Robert Kramer | Songs Of Past Lives

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Songs Of Past Lives

by Robert Kramer

A timeless emotional journey through classical, renaissance and new age compositions.
Genre: Classical: New Age
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1. Voice Of The Rose
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2. Audience With The Queen
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3. Glory Of Creation
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4. Flame d' Nocturne
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5. Le' Mat (The Fool)
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6. 7th Prelude
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7. Journey From Vintaine
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8. Once For The King
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9. Infatuation Symphony
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10. Sweet Tears Of Joy
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11. Ascension
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12. Framke's Etude
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13. Dweller On The Threshold
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14. Flight To Freedom
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15. My Lady My Love
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16. Echos In Time
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17. Majestie (The Coronation)
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18. Now We Raise Our Glass To Thee
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Album Notes
The year was 1593. In a little town called Vintaine, a crippled & disfigured boy named Lucious Gray had dreams of one day leaving his village and becoming a court musician for the king. His father, a drunk & bitter old man, had little use for the boy, and would regularly beat and abuse him, calling him the "sin of his mother," who had abandoned him and his father years before. Some in the village were cruel, and often laughed at Lucious, pointing at his contorted face and his hunched over body, seeing him as the village idiot. Undaunted, the boy would play his lute for hours on end, hoping that some day his dreams would come true.

One day, the villagers in Vintaine witnessed an extrodinary event. They noticed a tall handsome man walk from the house where Lucious and his father lived. Upon his back was an old lute, very much resembling the one the boy used to play. As he walked down the road away from the town, the villagers also saw that he wore the tattered clothes of the peasant boy, but his face was strong and well-shaped, and there was a strangely familiar look in the man's eyes, his face emanating a magical glow. None in the village knew this man, nor could they account for the whereabouts of Lucious, who had mysteriously disappeared on that very day. The boy was not seen in Vintaine ever again, and his father never spoke of him.

Legend has it that something strange and wonderful happened to Lucious one night, and his crippled body and soul were healed when he decided to leave his past life behind and journey to a far-off land to search for a higher truth, while using the gift of his music to change the hearts and minds of people everywhere.

The above fable follows the musical journey of Lucious as he strives to discover his true inner self by reflecting upon his life in the past, who he once was, and what he is yet to become.

Most of the selections on this album hint at the musical styles of the Middle Ages, save one song, "Now We Raise Our Glass To Thee," dedicated to the fallen in the countless battles from our past who gave their lives.

These are compositions of memories that echo through time, leading you through the composers journey bringing forth stunning and beautiful creations of music to share with the world.

To all of those who have taken the journeys to leave their "past lives" behind to follow that inner voice and discover a higher potential, SONGS OF PAST LIVES will touch you as you journey to uncover the legacy of what you will someday leave behind to share with the world.

Experience SONGS OF PAST will never look at music the same way again...


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Conlon Dietz

This is truly a treasure waiting to be discovered. Not to be confused with "re-incarnation", this is pure re-generation! One life, many moments within that life. The music says it all.

Gerold Shapiro

Stunning compositions - I was moved!
Just great. The only way I can describe it is pure emotion translated into sound! It touches the heart, the mind, the soul and the body. It was a total experience for me. Put this in your collection!

Robert Kramer

very inspirational
This CD is very inspirational and transports me back to a magical and simpler time. I enjoyed this CD very much.