Sarah Brightman's music is such a treat to us all.
Her music is no less than Angelic, to say the least. She has a way with her voice that allows you to feel as tho life is a feather floating through a sea of clouds.
Listen to her for just a moment and you'll know exactly what I mean. Sarah is one of the world's most influential classical singers and with a voice like hers it's no wonder that she's sung twice at the Olympics.
"Scéne d' Amour" is an amazing song from an album called Eden, released in 1998 and let me tell you it still blows me away.
You know something is good when listening to it gives you this calm glow on the inside. I like to put Sarah on when I'm having a moment or I need a minute to just remember how precious life is. There's no need get caught up in trivial dramas created around us, 24-7. We are a peaceful people, but some of the demons around us often cloud and/or influence our judgement.
As I tap on these keys, I have my headphones on playing this very song and it feels as though I'm in another time. Some distant plane were lions and warblers play in cascading waterfalls, while I step on clouds and enjoy the rays of the sun. Ahh, Beautiful isn't it? Sarah's music gives you an emotional response and this is a level of intimacy not often shared between musician and listener. Most tunes you hear on the radio are so emotionally detached, you'd think sociopaths were running a amuck.
Scéne d' Amour's background musicians give this modern-day angel wings, as if she could get any higher. I'm not quite sure what language this song is in, but it essentially doesn't have any lyrics. Just her voice harmonizing through a series of harps, cellos and other assorted string instruments that give it luster. You know your talented when all you have to do is say "Ba Da Da Da" and you sell millions of records. Sarah says more than "Tu do do" on other songs listed in Eden, which are all timeless pieces, but this one is a favorite.
If you want to get away from the bang of drums or riffs from electric guitars, give Sarah Brightman's Eden a spin. "Scéne d' Amour" rivals any Prozac or Klonopin you'll ever be prescribed.