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Beth Green | The Mystery Trilogy

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The Mystery Trilogy

by Beth Green

'As a beautiful three-part classical instrumental piece matched with stunning original art, Beth Green has created a truly imaginative masterpiece,' said The Akademia of Music, when designating it the best music video, classical instrumental in Feb 2015.
Genre: Classical: New Age
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This is a beautiful three-part instrumental classical piece that is meditative and stirring to the soul. The accompanying video, available on Beth Green TV, YouTube, is imaginative and breathtaking. The Trilogy has an interesting story. If you read the notes on the singles -- "Into the Mystery," "More Mystery" and "Beyond the Mystery" -- you'll see that each piece was composed at a different time for a different album. "Into the Mystery," the first piece, was actually composed the latest. It broke a long drought of Beth's, during which time she was not composing music. Then suddenly, this piece came to her. Only when it was finished and named (and the name also just came to her) did she realize that it should be combined with the other two pieces, whose names, coincidentally, happened to have the word mystery in them. When she listened to the three consecutively, she realized that they belonged together and that, together, they had a punch that they didn't have alone. Now how did these three end up a music video? By coincidence, again, Beth had been guided to collect images of some beautiful artwork. Some were by Nicholas Roerich, who died many years ago, but who was a spiritual pioneer of the early 20th century, traveling with his family to the Himalayas and then bringing back the magic of the east to the west. These images were graciously provided by the Roerich Museum in New York. The rest of the art is by Christina Miller, who is a fabulous contemporary artist who uses Medieval symbolism to express the eternal. She provided the images and they are, of course, published with her permission. Beth thought she was collecting the images for a video on reclaiming our spirituality from the ego. But when she experienced the music of The Mystery Trilogy, she knew these images were destined to be the gorgeous artwork that would melt with the music to create an amazingly transcendental experience. And so "The Mystery Trilogy" video was born. Don't hesitate to go to Beth Green TV & Radio on YouTube to watch it. And just experience the music itself.

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