*"Way Back Home", Phil Keaggy, 1994, String Arrangements, Woodwind Arrangement.
*"My Faith Will Stay", Cheri Keaggy, 1995, Conductor, Orchestral Arrangements
*"Gift", Jim Brickman, 1997, String Arrangements.
* "Sixpence None the Richer", Sixpence None the Richer, 1997, Piano.
*"Rock Music w/Singing", Duraluxe, 1997, Piano, Strings.
*"Thirst", Randy Stonehill, 1998, Piano.
*"Christmastime", Michael W. Smith, 1998, Orchestration, Orchestral Arrangements, Choir Arrangement.
*"The Jesus Record", Rich Mullins & a Ragamuffin Band, 1998, Percussion, Piano, Arranger, Conductor, String Arrangements, Wurlitzer, Orchestra Assembly.
*"Phil Keaggy", Phil Keaggy, 1998, Piano, Conductor, Horn Arrangements, Orchestral Arrangements, String Quartet.
*"Touched by an Angel: The Album", Television Soundtrack, 1998, String Arrangements.
*"Majesty and Wonder", Phil Keaggy & London Festival Orchestra, 1999, Orchestral Arrangements.
*"Devotion", Aaron Neville, 2000, Conductor, String Arrangements.
*"Prayers Of A Ragamuffin", A Ragamuffin Band, 2000, Piano, Conductor, Orchestration.
*"Strings Attached: Live with the Youngstown Symphony", Glass Harp, 2001, Arranger.
*"Those Were the Days", Dolly Parton, 2005, Strings, String Arrangements, Choir Arrangement.
*"Dream Again", Phil Keaggy, 2006, Keyboard.

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