Carmina Celestia (Heavenly Songs)

by Lance Higdon and J D Emmanuel

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On July 10th, 2010, Lance Higdon and J D Emmanuel got together in J D's living room in Shenandoah, Texas, for an afternoon of improvisation and recording. These four tracks are the result of that collaboration of their two electronic styles.

Lance named the album and the tracks, " our collaboration has materialized as the album "Carmina Caelestia". Each track named for a beloved Greek philosopher, it is an excellent instance of the intersection of our musical explorations."

We think you will be pleasantly surprised.

Lance describes his style as "exploratory and interested in unanticipated overlaps between many sound worlds." He works with drums and synthesizers in his music. He currently lives and works in San Antonio, Texas, as a Latin high school teacher.

J D describes his style as "Electronic Minimal creating a foundation using cyclic, poly rhythmic music, then build several layers of improvised leads and rhythms."

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released May 20, 2013

Lance HIgdon - MicroKorg

J D Emmanuel - Dave Smith Instruments Prophet '08 and Mono Evolver Keyboard

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J D Emmanuel Shenandoah, Texas

I am J D Emmanuel. My music is designed to enhance deep meditative, or altered states, to allow the listener to personally connect to the Creator of All that exists in the Universe, ie, our Source of Being. My music style is to first create a foundation using cyclic, poly rhythmic music, then build several layers of improvised leads and rhythms that allows you to transcend time and space. ... more

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