Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Jukka Linkola, Urmas Sisask, Ahmad Pejman|
Northern Lights-Music Of Contemplation For A New Age
Genres: Country, Special Interest, New Age, Pop, Classical
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firstname.lastname@example.org | Atlanta, Georgia | 06/28/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Better than most "New Age" offerings, thanks to the overall choices and imagery the music conjures up. Northbound is first cut and gives actual feel of travelling very fast over snow and ice. Sounds like a well-crafted soundtrack. Well worth buying when you need a beautiful, lilting symphonic head-journey-or when you just need/want to hear musicians other than U.S./British-born artists.Some of the cuts are quite moving, some sturm und drang, and others reminiscent of the best of classical artists. One friend told me he could almost hear the ice crackling underfoot in one track, and another said he thought of the time he saw flights of geese southbound for the winter."
2 Stars for the Album, 5 stars for Urmus Sisak's Work
Brittany | Austin | 03/20/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I heard Dominus Vobiscum on XM radio this morning and found myself just sitting down and meditating on the spot. Meditation is something I've started reading about but could not see myself doing though I knew I'd try somehow. Music like this makes meditation possible for anyone even those with totally undisciplined minds like mine. I've listened to the samples, and I'll buy this album but only for the 3 pieces by Urmus Sisak. He'll never know what this experience meant to me. One note: I only remembered the name "Sisak" and the word "Contemplation" and began my determined search for this music. Given that he is a composer and part of a compilation from various artists, what do you think the chances should have been that I would find his Dominus Vobiscum with that little information? His name never came up in a search. It must be true that if you are sincere, doors or paths do open. Just listen..."