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> Paranormal Music And Sensitive People, Serundal's music
Posted: 16-Jan-2007, 02:47 PM
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hi everyone As some of you may know as well as being a member of this site I am also one half of a songwriting team called Serundal (my better half being the other). I thought some of you may like to hear some of our other albums which are not available on this site,(check them out on cdbaby.com) albums which deal with subjects which touch on the paranormal in all its many forms. As well as writing lyrics I have written poetry from the age of fifteen (I am 53 now) and much of the themes in Serundal's songs come from my poetry which is also based on experiences I had while growing up. In 'Visions' there is a song called 'White Room' which describes a recurring nightmare I had for many years as a child. I was walking down a corridor with glass walls which was illuminated by a bright light. Attached to the walls were masks many of them grotesque, some of them like pierrot clowns. The further I walked down the corridor, the more they laughed at me and the louder the laughter became. My husband's musical arrangement of the dream captivates the unnerving child like haunting sound of a carousel and every time I play it back myself I still get shivers. 'The Haunting' is about a spirit child who is trapped in limbo and who longs to play with the mortal children she sees. 'Ghost' is about to lovers seperated by the death of the woman and the man's longing to be free of his mortal life to be with her again. Of course, these themes are from my imagination, but I do believe I inherited something from my mother (who died in 1985) which makes me sensitive to such things. I guess writing the songs helps me to come face to face with this and not to be afraid of it. I believe my mother has helped me with many problems that have happened to me since she passed away (one especially when I was diagnosed with cancer in 1996) Still here still OK! From the album 'Transitions' (on this site) there is a medieval ghost story in 'Child of the Innocence'. Do you think a Celtic background has anything to do with my interest in this? My mother was the most down to earth person ever and yet she was a firm believer in reincarnation, I have often wondered why. You're welcome to listen to the music, I hope it doesn't give anyone nightmares! (Only kidding just haunting not frightening)
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Posted: 16-Jan-2007, 04:59 PM
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Sounds like an interesting CD. I plan to be ordering some CDs soon, and will have to check it out.

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