Constance Demby - Kyrie





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Published on Apr 11, 2009

"Music is a realm of consciousness the listener enters by traveling on a beam of sound. The more authentically the composer is connected to Source when they open up to receive the music, the purer the tones, and the more potent the effect upon the listener. Essentially, one goes as far and as deep as the composer went when receiving the music." - Constance Demby

Constance Demby is a classically trained artist performing since the age of 12.

The mid-eighties brought changes in recording technology with the advent of digitally sampled sounds; Demby embraced this electronic revolution to compose contemporary classical space music using a full range of symphonic instruments, pipe organ, and choral voices. Tapping into her spiritual guidance, she brought through Novus Magnificat -Through the Stargate, the album that many call the most important New Age recording of all time. This album, released in 1986, was one of the first releases on the Hearts of Space record label, and the one that received the most honors and comparisons to Classical Composers.
Since that time, Demby's primary instrument has become the symphony orchestra. The Kurzweil digital samplers, with their advanced technology and ability to portray all the colors of the orchestra, have become her keyboards of choice.
Kyrie is from her 2001 album: Sanctum Sanctuorum, sublime, symphonic sacred music with gregorian chant and ambient atmospheres.



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