Rosemary Duxbury | Mirrors of Light

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Mirrors of Light

by Rosemary Duxbury

Spiritual, minimalist piano music combined with a romantic, impressionistic heritage - this is piano music for the 21st century, described by audiences as pure, beautiful, profound and 'an elixir for the soul'.
Genre: Classical: Minimalism
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Thread So Fine
Patricia Siffert
4:58 $0.99
2. Without Words, Without Silence
Patricia Siffert
8:53 $0.99
3. Release
Patricia Siffert
4:47 $0.99
4. Mirrors of Light 1: I.
Patricia Siffert
8:23 $0.99
5. Mirrors of Light 1: II.
Patricia Siffert
2:04 $0.99
6. Mirrors of Light 1: III.
Patricia Siffert
4:00 $0.99
7. Mirrors of Light 2
Patricia Siffert
9:27 $0.99
8. Acceptance
Patricia Siffert
3:18 $0.99
9. Prayer
Patricia Siffert
2:29 $0.99
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Album Notes
Classical music to 'touch the heart and inspire the soul'. "Mirrors of LIght", described by one reviewer as having “Myriads of notes like diamonds”, also takes you to a place of profound stillness and silence within.

Rosemary Duxbury writes:
"By experiencing a communication happening on another level, we can discover that which is beyond words, beyond even the silence, where we are touched by a deeper language - that of the heart. It leads us to a place where we can find our own truth. The intention of the track 'Without words, without silence' is to invite the listener to enter into a still place within, where one’s own unique understanding may be realised. The title is from a Zen koan chosen after the music was composed.
In recent years of writing, I knew I had opened up to a greater exploration of my own consciousness. It’s an ongoing journey and this time it felt I was traveling through ‘space’ showing me new areas waiting to be explored. Following this, Mirrors of light began to emerge. As is usual with my work,
I perceive light informing the structure. I could sense mirrors involved as if light was being projected into space so that I could see something beyond. At the same time, there was the feeling of reflections on an expanse of water, and I realised that bodies of water are also mirrors of light. What was curious however, is that I knew the first piece that came through was called Mirrors of light 2, which of course told me I had Mirrors of light 1 still to write, which arrived a year later. It is this same process of trust, a recognition of a higher purpose and gratitude that informs the compositions of A thread so fine, Release (composed in response to a poem by Sarah Fawcett), Acceptance (sub-titled Opening your wings) and Prayer."

This is piano music for the 21st century, performed by Swiss pianist Patricia Siffert (her third CD performing the music of Rosemary Duxbury on the Charasound label).



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Ronald Michael

Beatiful music. For when you don't have time , and when you do.