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Music and spirituality

Just discovered a joyful, interfaith musical experience:  Yuval Ron Ensemble, based in California. http://www.yuvalronmusic.com/workshops/ This group embodies the spirit of the Golden Age of Spain shortly before the disastrous intolerenace of the late 15th century. Jewish, Islamic, and Christian music, sung and played from the heart in an improvisational style, speak to the ecstasy of communion not only with God, but with each other, as peoples sharing an irreplaceable planet and love for each other. Shades of Flamenco and Klezmer at its finest! 

Posted on Thursday, July 2, 2015 at 08:48PM by Registered CommenterLinda Brown Holt | CommentsPost a Comment | References3 References

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    Response: 2bd
    Music has its deep impact on the minds of the people. Spiritual music is very famous among people around the globe. Many people said when they listen spiritual music they feel relaxed and comfortable. Music has no boundaries like Yuval Ron Ensemble plays Jewish, Islamic and Christian music very well. I ...
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    Response: essayontime
    It is a good article and all but I do not get the point of linking music with spirituality. I think spirituality is what you find when calm and surrounded by nature. But I have never heard old era music so my opinion is not that much of importance.

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