Andrew Forrest | Stillness Moving: Source Quartet, Vol. 2

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Stillness Moving: Source Quartet, Vol. 2

by Andrew Forrest

Stillness Moving comprises three long instrumental tracks of classic Andrew Forrest sublime multidimensional space ambient music.
Genre: New Age: Space
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Emerge
25:12 album only
2. Enrapture
20:30 album only
3. Evanesce
14:12 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Welcome to Stillness Moving, the second volume of Andrew's "Source Quartet".
This CD is a musical interpretation of the ultimate non-dual reality, where all movement is seen as an expression of stillness, and all manifestation is seen as an expression of emptiness. The track titles are direct pointers to this existential paradox.
The intention from my point of view as composer and performer, is to maximize the positive emotional impact and healing resonance of each piece of music.
It features the usual trademark sounds...the interweaving of classical melodic passages, with monumental deep space textures, shimmering arpeggiated sequences, and otherworldly sonic palettes, that take the listener on a transformational, profound, inner healing sound journey.
Typical sounds you will hear are: lush and subtle strings, electric pianos, flute, oboe, harp, syncopated bells, Tibetan bowls, chimes, Oriental overtone vocals, classical solo voices, choirs, arpeggiated synth sequences and swirling synth textures.



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Christopher Harvey

The Source Quartet moves on with stillness.
Another brilliant installment in the discography of Andrew Forrest. His 11th CD to date is perhaps his strongest yet. Nobody else's music balances the seemingly-paradoxical so well - it is calm yet invigorating, atmospheric yet captivating, simplistic yet complex, sedating yet inspiring... he manages to creates a sort of sonic omnipotence.

Stillness Moving is a magnificent album. I really believe it may be Andrew's most colorful work yet. To me, it sounds like the best of all his works combined. The variety of sounds on here is impossible to overlook.
The album is divided into three distinct parts. The tracks run approximately 25, 20, and 15 minutes, respectively, which I find to be a very pleasurable pacing - perfect for listening to the whole thing through or just jumping in and out as you please.

It really is amazing to have music that you can play in the background while doing other tasks, and have it be very befitting, but choose to give a more focused listen to at any time and hear something that's brilliantly layered, astonishingly colorful, and enticingly textured. His music is truly rapturous. I have searched through many artists who share the overarching genre with Andrew, and none of their music has quite the mesmerizing brilliance of composition that Andrew's does. It really is that ability he has to be utterly soothing and utterly captivating at the same time that is so rare to find in music.

It is music that has such a divinity, such an omnipotence about it, that trying to describe it puts you in that state where you're trying to describe a mystical experience and you realize just how short words fall. Be it love, psychedelics, music, sorrow, inspiration, what have you... not everything can be said with words. And so we say them with notes. And so we speak from a much deeper place. A place that does not feel very different from the music on this CD from Andrew Forrest.

Marvelous work Andrew, just marvelous. Thank you so much.

Mandy Matthews

Stillness Moves
It’s uncanny how Andrew's music perfectly fits to the flow of Universal energy, evolving and emerging at just the right time. So too does this latest offering. Another magical masterpiece to help activate and shift the harmonics of the body into alignment with the harmonics of change. 'Stillness Moving' is exactly that. A catalyst for moving the stillness within. Thank you again Andrew.

Amma Jane Stevens

Another beautiful composition by Andrew......Andrew's spacey 'Stillness Moving' takes me to another plane of existence when meditating and listening to it's transcendental vibrations. Excellent ✨

Bert Strolenberg

Cleanse and Elevate Body and Soul
Andrew has composed another emotive set of in-depth space and textural sound art to cleanse yet elevate body and soul.

The gentle swirls, subtle sequences and fluid dynamics encountered throughout the evolving celestial-symphonic tapestry ensure to trigger the listeners attention, most certainly when heavenly, majestic pads and smooth pulsations set in.

The fairytale-like closing piece of the dreamlike journey is the most relaxing and soothing of all, with its ethereal velvet waves floating onward and dissolving eventually into infinite distance.

Well accomplished, Andrew !

John Black

11 wonders of ambient music
Stillness is just another brilliant piece of music just like Andrew's previous 10 cd's. Stillness, just like all of his other cd's has that peaceful, serene and etheral quality that puts me in frame of mind that "all is ok" as it has a heavenly quality to it. Truly, if there is music in Heaven this is what I think it will sound like.

Deva Chappelle

Simply stunning
This is some of the finest space music I have ever heard. Listening to this music lifts my spirits and brings me into alignment, so I can feel positive and hopeful throughout the day. Just listening while in my car, driving around town, elevates me to where I want to dwell within my heart and soul.