09. The Valley of Unity Part 1: All Songs Are From The King

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In The Valley of Unity, the seeker "seeth in himself neither name nor fame nor rank, but findeth his own praise in praising God." I could think of non other who exemplified this phrase than J.S. Bach. Previously, I had heard the Swingle Singers perform a 'da ba da ba' version of the Bach Fugue featured in this section and remembered the motif during my selection of text from this Valley. One line in particular seemed to fit the motif very well - "All songs are from the King, and every melody from Him". Another line from the same passage "He looketh on all things with the eye of oneness" seemed applicable as well. So in this selection, after my own inadequate introduction, the master prevails.


Score ID
67587
Year of composition
2005
Lyricist
Bah�'u'll�h
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
3 minutes
Instrumentation
Choir
Genre
Classical music
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