“You cannot touch the clouds, you know; but you feel the rain and know how glad the flowers and the thirsty earth are to have it after a hot day.” Anne Sullivan Macy
I just noticed while taking a breath and going over my notes before writing this that one of the flutes I played on this song was made by Rain Spirits and the other flute was made by Thunder Bear. The spirits of the flutes tell the story of the gift of rain.
I am finding that language is inadequate to express what music can. Words are also inadequate to express what the rain has to say. In both music and rain, we feel a presence outside ourselves, and also inside ourselves. We only need to be.
How deeply saturated are the colors of the earth after the rain.
How beautiful the raindrops on leaves.
Rain’s life-giving, nourishing, healing water.
The backing track includes grand piano, ambient pad and plucks.
Video created by Rotor.
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Thanks to Pam Wyman for the cover graphics!