David E. Maxwell
What You Need To Know:
As one who indulges in various compositions, music is universal. Instrumental music particularly transcends languages and cultures. ‘The Beauty Of Heaven‘ is an instrumental track that allows one not to distract themselves by lyrics. In other words, lyrics in a song stands out and mostly tells a story but being that there is no lyrics to this song the instruments are left to tell the story.
What It Sounds Like:
Having years of experience playing instruments, I can play a verity of genres. “The Beauty Of Heaven” – By Affectueux, is a song that mainly has a gentle flowing new age and ambient feel. At the beginning of the song you will realize that every few bars a new instrument introduces itself. This arrangement keeps listeners attention and build anticipation. As the track progresses each instrument has its very own voice. However, when playing together it develops yet another distinct sound.
This music is great while praying, for wake-up morning music, sleep music, study music, meditation music and more. I also believe that this type of music can help relieve stress and pain. For this reason, instrumental music carries a deep and peaceful energy.
Best Thing About The Song:
One of the best things about the song in my opinion is the fact that each instrument is in balance with the other. There are no one instrument overpowering the others and because of this, it makes for easy listening. It takes you on a journey that may seem repetitious, but it is not.
For Fans Of:
If you like music not loud, relaxed, and easy on the ears, then you will like listening to “The Beauty of Heaven”. Music like this help facilitate a “spiritual detox” and assist the mind to remain still.
In today’s fast pace mainstream music, its loud and sometimes you can barely hear or understand the words. Music speaks to the soul and it influences our mood and attitude. Personally, listening to “The Beauty of Heaven” has brought about a spiritual awakening. Anticipate this song will inspire you as you enjoy the consistency. As I stated earlier and say often, “music is what feelings sound like”.