Дискография Peter Westheimer:
|#||Название релиза||Информация об aльбоме||Купить альбом в iTunes||Год издания||Лейбл|
|1||Move 12||audio||iTunes||1985||Alligator Records (2)|
|2||Sooner Than Laughter 9||audio||iTunes||1986||Session Records|
|3||Transition 11||audio||iTunes||1992||One M One Records|
|4||Tranzworld Express 11||audio||iTunes||2011||Integrity Music|
Peter Westheimer presents music to inspire, travel, laugh, feel, reflect, dance, enjoy and sees music as an agent of change. He covers genres ranging from World, Electronic, Dance, Asian/Middle Eastern House, Ambient, Neoclassical and original film music soundtracks. His music has been described as 'cool and clear, warm and inviting, phenomenal, intertwining musical textures and rhythms, quirky and inventive, exciting and intriguing'. Peter Westheimer's musical journey since 1982 includes releasing 6 music albums, video clips and composing music for two feature films, many television documentaries and multimedia installations. 'Laminex Lovers'  his first record release, is still receiving acclaim as one of Australia's cutting edge synth pop records. The clip to 'Move', the title track of the 1985 album was acclaimed as a top 10 video clip that year. 'Transition'  and 'Balance' CDs were successfully released in Australia, Japan and the USA. His paintings for the 'Transition' tracks and profile appear in a publication 'Musicians As Artists' featuring 52 internationally acclaimed musicians. 'Music Sculptures', 2004 is a 50 track cinematic journey of contrasts featuring excerpts from 1982-2003 works with moods & instrumentation notes orientated towards film producer/directors. 'Tranzworld Express' 2011 features strong new international music and is a personal renaissance back into the world of music after a concentrated time in politics from 2002 to 2008. Peter Westheimer grew up in Melbourne Australia and as a 4 year old was 'excited' by 'Music for the People' orchestral concerts in the Fitzroy gardens. He went on to play violin from age 7 to 19 and in 1967 became leader of the Victorian Junior Symphony Orchestra and violinist in the Australian Youth Orchestra. Then came an 'epiphany' of moving far away from the musical and social confines of the classical music scene to lots of improvisation with other musicians as well as acting & writing with progressive theatre groups. This morphed into playing electric guitar, keyboards, synthesizer, sitar and flute, writing songs, singing and playing in bands in the late 70's and early 1980's after which began his recording career.