22 November 2018 |

A Meditation – CD + 1GB USB

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Bathe yourself in the sound of the viola da gamba

Music by Telemann, Abel, Hume, Marais in a meditative setting

CD + 1 GB USB credit card

Part one: settling down (tracks 1-3, 8 mins)

Part two: the actual meditation (tracks 4-14, 37 mins)

Part three: Returning (tracks 15-17, 5 mins)

 

Music by Georg Philipp Telemann, Tobias Hume, Karl Friedrich Abel, and Marin Marais.

Meditation instructions and full track listing inside as a .pdf file on the USB stick)

Recorded on June 30th, 2018 by STS digital, mastering by Arjan Rietveld, lay out by M84 media.  Thanks to: Marcel Paulissen en Ton Peters (Franciscan Friars), Han Peekel, and Fritz de With (photography).

This package contains a regular 17-track CD and a separate USB-stick of 1 GB containing the .wav and .mp3 files as well as a .pdf with extra information. After transferring the music files to your pc or phone, you can use this device to store anything else you might want.

More info:
A MEDITATION PDF

Track listing:

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767) Fantasy in g minor:
1. Andante (4’19)
2. Vivace (1’25)
3. Allegro (2’06)

Karl Friedrich Abel (1723-1787):
4. Allegro 1 (1’49)

Tobias Hume (1569-1645?):
5. A meditation 1 (3’13)

Tobias Hume (1569-1645?) :
6. Captaine Hume’s Pavan (8’25)

Karl Friedrich Abel (1723-1787):
7. Allegro 2 (1’46)

Tobias Hume (1569-1645?):
8. A meditation 2 (3’13)

Marin Marais (1656-1728) :
9. Le badinage (3’59)

Karl Friedrich Abel (1723-1787):
10. Allegro 3 (1’48)

Tobias Hume (1569-1645?):
11. A meditation 3 (3’12)
12. A question (2’31)

Karl Friedrich Abel (1723-1787):
13. Allegro 4 (1’51)

Tobias Hume (1569-1645?):
14. A soldier’s resolution (5’28)

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767) Fantasy in B flat major
15. Allegro (3’00)
16. Largo (0’43)
17. Allegro (1’28)

This recording was made on June 30th, 2018 in the Franciscan Convent in Utrecht, the Netherlands. In order not to disturb the flow of the meditation it was recorded in one “take”, so without edits. No cutting and pasting. Everything exactly as it sounded in the chapel of the convent, where I spent many hours meditating and praying with the brethren. Fritz de With used Schoeps microphones, Siltech cables, and Nagra recorders during the recording. Mastering was done at Arjan Rietveld Digital Mastering in Baarn. Lay out: M84 Media.