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Sacred Dance CD

Kevin Mayhew

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Keith Duke has developed a musical language that has its roo
Keith Duke has developed a musical language that has its roots in Celtic music and the ancient chants, yet speaks too in the voice of the twenty-first century. He has worked for many years with the priest-poet of Lindisfarne, David Adam, whose texts feature in these wonderful collections.
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Product Code1490179
NameSacred Dance CD
SupplierKevin Mayhew
AuthorKeith Duke
Short DescriptionKeith Duke has developed a musical language that has its roo
Pack Size1
Date Published30 Jun 2005
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...the most versatile musician... the divine Review by Paul Stebbings
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The 14 tracks that comprise this Celtic collection were not only created by Keith Duke (with occasional text composition by friend and "priest-poet" David Adam), but also features him as the most versatile musician on the project - with his employment of flauto dolce, white-tailed hawk flute, bowed psaltery, Tibetan singing bowls, Balinese temple bell and various other exotic tools! 'Sacred Dance' follows on from Duke's previous 'Sacred Weave' and 'Sacred Pathway', and all pieces are intended to "be used for movement of one kind or another during worship, mostly during the Eucharist." For example, Duke suggests that the two or three upbeat, resounding jig-type tunes are used in finishing Easter Sunday worship. Most tracks, however, fall within the deliberately unhurried, meditative type and, with the aid of the wonderful clarity of Lucy Bunce's lead vocals (she's also a harpist), and Duke's haunting tones, make for a thoughtful and deeply atmospheric whole. Then again, there's "Cuthbert's Beach", a lengthy poem, rendered in spoken rather than musical form. This is a fine and welcome recording (lasting one second short of an hour!), definitely helpful in aiding the listener to draw closer to the heartbeat of the Divine. (Posted on 27/04/2010)

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Christ before me
I arise
Dance in the Spirit
Come, be with me
Cadfan’s blessing
See him
David’s air/Fire of the north
Christmas poor
The love of God/The gate of glory
Praise his holy name/Glory to the High King
My peace
Rose’s circle
Cuthbert’s beach
Spirit divine
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