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  • Audio CD (January 1, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Ontos Music
  • ASIN: B007Y56VIE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #265,653 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The soundtrack to the original play The Maiden of Stonehenge by the award-winning team of Stephen C. Lott and four-time GRAMMY® Nominee Michael Brant DeMaria. This moving musical odyssey portrays the riveting story of a young girl coming of age in ancient Britain. In an adventure of self-discovery, young Teagan journeys across a mythic land full of wild and wondrous creatures. An abandoned orphan girl, left to fend for herself, learns the healing powers of nature, water and her own voice as she finds her way to the mysterious Circle of Stones.

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DeMaria's score is rich in woodwind, percussion, ethnic instrumentation, piano and synthesized stylings that capture the essence of pre-Celtic Britain...DeMaria's score contains examples of what is called soul-singing - mystical songs that have the capacity to transport the listener. --Andrew Metzger, PNJ

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DeMaria composed and performed all of the music, playing a variety of flutes and whistles, percussion, voice, piano, and synthesizers.
Kathy Parsons
"Natura," "Spring of Solace" & "Healing Heart" are beautiful atmospherics, while "Anam Cara" uses piano, birds and ethereal voice to create a sense of well-being.
Lee Armstrong
Most of it is very soothing and creates the perfect atmosphere for my metaphysical studies, meditation, magick or just relaxation and quiet reflection.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kathy Parsons TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 18, 2012
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Michael Brant DeMaria has been something of a phenomenon in the healing/new age music realm with four consecutive #1 albums on the Zone Music Reporter charts, three Grammy Nominations for Best New Age Album, and several Album of the Year awards in the Native American, Ambient, Relaxation/Meditation, and World Music categories. DeMaria's newest release, "The Maiden of Stonehenge," takes his music in yet another direction. The music is the soundtrack to a play by the same name written by DeMaria and Stephen Lott, (who also co-wrote the the play "Siyotanka" several years ago). This time the play takes place in ancient Britain and tells the story of the coming of age of Teagan, a young, disfigured orphan girl abandoned and left to fend for herself. Her journey takes her across the mythic land where she meets wild and wondrous creatures while discovering the healing powers of nature, water, and her own voice. Two of the tracks feature 17-year-old Maggie Crain, who played the lead in the Pensacola Little Theatre production of the play in early 2012. DeMaria composed and performed all of the music, playing a variety of flutes and whistles, percussion, voice, piano, and synthesizers. As with all of Dr. DeMaria's projects, the music is soothing, enchanting, and powerfully emotional.

"Lost Village" begins the journey, introducing Teagan and showing how callously she is treated by the people of her village. Guitar, flute, and synth washes create a mood of deep sadness and loss. A "Mysterious Stranger" comes to Teagan's rescue, leading her to the Circle of Stones where she will be valued for her pure heart. The simple instrumentation of flute, guitar, and voices lifts the mood a bit, conveying hope.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael Diamond on November 2, 2012
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From the earthy ambience of his "Gaia" CD to the ethereal electronic explorations of his recent album "Bindu," Michael Brant DeMaria never fails to surprise and delight. His newest release, "The Maiden of Stonehenge," follows a change of direction and charts a course for the Celtic Isles. The CD is the soundtrack from a play by the same name produced by Michael and Stephen C. Lott. The album's liner notes trace the story line for each song. As an instrumentalist, Michael is well known for his Native flute and woodwind artistry. On this CD, he ventures into Celtic realms with the Low-D whistle and Hi-D whistle, as well as playing exotic wind instruments like the Fujara, Soljeflute, and Ultra Low G Drone flute. Michael also performs on various percussion, voice, piano, and synthesizers. Maggie Crain, a young vocalist with a hauntingly beautiful voice, provides a distinctive addition to Michael's sound on two songs. She was also the lead in the play.

The curtain rises on "Lost Village," in the days of yore. The music paints a misty portrait as a wistful flute melody hovers over a landscape of atmospheric synthesizer and a lute-like sound. Magic abounds in the "Enchanted Forest" where the sounds of nature blend with harp, flute, and synthesizers to cast their spell. Maggie Crain makes her entry on a song appropriately called "Chantress." Along with whispered words in an ancient tongue, her haunting voice evokes echoes of Enya. Michael's free flowing piano melody sets the stage on "Moonlight Myst" as flute and airy choirs complete the picture. The energy shifts to an earthier vibe on "Trowie Mor" with deep drones, rattles, and drums. This feel extends into the next track, which kicks up the rhythm a notch.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Raj Manoharan on November 26, 2012
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This CD is a soundtrack to Florida's Pensacola Little Theatre production of the same name co-written and coproduced by psychologist and recording artist Michael Brant DeMaria.

The play revolves around a young girl in Ancient Britain who sets out in search of acceptance and a new start, embarking on a deeply personal journey of exploration and self-discovery that culminates at the iconic assemblage of mythical stone structures in England.

As befits the mystical story and setting, the music is appropriately dark and mysterious, its nocturnal enchantment truly coming alive during a nighttime drive on forest roads beneath a starry sky. Given that the play revolves around an excursion, the album is ideal as a soundtrack for traveling. DeMaria works from a sonic reservoir full of keyboards and synthesizers, flutes, percussion, and chants, resulting in a rich, thought-provoking, otherworldly sound. Maggie Crain, the lead actress from the play, also provides serene vocals on a couple of tracks.

Judging from the song titles, themes, and story strands explained in the liner notes, I imagine that the music on this CD brings the play to life like no standard soundtrack could. However, the album also stands on its own as a penetrating piece of art conducive to pause and reflection.
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By BlacklightHalo on September 2, 2014
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With only a few exceptions, I love this album. Most of it is very soothing and creates the perfect atmosphere for my metaphysical studies, meditation, magick or just relaxation and quiet reflection. It also could and probably will make excellent music for massage therapy, reiki and other body and/or energy work. It's great background music - inventive, instrumentally diverse but not self-contradicting, and spiritual. This being said, I could really do without the bouncier tracks, like "Web of the Wyrd" and "Natura." I find their percussiveness disruptive and feel that they go against the more generally relaxing theme of the music. However, getting rid of these tracks in my collection those tracks still left eleven tracks worth of high-quality new-age vibe. Overall I give this album four out of five stars. Not quite an instant classic through-and-through, but totally worth having if nature-centric spirituality, healing and wellness, or general relaxation are your interest.
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