Steve Pearson | A Mountain Meditation in Four Movements

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A Mountain Meditation in Four Movements

by Steve Pearson

Meditate and relax to beautiful Native American Bass Plains Flute music.
Genre: New Age: Meditation
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1. Peace Stephen Pearson
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2. Begins Stephen Pearson
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3. Within Stephen Pearson
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4. Me Stephen Pearson
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A Mountain Meditation in Four Movements is based on improvisations that were recorded using bass Plains Flute. The movements are “Peace”, “Begins”, “Within”, “Me”. Intended for meditation it transcends from the chromatic opening movement through the second sonorous movement proceeding eventually to the final movement where in the ending the quiet solo drum fades into infinity. A person in meditation is afforded an hour of uninterrupted, captivating music. Those who have played this during meditation have highly praised it.

Check out the photo album at Stephen's web site at There is now a poetry album there as well!

Watch Stephen's Video of By the Brook (on Steve Pearson Sampler) filmed in a beautiful, secluded Colorado spot known as popular with historic Native Americans. Copy and paste this link into your browser:


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