Megan Chaskey | 23rd Psalm: Song of My Soul

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23rd Psalm: Song of My Soul

by Megan Chaskey

This psalm by King David, sung by Megan Chaskey to her own original melody, is a beautiful prayer to help transform sorrow into love, peace and harmony, lighting our way on the path of open-hearted oneness with the Source of All.
Genre: New Age: Meditation
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"This is first-class contemporary chanting, the kind that is highly enjoyable to simply sit down and listen to... And Megan has a great voice. Highly recommended." - Harmony Central, Sept 2014
Megan Chaskey brings to this project many years of experience as both a yoga teacher and a
musician. As a youngster she gravitated toward folk music such as Joan Baez, Bob Dylan,
Judy Collins, Peter Paul & Mary, Pete Seeger and Joni Mitchell. Megan started on violin at
age 11, but was playing Baroque recorder in an ensemble when she was 14 (“which
contributed to my life-long love of Baroque, Medieval and modal music such as the Aeolian
scale.”). Two years later she discovered the flute (“the instrument closest to my heart”).
During high school in Pennsylvania she studied with the principal flutist of the Pittsburgh
Symphony. Chaskey earned her BA Degree in Literature with a minor in Music at
Bennington College in Vermont. During those years she also studied choreography, music
composition, and jazz and classical flute. She went on to earn her Masters Degree in
Education at Lesley College in Massachusetts.
She lived in England for eight years where she first learned about meditation, chanting and
throat singing. After returning to the United States, Chaskey started Zen Meditation
followed by Kundalini Yoga (she became a certified instructor), Naam Yoga and Universal
Kabbalah. She eventually began teaching yoga on a regular basis not only to adults, but
also to junior and senior high students. She now teaches privately and at workshops,
summer camps and retreats. Her musical tastes have always embraced Irish folk and new
age musicians such as Solas and Enya, and later Chaskey enjoyed Kundalini and Kirtan
chants by artists including Snatam Kaur and Deva Premal.
Chaskey’s form of meditation practice singing Naam “opened me to my true voice. I began
singing at the end of my yoga classes, while people rested in deep relaxation, and their
positive responses planted a new seed of creative expression which led me to capture and
share this music by recording albums.”
GoArticles Sept, 2014



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