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Alleluia to the Pachelbel Canon in D / Kyrie
Jane Howard
Alleluia to the Pachelbel Canon in D / Kyrie
Genres: Dance & Electronic, New Age, Pop, Classical
 
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All Artists: Jane Howard
Title: Alleluia to the Pachelbel Canon in D / Kyrie
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Spring Hill
Release Date: 8/7/1996
Genres: Dance & Electronic, New Age, Pop, Classical
Styles: Ambient, Electronica, Meditation, Opera & Classical Vocal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 718795600229

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Very soothing!
* | Corvallis, OR USA | 07/11/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"A friend recommended The Best of Robert Gass which I understand is no longer available. I chose this CD as my alternative choice and have not been disappointed. We have consciously chosen to eliminate the usual morning television programs in favor of a more soothing approach to start our day. The effect on our entire family has been profound. Our 3 and 6 year old children wake up to the angelic voices lulling them out of bed, take time to stretch (instead of the old dash to see what they might be "missing" on the TV.) The repeated phrases are simple enough for children to sing along yet soothing to the adult ear as well. In the evenings when the house quiets down, it is wonderful music to reflect upon over a cup of chai. Light the candles and celebrate every simple, blessed moment. Forgive yourself for the things that didn't go so well and look forward to another chance to do it all again in the morning. Namaste'"
Moves you immediately into a deep, peaceful state.
* | 07/03/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The music and voices combine in both the Alleluia and Kyrie to transport the mind and soul into peace. I find it to be a powerful helper. I first heard it in a retreat setting with Jack Kornfield and just had to know what it was - and bought it. This spring I shared it with some European friends just after we visited a Gregorian monestary and listened to the monks chant the liturgy. We were all moved to sing and feel. Then, recently, at a memorial service, a group of us were asked to sing the Alleluia a capella to commemorate a dear friend. Our spirits soured. It is beautiful music for many occasions and is one of my most favorite and cherished CD's. I am glad to have found it!"
An exhilarating experience for the soul.
CatsMiaow (Tubas@prodigy.net) | Ogden, Utah, USA | 08/08/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album takes Alleluia to new heights, sing-chanting the word to Pachelbel's Canon in D. The experience begins with gentle harp accompaniment, and then voices join in, singing "Alleluia" for each part added in the Canon. As the Canon builds, so do the voices and the multiple choral parts. This creates a guided "wave" effect in experiencing the peace-bringing mantra "Alleluia". The entire Alleluia chant lasts almost half an hour, and tapers off in the end to the gentle harp accompaniment as the last Alleluia fades away. I have bought copies of this album for many friends!The "Kyrie" section seems much heavier and more mechanical, but in the right frame of mind, could be a worshipful experience."