MP3: The Soul's Ladder

28.06.2013

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A rising young Baha’i musician, Natasha Chiang, sings devotional songs in English and Mandarin that look toward an Asian audience. Transcendence is also at the heart of the new album of Byzantine Greek prayers from the renowned world sacred musician & composer Stephan Micus, titled Panagia, one of the names of the Virgin Mary in the Greek Orthodox tradition.   Source: abc.net.au

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