Blossoms is a poem by Merrill Collins, illustrated with a dozen gorgeous photos of roses by Yvon Chausseblanche and 9 tracks of soothing and uplifting music inspired by the beauty of the rose. What would roses sound like if they could sing? Merrill's new composition captures perfect relation of a blossom to the sun, greeting, welcoming, following, waiting. Harmonizes the environment, just as fresh flowers themselves do. Simply ethereal...a healing musical expression of nature's unconditional love. Released in January, 2007, Merrill renders celestial melodies and nature sounds inspired by morning meditations in the Rose Garden and in the countryside. Featuring Merrill Collins on Steinway grand piano and harp/keyboards; Charles Moselle on bansuri flutes and shakahatchi; Bruce Mishkit on silver flute; Mike Knapp on 'cello. Nature sounds and Rose blossom photos by Yvon Chausseblanche. Take time to smell the roses!
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