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Philip Graham
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Philip Graham A single violin and looping technology create a haunting marriage of stillness and movement. Reminds me of Paul Giger's Chartes, and what could be higher praise than that? Favorite track: Vesper I.
Nathan Payne
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Nathan Payne Man Watching the Stars is simply stunning. I am eager to listen to his evolution as an artist.

We Starseeds are eternally grateful for the love letters from H-me. Favorite track: Orison III.
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1.
Orison I 14:56
2.
Laud I 08:46
3.
Vesper I 13:24
4.
Orison II 11:43
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Laud II 07:07
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Vesper II 12:00
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Orison III 09:58

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"Qoheleth" is a selection of live recordings taken during September 2012. These recordings capture one-shot improvisations made on the violin, chronicling moments of bare expression, live composition, and spiritual reflection through sound. These rough sketches, lashings-out, praises, meditations.. are free to download, but donations are gratefully accepted!

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released October 1, 2012

Sounds - Brendan Paxton (violin)
Photography - Jackie Osborne www.jackieosborne.com
Used with permission, thank you Jackie!

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