"The Door Of The Law" is a suite in six parts inspired by "A Parable About A Parable" from RAWilson's "…Continue
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"Reinfused" is basically a rehash of the material presented in "Lifeforce," but with an emphasis on shifting time, forward movement, and dynamism, to suggest the removal of obstacles from the path of a process which is then finally allowed to follow its course toward completion.
The piece is an instrumental. Here is the…Continue
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Do you remember when
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I am a child
Of the Sky and the Stars
Loving and sweet as Venus
And fierce as Mars
I'm lucky as…
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"Ocean" is the concluding part of "The Dam" and symbolizes the dream, the goal, the calling.
The ocean is calling.…
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(Tobyo from the Bakemono-Dukushi - Unknown Artist)
"Uncoiling I" was originally written in September 2002, elaborating on drafts dating back to September 2000, and a first version was published in 2004.
The title of this miniature fugue for quartet comes from…Continue
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"Introspection II" is the fifth section, and second with vocals, of "The Chrome Lake." And as is the case for its almost-but-not-identical twin "Introspection I," the subject matter is pretty much self-explanatory.
I see you feel restrained, mechanized, dehumanized
I see you feel estranged, incomplete, dissatisfied
Anything for a refuge, an…
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“Steamroller” is probably the most busy piece of poligrafic music…Continue
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The seventh chapter of "The Dam" is entitled "Flow" and presents our protagonist/narrator having passed the test, overcome the obstacle, levelled the dam, and…Continue
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(Pocket Stereoscope by Joaquim Alves Gaspar )
“Stereoscopy” is the definitive title of a song which I used to refer to as “Point Of View.” I changed my mind about the title while writing and singing the melodies, thinking that the word doesn’t get the chance to be…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on August 21, 2009 at 5:38am — No Comments
("Introspection" by Alberto Baumann)
"Introspection I" is the third part, and first vocal section, of "The Chrome Lake," which itself constitutes the core middle chapter of the "Entering The Stream" trilogy.
The title of the whole suite was inspired by Voivod's…Continue
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Part 4 of The Dam is entitled simply “Dam.” In the storyline, this is when the obstacle is recognized and the necessity of dealing with it is…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on August 10, 2009 at 11:28am — No Comments
("The Winged Man" by Odilon Redon)
"The Winged Life" takes its name from the following verse by William Blake :
He who binds himself to a joyContinue
Does the winged life…
Added by Christopher Stewart on August 7, 2009 at 3:19pm — No Comments
Clocking in at 22 minutes “The Dam” is my longest composition thus far. The piece uses the metaphor of water flowing from source to ocean to illustrate this mysterious process that we usually refer to as life. It comprises eight distinct movements, identified as follows :
Added by Christopher Stewart on August 6, 2009 at 12:43pm — No Comments
(Globe of Integration by Eugen Hofbauer, Herbert Kalleitner, and Susi Müller. Photo by Manfred Kielnhofer)
“The Chrome Lake” is the core middle part of “Entering The Stream,” the trilogy which begins with "Into The Ashram" and is completed by "Leaving The…Continue
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Juggernaut. Lots to say about this one. Make sure your seat is confortable...
I’ve started the writing for this singular piece on November…Continue
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("Primeval Center" )
On a background of Wall Street Bailout and the Large Hadron Collider, “Void” paints the Buddhist concept of emptiness.
Added by Christopher Stewart on July 28, 2009 at 6:43pm — No Comments
("Enigma" by Matías Argudín)
The third and fourth parts of “Leaving The Ashram” are respectively entitled “The Tabla Master’s Enigma” and “The Ordinary II.” Our unidentified introspective hero has completed his retreat and is going back to ordinary life.…
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