Karl Meinhardt | Septenary

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by Karl Meinhardt

A beautiful spiritual journey in music inspired by nature, Chakra energy, colour, timbre and textures; unique flute-playing, in a 'Septenary' of movements with a blend of various Celtic, Asian,and Classical styles that soothes and relaxes the listener.
Genre: New Age: Meditation
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Muladhara
5:18 $0.99
2. Swadhisthana
4:42 $0.99
3. Manipura
5:33 $0.99
4. Anahata
6:17 $0.99
5. Vishuddha
5:50 $0.99
6. Ajna
5:08 $0.99
7. Sahasrara
5:27 $0.99
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Album Notes
If you like the flute, and love hearing different styles of music with interesting new textures, you will love this album.
Composed and performed by Roland Bryce, (Under the nom de plume: Karl Meinhardt) the unique energy, colour, timbre and spirituality, this suite in 7 (Septenary) movements features blends of Celtic, Asian, Arabic and Classical styles that take you on a ‘tonal’ journey linked to the 7 Chakras (subtle energy circles) of the body.
Each of the 'Chakras' is represented by scales and notes from the 'harmonic series' produced by the flute, accompanied by a World Music ensemble. Persian Santur, tablas and Celtic harp with Dulcimers provide a starting drone/chord to engage the ear. This composition is a journey for the soul to aid relaxation and meditation.
The album is 'new music' for listening and enjoyment but with a deeper emotional level than 'easy listening': Notes in the melodies seem to be anticipated and left with regret. 'Anahata' is a beautiful song of the heart, 'Manipura' emulates the gentle tropical waves of a lonely beach, such that you are 'there' with the sunshine warming your soul. 'Vissuddha' serves Celtic reel ornamentation combined with Arabic phrases that soar like a Lark in the blue skies. 'Ajna features child like melodies, with more subtle lighter textures and a rousing chorus that never offends. Finally our musical journey comes full circle with the angelic heavenly notes of the last movement: A glimpse of heaven in sound-design awaits the listener. People are entranced by the beauty of this music. (Karl Meinhardt is a nom de plume.)



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