Music for Creative Blending

Sep 28, 01:43 PM

by Katharine Koeppen, RA

What do I listen to when I'm engaged in an afternoon of creative blending? Something that will pull me into a state of flow and allow my mind to go exploring in a very focused fashion. Music that opens the heart. Music that will bring out the most perfectly harmonized essential oil synergies for my clients.

Drone music works best for me, but I'm also fond of dreamy, ethereal classical pieces. These are a few of my favorite albums and compositions for engaging creative flow. I hope they inspire you to do some imaginative blending of your own.

ABoneCroneDrone, Sheila Chandra

Zen Kiss, Sheila Chandra

Dance of Innocents, Nawang Khechog and Peter Kater

Mediterranea, Savina Yannatou

Novus Magnificat, Constance Demby

L'Aprés-midi d'un Faune, Claude Debussy

La Cathédrale Engloutie, Claude Debussy

Trois Gymnopédies, Eric Satie

Gnossienne No. 1, Eric Satie

The Waltz King, Café Noir

Tantras of Gyüto, Tibetan Monks of the Gyüto Tantric College

J.S. Bach, Complete Lute Suites, Sharon Isbin

Dance of the Blessed Spirits: Music for Flute and Harp, Nora Schulman and Judy Loman

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