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Rachmaninoff Vespers



Bishop Kallistos Ware has a profound chapter on "The Mystery of Death and Resurrection"

in his book entitled:  The Inner Kingdom.   


The chapter ends with this story:


      Two weeks before his death, the composer Ralph Vaughan Williams was asked

       what the future life meant to him.  "Music," he said, "music. 

       But in the next world I shan't be doing music,

       with all the striving and disappointments, I shall be living it." 


"You are the music, while the music lasts," says T. S Eliot.  And in heaven, the music lasts forever.


                                 Perhaps one of these selections may touch a sacred place within your heart...                                                       


2 Cellos Benedictus - Hauser in Zagreb
Sacred Treasures III
2 Cellos Benedictus - Hauser in Zagreb
Schubert - Serenade




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