Cynthia Jordan | The Lady in Blue

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The Lady in Blue

by Cynthia Jordan

Beautiful Music! The Lady In Blue tells the story of Sor Maria de Agreda, a woman who lived in the 17th century with music. Maria had the gift of bilocation. Her story is haunting and beautiful. Although Maria died in 1665 her body has never decomposed.
Genre: New Age: Ambient
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1. Legend of the Bluebonnet
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4:00 album only
2. Maria
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3:08 album only
3. Awaken the Spirit
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1:46 album only
4. Maria meditates and bilocates
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5:30 album only
5. What Is This Journey
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2:22 album only
6. In the Spirit We Are One
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2:06 album only
7. A New World
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1:04 album only
8. The Jumanos
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3:08 album only
9. Dancing In Celebration
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0:43 album only
10. The River
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4:24 album only
11. O Sanctissima
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3:51 album only
12. The First Light of Dawn
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6:54 album only
13. Awaken the Spirit
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0:49 album only
14. The Journey continues
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1:11 album only
15. Maria's spirit travels
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5:02 album only
16. We Are One with Jumanos
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0:51 album only
17. Dancing in Joy
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0:40 album only
18. Encantada
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19. The Voice vocal
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2:36 album only
20. Ave Maria
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2:50 album only
21. The Mystical City of God
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22. The Old Priest makes Maria burn her book
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23. O Sanctissima instrumental
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24. Maria dreams of the New World
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25. Summer Solstice
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26. Legend of the Bluebonnets (instrumental)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Almost 400 years ago an amazing, spiritual phenomenon happened relatively near the area now known as San Angelo, Texas. After receiving a letter from the Archbishop of Mexico, Father Benavides from Isleta, New Mexico, sent two padres with a group of Jumanos to investigate an unusual occurrence concerning Christan activity with Native Americans. They were greeted by thousands of native Americans with crosses covered with flowers. When asked how they came to know their Christianity they told the missionaries they had learned about Jesus from The Lady In Blue.

Her name was Sor Maria de Agreda. Sor Maria had the gift of bilocation, that is she was able to be in two places at once. Although she never left her convent in Spain, miraculously she was able to walk with the Natives in the New World and communicate to them in a way they could understand her. Sor Maria's cloak was made of dark blue cloth and because of this the Jumanos referred to her as The Lady In Blue.

Maria visited the Native Americans in the New World over 500 times.There is a legend told in Texas that the morning after her last visit, the land was filled with beautiful bluebonnet flowers as a gift to remember her by.

This summer the people of San Angelo, Texas came together to honor this miraculous event that happened nearby, on the Concho River. Author, Marilyn Fedewa and Composer, Cynthia Jordan both shared their passion to tell Sor Maria's story. Marilyn's book The Mystical Lady In Blue and Cynthia's new CD The Lady In Blue were both released June 2009.

Present-day Jumano-Apache Native Americans traveled to San Angelo from all over Texas. They were honored as they spiritually connected with the sacred land of their ancestors known as Paint Rock. There they celebrated Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year, along with hundreds of people from the area.


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