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Celebration Of My Beloved, Instrumental
Lots of strumming, picking and plucking in this one! Acoustic guitar, orchestral strings, piano, and fiddle. This is the instrumental version. Second version with vocals to come soon.
Classical - Ensembles
Charts #628 today (peak #26)
Charts #49 in subgenre today (peak #1)
July 02, 2012
MP3 4.2 MB
128 kbps bitrate
4:35 minutes
Story behind the song
In recent weeks and months I have been pressing in more and more in my relationship with my only Lord and Savior, Yeshua (Jesus Christ). He is my first love. After watching videos teaching validating prophetic music (this one was on the harp - each of the 22 strings is also a letter of the Hebrew alphabet), knowing the soothing power of strings from the old testament of the bible, and the recent knowledge that each person has a song in their heart given to them by God...I wanted to seek out my own. I believe this to be it. It is such a song of celebration. It reminded me of my love, my first love. How I am my Beloved and my Beloved is mine (RE: Song of Solomon). Believers in Yeshua who are faithful are his bride and he is ready to reappear very soon to take his bride to himself to await the "Marriage Supper of the Lamb" (RE: Revelation in the new testament of the Holy Bible). This is a celebration of that hope and joy. Of my ever building anticipation and joy as I contemplate it. I have written the lyrics, which I will most likely speak, instead of singing. It is my hope to record these today. In the meantime, enjoy the instrumental version! *** NOTE> scripture Reference/RE: Prophesying through music ( a person can actually speak with an instrument/see above)> "Even things without life, whether flute or harp, when they make a sound, unless they make a distinction in the sounds, how will it be known what is piped or played? For if the trumpet makes an uncertain sound, who will prepare for battle?" 1 Corinthians 14:7 (It would not make sense that this referred only to the melody, since music is a universal language and everyone can enjoy a tune. The new insight I received from a maker in Israel of Davidic style harps, regarding the 22 strings (notes), each also being a letter of the Hebrew alphabet really brought this scripture to light and I now have a much more profound appreciation for it! See my FB music page to see the video I mentioned, entitled, "Hararri's Harps," The film also explains how each person has a song in their heart given to them by God, and that when they find it, it brings them great joy! http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mizrah-Tirzah/231496236876494 *** NOTE> The image for the song is from one of my digital mixed media series. The piece is entitled, "Bubbles & Music."
soon to come...
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