Peter Pragas | Christe Eleison

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Christe Eleison

by Peter Pragas

Piano and orchestral instruments - All Plainsong in this album are arranged and performed by Peter Pragas. Additional gregorian chants proper are from the 'Liber Usualis'.
Genre: Spiritual: Traditional Gospel
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1. Spiritus Sanctus
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2. Christe Eleison
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3:17 album only
3. Pueri Hebraeorum
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2:36 album only
4. Magnificat
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3:57 album only
5. Tantum Ergo
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3:40 album only
6. Attende Domine
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7. Adorate Devote
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4:44 album only
8. Sanctus Sanctus Sanctus
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3:18 album only
9. Kyrie Eleison
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3:12 album only
10. Agnus Dei
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2:39 album only
11. Gloria In Excelsis Deo
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12. Judgement
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5:52 album only
13. Quantum Field
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14. Te Deum
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Album Notes
Can you bind ...... Job 38:31
This verse in the bible appears in Job, chapter 38 verse 31. If you glance through this chapter you will realise that there is a dialogue going on between God, Satan, and Job.
It all boils down to:
1. God is the Almighty,
2. Satan has to get the approval of God to test humans,
3. Job is powerless against the might of God.
Job, with all the inflictions set by Satan on him still believes in God, accepts His will with praises without bowing to Satan. For his triumph over Satan, God rewards Job with the restoration of all that Satan had taken away from him, ten fold.

I chose this verse because I feel that the human race is still opposed to God's ways though He always means well (for our own safety and salvation). He loves us so much that He sent His only Son to die on the Cross so that the whole human race might be saved and not perish on the day of Judgement.
So, why not adhere to His will like it is done in heaven, thank and praise Him in whatever circumstance we are placed in.
Well, I hope the above concept makes some sense!

Reading the scriptures, we are well aware that the second coming of Christ to judge the human race is imminent.
I have tried to visualise this dramatic scene and tried to depict it musically.
I have selected the Trombone (which carries a strong metallic sound) in the first section of the piece to depict the All Powerful voice of God questioning the sinners. And in response, the poor souls worried and frightened transform themselves into various musical instruments like the violin and other instruments they can get hold of (not forgetting the Piano, which is myself) begging for mercy and pardon.
Finally, all goes well, and the end few bars of the music definitely sounds like the most merciful Father has forgiven all His children (except for a hand-full who are incorrigible and therefore condemned to the everlasting fire) and takes us to live with Him eternally.

Quantum Field
To start with, according to what I understand the quantum domain is the field of the mind, the common ground where our thoughts could reach out to touch God. Here, belief creates reality.
In quantum field you get closer to the quantum reality, a place or zone where energy turns to matter. You pray for someone who is very ill and miraculously the person gets cured. Your prayer seems to have an effect across the space-time boundary. In other words it is a quantum event carried out in the mind/brain.
We are all capable of drifting beyond our material bonds. You can also with belief make a journey into the unknown, maybe also into the virtual domain and realise the visions, miracles happening here. This is what the saints and mystics experience often.
So, listen silently to the piece 'Quantum Field' and drift to the unknown fields once a while, ok?


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Rev Curtis J Grant

spiritus sanctus
very descriptive and a very good interpretation of your scritpure analogy. great job