Elizabeth Norland | His Music in Me

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His Music in Me

by Elizabeth Norland

Original Instrumental music performed on keyboards, by Elizabeth Norland. Each song has a different flavor and will take you on a journey within your own imaginations.
Genre: Easy Listening: Mood Music
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1. David Song
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2. Grace Comes
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3. Resting Place
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4. Waltz the Walk
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5. Angels Guard Us
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6. He Sees Me
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7. Wanderers Cry
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8. Creation Praise
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9. Quieted in Him
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10. Angelic Starlight
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Album Notes
From the first to the last, each song on this CD is most certainly "an original" , as different circumstances created each and every one of the songs, but they were not originally made to put on a recording.

For instance, David Song, the first song, has a celtic sound and was written at her keyboard piano during Elizabeth's husband's dying process. She cared for him, bed-ridden, the entire last year of his life, and as he rested, she would play him music, in the spirit. This one became a regular, so she began to layer tracks, and this is her unedited version. She then played this song at his funeral in 2009 as a goodbye to David, and way to handle her own grieving.

Yet, the last song, Angelic Starlight was written later, as she was observing the stars out of her window one night, and again, she began playing in worship to the Lord, and an unusual song came forth.

I believe the CD was well-named: His Music in Me , for every song, Elizabeth knows, came from Her Lord.


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