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Music plays a central role in most reFloutist-FStrinoligions. It sets moods, reinforces messages and, with group song or chant, can help people feel connected.

Some say “music is my religion.” Concerts, not church, are where they gather with people who share their beliefs – to listen to songs that have meaning and to be, at times, moved and inspired.

Some music examines connections with nature and other themes related to RN. Also, separate from beliefs, we can be moved by a gospel choir, a Gregorian chant, or a sitar raga and appreciate how, with melody, tones, and rhythm – often wholly separate from words – people can express and experience a sense of something spiritual.


Musical selections
     Symphony of Science (“We Are All Connected”)
Dougie McLean. I Feel So Near
     Ziggy Marley. Love Is My Religion
…..Iris DeMent. Let the Mystery Be
     Tracy Chapman, Heaven’s Here on Earth
…..Peter Mayer, Blue Boat Home 
…..Carrie Newcomer, Room at the Table
   TTruth to Power, One Republic
…..Earth, Imogen Heap
     Paul Winter Consort. Wolf Eyes
     Beethoven. Moonlight Sonata
     Beethoven. 6th Symphony (Pastoral)
A Virtual Choir 2,000 Voices Strong
Emergent Universe Oratorio

Painting: Gianni Strino, The Flautist