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David Hicken - Goddess (2007)

17-08-2016, 17:54
Classical Music | Instrumental | New Age

Title: Goddess
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: Enchanting Music
Genre: Classical, Instrumental, New Age
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 55:15 min
Total Size: 130 MB


01. Lakshmi (04:58)
02. Kuan Yin (04:57)
03. Sekhmet (04:45)
04. Aphrodite (03:46)
05. Sarasvati (04:15)
06. Ishtar (06:21)
07. Isis (05:23)
08. Aine (03:59)
09. Ostara (03:36)
10. Sedna (03:48)
11. Diana (04:27)
12. Pele (05:09)

"Goddess" is a concept CD that features 12 tracks of solo piano music, each named after a different Goddess. The idea for this recording came about while David was living in Thailand and Sri Lanka. After visiting local temples he was so inspired by their beauty and rich history, that he knew he had to put his ideas and feelings into music. "Lakshmi", the Hindu Goddess of wealth and prosperity was the first Goddess that he set to music, and became the first track on the recording. He then went on to research Goddesses of different religions and cultures, and when he found ones that interested him, he set them to music.

David's intention was that the entire recording should evoke a sense of calm and relaxation, so as to emulate the way he felt when he visited the temples. He achieved this by interlacing gentle, flowing accompaniments around alluring melodies.
The CD is very popular among massage therapists and reiki practitioners who play the music in the background to soothe and calm their clients. However, most people purchase the CD to help them relax and unwind after a long day at work. If you like the music of Jim Brickman, David Lanz, Kevin Kern and George Winston, then you'll love this CD.

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