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More Mystery

by Beth Green

The music is beautiful, soothing and healing and can be found as part two of "The Mystery Trilogy"
Genre: Classical: New Age
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This song has really moved through time. Beth composed it back in the mid 1990s to help her deal with the death of a beloved Saint Bernard (yes, Beth is one of those crazy dog lovers.) This was one of those songs that just came out whole. She put her fingers on the keyboard, and the music basically wrote itself. At this point, it was part of a series of an album called Sara in the Clouds, which was never published as a CD. Many years later the song became part of a larger body of work called "The Gift of Peace," which Beth released in the late fall of 2002 to try to help soothe the soul. She made it part of a radio campaign to encourage people to not react irrationally to 2011 and to try to prevent the US from invading Iraq in 2003, but obviously that didn't work! Nevertheless the music lived on and people passed it out to one another, giving it as a Gift of Peace. In this way, it spread its reach and helped many. In fact, some people have used it for meditation or to go to sleep. And there it stayed for about 12 years. Then in December 2014, Beth wrote "Into the Mystery." She felt guided to give the song that name, which recalled the names of two other songs she had written years earlier -- "More Mystery" and "Beyond the Mystery." Well, if you're not totally confused by now, we'll go on with the story. After she wrote "Into the Mystery," she recalled the two earlier compositions and felt guided to put the three together, and wow! What a powerful punch they had. So now, "More Mystery" is part of "The Mystery Trilogy," which is a composition in three parts and the music for Beth's first music video, the award-winning "Mystery Trilogy." Listen to this song and see if it doesn't bring you into another dimension.



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