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The dense clouds represent the manifest world. On either side of the Great Architect are the now divided masculine et feminine energies. These being represented by a Sun God (Reason) and a moon Goddess (Passions)
I would like to give the following sentences as an insight into the inspiration for this work.
The series of five notes are a mantra.
When listening in the dark, each small accent feels like a spark of light. Each note being a raindrop falling gently into a lake with the sun illuminating the crests of the concentric ripples.
A wind chimes searching for beauty and harmony.
"...the series of five notes represent the pentagrams and the quintessence is found by the way of the harmonics...
" Total time: 49'30" divided in 5 parts of 9'54"
La Fille et la Marionnettiste
Originally a short story by Paul Gallico published in the October 28 1950 issue of "The Saturday Post". The screen play by Helen Deutsch was made into the 1953 American film "Lili" starring Leslie Caron. Following the sucess of the film Paul Gallico expanded the story into "The Love of Seven Dolls" circa 1954
On Wanting to Here the Last Cuckoo of Spring