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Sounds and the Soul

December 23, 2013 , , ,

Sound is a powerful meditation tool.  Chanting has been used around the world by all people to celebrate and honor spiritual beliefs.  All the senses are engaged in the holiday customs of now, with little time to be still and know why we are celebrating in the first place.  If you are a singer in a choir or caroling ensemble this is a time when you can share music with others in many ways.  I love to hear acapella choral music because it requires intense listening on the part of each singer.  There is much rehearsal to arrive at the harmony and balance each musical piece requires.  Gothic architecture creates superb acoustics for this art form which is still popular in religious services.  If you have no gothic cathedral, elegant concert hall or well rehearsed choir, please enjoy this heavenly break from your daily routine.  Harmony, in my mind, is the greatest of all human achievements.

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I love singing, I actually think it improves your health because it makes you breath properly…and it is quite a cathartic experience too.


December 24, 2013

love the music. It takes me away.


Stevie Wilson (@LAStory)

December 26, 2013

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