Hello everyone ! Welcome back ! Today’s Lent post will about my musical inspo for this time of meditation and self-reflection.
The main goal for me during this time is to relax and prepare myself for the sacred time of Spring and Easter, so I choose accordingly the music I listen to. It may be linked to Lent or Easter times, but it also can have no actual link, as long as it helps lifting up my spirit, release the stress and anxiety stuck in me. I sincerely hope this playlist will also help you to achieve that.
Let’s get started !
-The Steppes of Central Asia, by Borodin
-The Serenade, by Schubert
-Virga iesse floruit (gregorian medieval christian song), by Eleanor of Brittany
-Elven Song, by Karliene
-Kyrie: Orbis factor (gregorian medieval christian song), by Eleanor of Brittany
-Cum vox sanguinis (gregorian medieval christian song), by Hildegard von Bingen
-Kyrie Eleison (Templar chant)
-Benedicat Nos Deus (Templar chant)
-Listen to the Wind, covered by Karliene
-Winter Light (original and cover by Karliene)
-The Hymn of the Cherubim, by Tchaikovsky (my all time fav, the ultimate music that make you feel like you are meeting the Lord and passing through the Heavenly Gate)
-So Small, by Thomas Bergersen
-Snow Maiden, by Tchaikovsky (to relive the last moments of Winter while we slowly enter into Spring time)
-Kalimba cover of Big Fish, by April Yang (chinese song from the chinese movie “Big Fish & Begonia”)
-Slavic Music “Lullaby”, by Adrian von Ziegler
-Emotional Music pieces, by Brunuhville (“Nebula”, “Fallen Tears”, “Birth of Love”, “Memories of you”, “Reverie”, “Riverdel”, “Leaf Fairies”, “Fishscale Sanctuary”)
-Celtic Medieval Music “Kingdom of Bards”, by Adrian von Ziegler
-Erhu cover of “Snow Flower”, by Luyifei
-Aniron (Lords of the Rings), by Enya
-Easter Gregorian music (perfect if you close your eyes and imagine yourself in an empty brightened cathedral), the ones from the Abbey of Clervaux are among my favourites.
-Russian song “White, white snow”, by Nikolai Baskov and Taissia Povali
-Russian Easter Overture, by Rimsky-Korsakov
I made a playlist on Youtube, so that you can enjoy these musical pieces yourself (without needing to search for them on all the Internet).
Check out the playlist here. Or below.
That’ll be all for today’s post. I hope you like it and find it useful.
Thank you for passing by and reading my blog, it means a lot to me.
I’ll talk to you soon in a next post,
Until then, take care of yourself ❤