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Pie Jesu – Sissel Kyrkjebø

Pie Jesu performed by Sissel Kyrkjebø Exquisite! Perfect, clear, heart song. Incredible voice and presentation… wow! Brings tears. A beautiful, compassionate plea to Jesus to end suffering in the world. Sissel Kyrkjebø, Song: Pie Jesu, Album: My Heart (2004),  Label: Decca. The video is from her PBS concert ‘All Good Things’ available on DVD. Official […]

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Længe Siden – Sorten Muld

“Længe Siden’ by Sorten Muld Beautiful, body moving, earthy, sexy. Deep in the woods, dancing with the fey… enchanted. Thanks Sorten Muld for the journey… melding past and present. Wonderful! Sorten Muld, Song: Længe Siden, Album: III (2000), Label: NorthSide, Website: www.sortenmuld.dk ‘Længe Siden’ ‘Long Ago’  lyrics: Mild mild sommervind lærker i dit hår hvor […]

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Kala – Yann Tiersen

Kala performed by Yann Tiersen, vocals by Liz Fraser Lovely, light filled and sweet. Takes you on a journey without end, to places and places and places. Flowing, moving. Feels like the journey of the Soul through lifetimes… ever growing, ever experiencing. Just beautiful, thanks Yann and Liz for the moving journey. Yann Tiersen, Song […]

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Unfold by Marié Digby

Unfold performed by Marié Digby Beautiful, touching song. Reminds me of a butterfly emerging from a chrysalis. She unfolds… comes out… becomes more who she truly is and allows love to permeate… all. I love the line, ‘My soul it’s dying to be free I can’t live the rest of my life so guarded. It’s […]

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Simple Soul – Eddi Reader

‘Simple Soul’ sung by Eddi Reader Just lovely!  A song that talks about simplicity, living and loving simply and seeing the best in all. I really like the verse, ‘But it only takes a child to see, The diamonds in the coal.’ Seeing the beauty, wonder and value in everything… in each other. There is […]

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