S.C. Beatty | Captivated

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by S.C. Beatty

A night at the ballet...In less than four minutes.
Genre: Classical: Sinfonietta
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The quick math tells me that I walked to and from the dining facility in Bagram, Afghanistan over 500 times. But one night in particular on that mundane and dusty path, the main themes of Captivating, well, captivated me. On that short walk last spring, my music, which I had all but given up on, returned to me like an avalanche. In the next few months I would pen several compositions, seven of which will be released this spring on my "Awakening" album. This was more than just a new fire under an old hobby. This was a part of my coming home to my heavenly Father. I may have forgotten the gifts I buried down inside me, but he never did.
Captivated is a title I borrowed (deliberately) from a book written by Jon and Stasi Eldridge. Sure, the focus is for women who want to understand more about themselves as the "crown of creation" but it is also for men who want to understand the power, mystery and beauty of a woman's heart and soul. The story line of Captivated is based on the text. One first hears a magnificent and catchy opener which is followed by a more gentle and lighthearted theme. This is "easy" or similar to when a man is initially drawn to the physical beauty of a woman. But then a man finds he must have courage to really discover the true beauty that lies within. He must go to uncomfortable places where he doesn't have control and may face failure. In such a way the same themes that splashed into the room now take on the minor tone and drag their shadows onto the stage. They become turbulent and the listener cannot be entirely sure where this is going. Then the journey is rounded out in a return to those first visions of captivation and the full picture is understood.


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