MP3 Deborah Thurlow - Angelic Waves - Part 1
Come into my "New Age" world of inspirational, meditative and healing sounds of Bells, Orchestral Strings, Native American Flute, Angelic Vocal Mantras, Tingsha, Tibetan Singing Bowl, Shofar and French Horn - its a good thing.
19 MP3 Songs
NEW AGE: Meditation, NEW AGE: New Age
THE ANGELIC WAVES - PART 1 recording project came about one summer day when I was speaking with my
friend, gifted psychic, Kim Allen. Her and I were discussing angels and our research about angels... then she asked me
to write some music for her Angel Workshop...she needed it for her group meditation. This request open my creative
soul and spirit. The music and concept came to me so quickly and transformed me. Now, there is an ANGELIC
WAVES - PART 2/"The Celestial Journey Continues". ANGELIC WAVES - PART 1 was picked up by DSM
Producers, a music library for the Film and TV industry.
Angelic myths arose in ancient Persia and became part of Jewish mystical tradition during the Babylonian exile
(586-536 B.C.E). Through the Talmudic period (ca.200 B.C.E - 500 C.E.) some rabbis used angels in their explanations of biblical texts to represent Divine will and judgment. They were seen as supernal beings with an indepedent existence, but also subject to the rule of God.
from Kabbalah DECODER by Janet Berenson-Perkins/ Publisher, BARRON''S
According to ancient Jewish tradition the angels were the first intelligent beings created by God, and it is usually believed that they were all created in the same moment on the second day of Creation. God granted the angels free will, immortality and divine intelligence.
The task they were offered was to sustain the Universe and reflect the glory of God. Most of the angels aligned themselves with the Divine Will and , to show their adoration, surrendered their free will to God. Those angels who did not, eventually succumbed to pride and came into conflict with God.
from The Book of Angels by Francis Melville/ Publisher, BARRON''S
Deborah Thurlow earned a BA from CUNY/ Kingsborough CC/Lehman College and an MFA from SUNY Purchase. She is a resident of Teaneck, New Jersey and a freelance musician in the tri-state area and Europe. In 1999 she produced a two-day music event, Next Horn Wave, where she got together horn players from the East and West coasts and Europe to perform music devoted to the art of both contemporary and jazz improvisation. In 1995 she performed in a That New Group concert of new works in the spirit of Dada and Futurism directed and produced by Joanne Mafia. She performed with Eric Ross in Serenade, a work written especially for her by Mr. Ross for horn, theremin and piano at St. Peter''s Lutheran Church in Manhattan. On the same program, she performed her one act play, Horn Ritual, where she not only plays the horn and shofar using electronic sound effects but also streches herself by acting. As a composer, she has works published with Nichols Music Company (now Hickey''s Music Center), has recieved grants from Meet the Composer and the William Petshek Music Fund, was a Composer in Residence at Morehead State University in Kentucky, and in 1991 was favorably reviewed in the New York Times. In addition, her one act play with music, The Creative Void Of The Planet Earth, had an Equity Showcase run of seven performances in April 1997 by the New Media Repertory under the direction of Miranda MacDermot. In the past she has performed with the Pina Baush Ballet Company, Franz Kaman, David Amram, Anthony Davis, The New York Composers Orchestra, Clive Smith, and many others too numerous to mention.
She is an occasional editorial contributor to The New Music Connoisseur, a magazine devoted to the contemporary music scene. She is presently working on a book, New Horn On The Block, a live documentary of the horn in jazz. She has interviewed close to thirty horns players around the world. In 1997 she founded The Toren Brass Quintet presently in residence at St. George''s Episcopal Church in Manhattan. She is on the faculty at Newark Community School of the Arts, The NJ Workshop for the Arts in Plainfield, New Jersey, and teaches privately in Connecticut.
Sacred Processional - Bells represent female energy - The yin within
Manifestation of a Hymn - Inspirational Overture
Archangel Michael - Protection/Ambition
Archangel Gabriel - Messenger/Domestic Matters
Archangel Raphael - Healing/Communication
Archangel Uriel - Initiation of Spirit/Hidden Knowledge
Archangel Haniel - Love/Creativity
Archangel Asariel (Raphael Reprise) - Psychic Ability/Healer of Horses
Can only be reached through Gabriel or Raphael
Archangel Metatron (Enoch) - Good Deeds/Book of Life
Gandharvas - Angels of Music - Indo Asian
Sacred Postlude* - Archangel Sandalphon (Elijah)
Prayer/Assist in pain and or suffering
*In the Buddist tradition, sounding of the tingsha (hand cymbals) starts the
meditation or prayer that end the session. The Tibetan singing bowl represents the essence of the human soul pulsating. Striking the bowl symbolizes an awakening. The sounding of the shofar (ram''s horn) attracts the Archangel Sandalphon. The French Horn plays a melody of a Jewish prayer, Avinu Malkeinu (Our Father, Our King), which is sung on the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hoshanah. This enhances the communication to contact Archangel Sandalphon.
Good for a housewarming, prosperity, love and relationships, creativity, spirituality, answering prayers, meditation, healing, protection, positive energy and most importantly,"STRESS"!
PLAYING TIME - 62:49 OR 1:2:49