CD: Garden of the Gods (With Annette Cantor) by Deuter
Total running time: 58 minutes
1 Temple of Silence (9.15)
2 Gaia dreaming herself awake (7.40)
3 Felsen im Licht (5.20)
4 Kiss of a Rose (8.00)
5 Seashell (10.20)
6 Venus Rising (8.30)
7 Wind in the Trees (5.35)
8 Mountain (3.30)
They say: This world we live in can be the 'Garden of the Gods', since it is up to us to make it into a place of fulfilment and play, of love and gratefulness.
It is up to each of us to embark on the journey of self-discovery and healing, of finding our godliness. The more we deeply know ourselves, the greater ability we then have to create the depth of our being, and bring love and beauty into this world.
We say: It just has to be said that everything Deuter does is so accomplished. This is music to drift to. It will be ideal for relaxation, accompaniment to holistic therapies and I think also for meditation. The voice is the overriding factor in this recording. There are no lyrics as such and the voice echoes back to itself, communicating across the Garden of the Gods. This is restful music.
Dictionary Terms Explained
- Musical artist
Deuter is an internationally acclaimed musician and composer who’s recorded and released over 50 albums in his career so far. He specialises in creating New Age music, combining his love for acoustic and electronic instruments with the wonderful sounds of nature and ethnic influences.
Deuter was born in Germany and taught himself to play the guitar, flute and harmonica. Although he always loved music, it wasn’t until he was involved in a near fatal car crash in his early 20s that he finally decided his true vocation in life was to work as a musician. As a result, his first album, D, was released in 1971 and he’s gone on to produce a wide variety of much-loved albums.
Many of Deuter’s early recordings are meditative and contemplative and reflect elements of Deuter’s own spiritual search. He was one of the first musicians to successfully blend together Eastern and Western traditions and much of his music is inspiring, uplifting and full of spirit.
Since his first album in 1971, Deuter has continued to be passionately involved in creating and composing music, bringing out at least one album almost every year since, and his wonderful repertoire is enjoyed by people worldwide.
CD: Garden of the Gods (With Annette Cantor) - Deuter
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Reviews - rated 4/5 based on customer reviews4 out of 5 By Vernon MarshallI am a recent newcomer to the works of Deuter and I am very impressed. I have listened to so much relaxing music that something has to be very different for it to stand out amongst the rest. This CD does have that quality. There are riffs and melodies that are subtle yet noticeable. There is a widespread use of different musical instruments. What sets this CD apart, however, is the use of the most difficult instrument to master and that is the human voice. Annette Cantor’s voice is excellent. The use of her voice on this CD is astounding because of the way it blends in so well with the instrumentation. The partnership of voice and instrument is superb. The compositions themselves are distinctive and differ one from the other. My favourite track is “Seashell”, a piece of over ten minutes. The flute comes into its own in a gentle and beautiful way. Inspired by something of the sea there is a background sound that definitely creates a mystical sea shore feel. As in other tracks, however, the voice, which here is not over dominant, gives off an other-worldly ambience. This track ebbs and flows and returns to the hauntingly beautiful sound that is so relaxing and reassuring. This CD is one of the best on the market.