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The year 2020 has become the year of reVISION for all humanity, so we decided to release a message from the “Mother of Souls” album specially edited for the winter solstice 2020. This is a new version of the piece of poetry “A Call to Prayer” from the “Mother of Souls” album featuring Zola Dubnikova and all of the musicians that participated in the track “The Winds will bring you Home”.

If you are interested you can download the full album “Mother of Souls” which includes this track.

Credits

Music: Life (via Estas Tonne)
Estas Tonne (Guitar)
Zola Dubnikova (Poetry)
Joseph Pepe Danza (Percussions)
Yonatan Bar Rashi (Bongos)
Liat Zion (Vocals)
Michael Shulman (Violin)
Dimitri Artemenko (Violin)
Elyasaf Bashari (Bass)
Artur Krasnobaev (Trumpet)
Sound: Recording, Mix, Mastering: Leon Galperin (SoundPro Studios)
Visuals: Design, Film, Editing: Geri Dagys (Geri Dagys Photography)
Produced: ETmusic

Disclaimer

All filming and musical work are done solely at our own expense.
Some downloads are FREE…based on your CONCEPT of a DONATION…click the DOWNLOAD button (where you can choose either to have it for free or donate something) and enjoy the ride!!! ♥ ♥ ♥
All this music intended for personal pleasure and sharing!
if you wish to incorporate it for commercial use please send us an email describing what is it intended for!

If you got it for free and wish to contribute later, you can always send a donation via an official site.
Your support is greatly appreciated and helps to co-create more art.

Copyright

All content on this website, such as text, graphics, logos, and images is the property of ETMusic or its content contributors and is protected by international copyright laws. The selection, arrangement, and presentation of all materials on this website and the overall design of this website are the exclusive property of ETMusic and protected by international copyright laws and the laws of great mystery.

NOW AVAILABLE

NL-Spotify-BLACK
NL-Tidal-BLACK
NL-Deezer-BLACK
NL-Bandcamp-BLACK

The year 2020 has become the year of reVISION for all humanity, so we decided to release a message from the “Mother of Souls” album specially edited for the winter solstice 2020. This is a new version of the piece of poetry “A Call to Prayer” from the “Mother of Souls” album featuring Zola Dubnikova and all of the musicians that participated in the track “The Winds will bring you Home”.

If you are interested you can download the full album “Mother of Souls” which includes this track.

Credits

Music: Life (via Estas Tonne)
Estas Tonne (Guitar)
Zola Dubnikova (Poetry)
Joseph Pepe Danza (Percussions)
Yonatan Bar Rashi (Bongos)
Liat Zion (Vocals)
Michael Shulman (Violin)
Dimitri Artemenko (Violin)
Elyasaf Bashari (Bass)
Artur Krasnobaev (Trumpet)
Sound: Recording, Mix, Mastering: Leon Galperin (SoundPro Studios)
Visuals: Design, Film, Editing: Geri Dagys (Geri Dagys Photography)
Produced: ETmusic

Disclaimer

All filming and musical work are done solely at our own expense.
Some downloads are FREE…based on your CONCEPT of a DONATION…click the DOWNLOAD button (where you can choose either to have it for free or donate something) and enjoy the ride!!! ♥ ♥ ♥
All this music intended for personal pleasure and sharing!
if you wish to incorporate it for commercial use please send us an email describing what is it intended for!

If you got it for free and wish to contribute later, you can always send a donation via an official site.
Your support is greatly appreciated and helps to co-create more art.

Copyright

All content on this website, such as text, graphics, logos, and images is the property of ETMusic or its content contributors and is protected by international copyright laws. The selection, arrangement, and presentation of all materials on this website and the overall design of this website are the exclusive property of ETMusic and protected by international copyright laws and the laws of great mystery.

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