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Ancestors

by Guitar 1 USA

Ancestors is an original guitar piece played on enhanced acoustic guitar... with sounds of nature in the background.
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Ancestors is a Solo Guitar Composition that was performed on a Classical "Nylon String" Guitar with an added track of sounds of the natural world. It is a tribute to the essence of life on this planet, and the needed connection to this natural heritage.

Music Is Energy In Action and A Natural Part of Life Itself.

Music is like clouds... music is like water in the sea... or a river, it's always moving. In this way music is like life itself... Always Animated... until, like life... it ends. This symbolism of music could be more significant than we might think, perhaps it may be that when the music stops... so will all life on earth cease to exist.

By it's very nature of movement... energy in action... music is the supreme "Non Concretized Art Form" on Earth... and perhaps in the universe, if by chance... there is an elsewhere. In fact, within music lies the universe in miniature... continuously changing... evolving into a new shape every moment, a New Sound Sculpture made from nothing but vibrations floating through the air.

Craig Smith


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