MP3 Julie Larson - In The Fullness of Time
A soundtrack album, this symphonic score is full of the power and haunting mystery of God''s decision to join humankind Himself. Can music capture the idea of "perfect timing"? Yes it can.
11 MP3 Songs in this album (45:42) !
Related styles: CLASSICAL: Virtual Orchestra, SPIRITUAL: Judaica
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Jesus, the Messiah, came...
...in the fullness of time...
The motion picture, The Star of Bethlehem, has pressed this truth into the thoughts and emotions of millions of viewers. Jesus of Nazareth joined us here at the perfect moment. In the fullness of time set by the Creator. With knife-edge timing so clean, even the stars above us declare it.
This CD is the Star motion picture soundtrack, re-mastered for contemplation without words. When a score captures a story, a new life springs up. The story leaps up into the music. As you listen now, let yourself be swept up in the story of your Savior''s coming and His passion.
Julie is a composer and orchestrator. She studied piano at the University of Texas at Austin and received her degree in composition from The Thornton School of Music at the University of Southern California at Los Angeles. Julie studied with Robert Moore, Robert Linn and James Hopkins.
Perhaps there are few female orchestral composers, but if there is a barrier, Julie has broken through. She was Composer-in-Residence for the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra and has received grants from the Texas Commission on the Arts, the Texas Composers Forum, and The National Endowment for the Arts.
She debuted for George H. W. Bush her score for an exhibit at the opening of his presidential library. She has written three symphonies and pieces for many chamber ensembles. She has produced, directed and scored award-winning videos, including a winner at the New York Film Festival. She is currently writing the spiritually-uplifting "movie music" you hear on her CDs. Her current CD projects are Augustine and In the Fullness of Time.