Jerry Gerber | Cosmic Consciousness

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Cosmic Consciousness

by Jerry Gerber

This CD is beautiful, the compositions are superb and the production first class--it's electronic music, but that won't matter-- for the listener the music itself will be the experience.
Genre: Electronic: Virtual Orchestra
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Shadow Play
3:48 $1.50
2. Baroquette
4:31 $1.50
3. Luminous Night Nebulous Light
5:57 $1.50
4. Seraphim On a Subway
5:24 $1.50
5. Shadow Work
5:13 $1.50
6. Symphony #8, Pt. 1
9:59 $2.00
7. Symphony #8, Pt. 2
5:29 $2.00
8. Symphony #8, Pt. 3
6:25 $2.00
9. Symphony #8, Pt. 4
9:32 $2.00
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
I'm the kind of composer that 1) takes large artistic risks, and 2) is faithful to my own vision and voice in a world where commercial pressures demand some degree of conformity to the marketplace. Cosmic Consciousness, my 12th CD release, is definitely my best work. I took my time with the album, over two years in production, I hope the listener will appreciate the attention to detail. I chose this title because as a long-time practitioner of meditation, I know that consciousness itself is a mysterious thing. But this is not New-Age music. It might be described as neo-romantic contemporary electro-classical music, but even this does not really say what it's about. Only the music can do that. I strive for beauty of tone, harmonic logic, contrapuntal energy and variety in color and mood in my work. Symphony #8 is a work that utilizes only one primary motive that is used quite differently in each of the 4 parts. By developing the potential in this one main idea, I think I achieved greater unity than in my earlier symphonies.



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