This new release from the Latvian Radio Choir, conducted by Sigvards Kłava, features timeless choral works by three composers from Russia and Latvia: Yuri Falik, Artūrs Maskats and Georgy Sviridov. These 20th and 21st century choral works present the profound and sacred, which is to be found and enjoyed in many areas of our lives, from nature and the seasons to personal relationships and love. The Latvian Choir’s previous release on Ondine – Rachmaninov’s All-Night Vigil – was chosen as ‘Record of the Month’ for Gramophone Magazine and also received a nomination for ‘best choral disc’ in the 2013 Gramophone Awards. The Latvian Radio Choir is considered one of the best chamber choirs in Europe.
"How to Make Sacred Love to a Woman: An Intimate Exploration of Sacred Sexuality" is a collection of thought-provoking essays from both men and women, delving deep into the subjects of sacred sexuality, tantra and what women truly desire from men in the bedroom and beyond. Edited by Gabriel Morris, author of "The Mystery of Woman: A Book for Men" (Soul Rocks Books, 2012) and many other books. It includes essays by Morris, plus a wide range of essays by other authors, men and women, representing an impressive spectrum of knowledge and expertise.
Coming one week after the release of the album SACRED LOVE, this DVD which is featured in an A&E special has over 2 hours of brand new footage! Features an exclusive duet performance with Mary J. Blige. Songs include Send Your Love, Inside, Dead Man's Rope, Shape of My Heart/Never Coming Home, Like a Beautiful Smile, Forget About the Future/That Sinking, Feeling, This War, and more…
The SACD mix on this album is amazing. Sting never sounded better. Makes the album come alive and seem like STing is right in the living room. The 5.1 mix is very well done. Just wish they would do the same for Ten Summoners Tales.
This collection of 50 sacred Christmas songs and carols contains almost three hours of music for the holidays from world renowned choirs including the Vienna Boys Choir, the The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Dresden Boys' Choir.