With the Wind on My Face

Jacqueline Bhuyan

With the Wind on My Face
Performed By Jacqueline Bhuyan
Album UPC 884501203197
CD Baby Track ID JacquelineBhuyanAndDavidDarlin_001
Label Jacqueline Bhuyan And David Darling
Released 2009-09-01
BPM 145
Rated 0
ISRC ushm80992174
Year 2009
Spotify Plays 0
Writer Jacqueline Bhuyan
Pub Co foreverrubato LLC
Composer Jacqueline Bhuyan
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing Grant
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Pub Grant
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United States - United States


Music which is lyrical in style using unique harmonies in contemplating and telling the story and mysteries of life...it is at times ethereal, with a cinematic quality....great for contemplation, meditation or simply for relaxation.


"Reflections on Life's Journey" is written in a lyrical, contemplative style with unique harmonies, relaxing and calming, with dual aspects. It is at once a "literal" cinematic depiction of the elements of nature inspired by much time spent reflecting and listening to the sounds and music in nature: the breeze whispering through the leaves of the dancing tree branches; birds singing; bees buzzing among the flowers ablaze with color and perfuming the air; the river, at times turbulent, at others, murmuring gently as it flows out to sea with its waves crashing to the shore, then the ebbing of the tide; the mist on the mountain gently kissing one's cheek; the patter of raindrops; the warmth of the radiant sun shining down from blue skies, clouds overhead; the quiet of a moonlit night.... All become also metaphors for our journey in life, the many paths from which to choose, life flowing always onward like a river, the climb at times steep like a mountain....the struggles encountered, but always with a sense of hope, that ray of light in the darkness; a friend to take your hand and guide you along the way as you continue seeking and searching......."Lacrimosa" for remembering our mothers who gave so much...feeling sad at their passing, but also celebrating their beautiful lives. The ringing of the bells calling us to have faith and hope, to persevere, to have compassion for all humanity and this great Earth......may there be no more suffering.
Many reviews describe this music as being "very beautiful, cinematic, inspired, at times ethereal or with a sense of mystery, like a story... always so soothing and calming, great for meditation or simply for relaxation"

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