Transformation at Assisi
Richard Shulman 'Transformation at Assisi' is a sacred musical journey conceived and recorded at the birthplace of St. Francis, and is the companion album to 'Light from Assisi.' Released Fall, 1992 (CD release Fall 1999) New Age Devotional/Meditative This music inspires the seeker of God and portrays the effects of Divine grace available in this extraordinary place. Expansion and wonder are the emotional keynotes here, as the transformative power of grace weaves dark and light into a greater light. Orchestral synthesizers featuring sounds of strings, bells, flute, and horns. Total time 73:56 '..Now, after a two-year wait, the remaining compositions can be experienced on a flawless piece of art called Transformation at Assisi. This new recording creates a profound ecclesiastical atmosphere that I find ideal for introspection. Recreating the sounds of brass, strings, woodwinds, bells, pipe organ, and angelic choruses, Shulman paints a portrait of his wondrous expansion of consciousness.... The 75 minutes of beautiful music... tell me more about the composer's inner experience than volumes of prose ever could. Although Shulman's liner notes are profuse and intriguing, it is the grandeur of his music that portrays his extraordinary Transformation at Assisi.' --Ken Gruen, New Frontier Magazine.