page one of the Shaker part from Morning Prayer

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Full details

Which brings us to August of 2011 more than four and a half years and three versions of Sibelius after starting Morning Prayer I have decided to share with you a 98 percent finished Morning Prayer and a very Raw recording of it. Be warned; it is 39 minutes of self indulgent navel gazing.

Prelude:

Darkness all around me; I awaken slowly from a dream that I do not remember.

Morning Prayer:

In the pre-dawn darkness I begin to pray.

Wasuremono:

I wander through a barren landscape in search of something I have forgotten. A name eludes me, a question unformed.

Dream Time:

I fall into a dream; paths merge and diverge, the past and the future converge, merge and diverge. A truth (The Truth?) lies just beyond my consciousness.

Nightmare:

A repressed memory strikes like lighting, heralding the arrival of dark visions. Is this madness?

Dancing:

The sound of dancing drives the darkness away. In the center of a village I dance under a pagan equatorial sun.

Sleep:

Exhausted I fall to the ground and begin to dream

Postlude:

In the pre-dawn darkness I awaken slowly from a dream I do not remember.


Composer
ED SHARPE
Publisher
Duration
39 minutes
Genre
Jazz music
Licensing

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Cover art for Shaker part from Morning Prayer