Ry Welch | The Wedding Journey (Original Soundtrack)

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The Wedding Journey (Original Soundtrack)

by Ry Welch

a broad mix of styles including orchestral minimalism, klezmer, ambient, electronica, hip-hop and pop
Genre: Classical: New Age
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1. prelude
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2. amore
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3. are you sleeping?
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4. legacy
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5. conflict
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6. table
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7. petals
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8. family 6
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9. what is love?
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10. i wanna know
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11. knot
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"The Wedding Journey: Vows In Mid-Air" is a dance performance created by Nehara Kalev and C. Derrick Jones that premiered at the Wilshire Ebell Theater in Los Angeles on June 19, 2004. During the performance, Jones and Kalev exchanged vows and were wed. The performance was designed as an expression of what love and marriage represents to them and to our culture. The music works in tandem with the dancers to portray the journey of love to marriage, and the many facets of relationship and commitment.


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