András Schiff – Bach: French Suites




Pure Clean Positive Energy Vibration – Meditation Music, Healing Music, Relax Mind Body & Soul – 1-14-18

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Published on Jun 21, 2017
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NANCY B DETWILER – Music as a means of Comfort, Encouragement, and Guidance in these Troubled Times – 11-13-17

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We have now embarked on a time of fulfilling Jesus’ prophecy in Luke 8:17 – “For all that is secret will eventually be brought into the open, and everything that is concealed will be brought to light and made known to all.”  (New Living Translation)

There are and will be a variety of responses; it will be a time of trauma and disbelief for many, especially as we learn of the horrors which the children have been forced to endure.

Each of us chose to incarnate at this time to assist in our own way in bringing forth the New Golden Age of Aquarius–an Age characterized by familial love for all people, world peace, and prosperity for all.  When humans first arrived on planet Earth, we came because we wanted to evolve spiritually within an environment of duality–good and evil.  The goal was to learn to transform evil into good.

For example, we are presently learning about the rampant Pedophilia that has characterized our societies.  The question we confront is:  How can we transform this situation in order to positively deal with this problem?


This song by Dr. Kay Johnson-Gentile seems to me to be a helpful one for children and adults:  “I Am the Artist.”

Please continue to hear this music.


Carlos Nakai – Earth Spirit – 11-13-17

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Published on Jan 23, 2015

This collection of solo flute pieces from Navajo-Ute musician R. Carlos Nakai is an evocative delight. The album consists of mostly original material, from the composition “Canyon Reverie,” to the improvisational “In Media Res,” to “Athabascan Song,” an arrangement of a traditional song. The latter in particular stands out, with a faster rhythm and more lilting melody than most of the other pieces.
There’s also “Ancient Dreams,” performed on a bone whistle; the instrument almost exceeds the upper range of human hearing, and Nakai occasionally sounds like he’s imitating birdcalls. A classically trained musician, Nakai blends musical traditions to create a whole that reminds one, on occasion, of Japanese shakuhachi music.
This album best captures the timeless serenity of the solo Native American flute. R. Carlos Nakai’s music speaks to the spirit with a simplicity that transcends place and time. Includes original compositions, traditional Athabascan and Omaha melodies.
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1. Shaman’s Cal l 2. Canyon Reverie 3. In Media Res 4. Gateway 5. Athabascan Song 6. Coyote Animus 7. Song Of The Evening Star 8. Ancient Dreams 9. Catfish Muse 10. Star Chant 11. Aura Aurealis 12. Crystal Canyon 13. Omaha Song 14. Nemi 15.
Earth Spirit Ray Carlos Nakai (a.k.a. R Carlos Nakai ) was born in Flagstaff Arizona on April 16, 1946 and now resides in Tucson, Arizona. He is a Native American of Navajo-Ute heritage who began his musical career as a freshman at Northern Arizona University studying brass instruments and playing in the NAU marching band. In his sophomore year he enlisted in the US Navy with the hope of eventually playing in the Armed Forces Band. He passed the highly competitive auditions for the Armed Forces School of Music and was 28th on the waiting list for admission. Playing with the Armed Forces Band became impossible, however, because an auto accident damaged his mouth making it impossible to produce the correct embouchure to continue playing brass instruments. Shortly after this accident, he was presented with a gift of a traditional Native American cedar flute and challenged to master it. Nakai says that most of his inspiration comes from the expressions of native communities and his desire to preserve his own Native American heritage. In addition, he likes to blend his native music with that of other cultures thereby helping to preserve their heritage as well. To that end, he has collaborated with a Japanese folk ensemble, the Philadelphia Orchestra’s Israeli cellist Udi Bar-David, and many others. He has worked with American composer Philip Glass Tibetan flutist Nawang Khechog and flutist Paul Horn. A 2005 collaboration with slack key guitar master Keola Beamer fused two very different indigenous American cultural forms and resulted in the album “our Beloved Land.” He has expressed his philosophy and views of Native American culture in the modern world in an interview with Native Digest. The Library of Congress has more than 30 of his recordings preserved in the American Folklife Center. His “Earth Spirit” and “Canyon Trilogy” albums are the only Native American albums to be certified Gold by the RIAA. Nakai developed a system of tablature notation ( commonly known as Nakai Tablature ) that could be used across a wide variety of flute keys and tunings. He published this in The Art of the Native American Flute (1996) with James Demars, Ken Light and David P. McAllester. This provided resources and support for other musicians playing the Native American flute. In 2005 he was inducted into the Arizona Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame. He was awarded the Arizona Governor’s Arts Award in 1992. He received an honorary doctorate from Northern Arizona University in 1994 and the NAUAA Dwight Patterson (1934) Alumnus of the Year Award in 2001. Nakai earned a Master’s Degree in American Indian Studies from the University of Arizona.



ROBERT HAIG COXON – Prelude to Infinity – Sacred music of the Heart

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Robert Haig Coxon  talks about spirituality of his music:

Yiruma, Pianist (이루마) – A Soul of Transcendent Beauty

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