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December 24, 2013

First Rites (Music for 1st level Healing Touch) Liner Notes

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First Rites 
Richard Shulman 
Sounds of Healing Based on Healing Touch First level work. 

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First Rites is synthesizer music for healing, spontaneosly composed and recorded on 11/7/96 in the healing room at the Adirondack Center in Amsterdam, NY. 


Dedicated to the One Source of all healing, inspiration and music. Special thanks to the angels – masters of music and healing – and to Sally Mann, Karen Tabor and Myrna Dennison, Healing Touch practitioners who supported the recording of this music, and to Connie Stardancer Hanham who helped us make the connection. 

Orchestral Synthesizers; Spontaneously composed for healing work in cooperation with Healing Touch practitioners. One sixty – two minute piece helps the listener to gradually open the heart and receive blessings of healing and inspiration. 

“Acclaimed healer and musician Richard Shulman presents over 60 minutes of uninterrupted vibrational healing, spontaneously composed using layers of soothing synthesizers. Its effects are immediate…the uplifting, heartfelt energy penetrates the mind and fills us with a sense of ecstasy.” 
–Music Design in Review 

Richard Shulman is a composer, keyboardist, and recording artist who dedicates his music to the expression of love and the awakening of inner joy. A former student of Chuck Mangione and Marian McPartland at the Eastman School of Music, Shulman uses his skills as a jazz, classical, and healing-music keyboardist to create music to assist groups and individuals in experiencing their own spiritual essence. Richard tours doing solo and group concerts and has produced eighteen albums on his label, RichHeart Music. His orchestral recording, the award winning “Camelot Reawakened: A Vision Fulfilled” is based on the fulfillment of dreams of the heart. His best-selling album, “Light Music: To Clear and Align the Chakras” is popular with massage therapists and creative people. 


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