by Andrew Pacholyk MS L.Ac ~

Compiled for a journey I experienced on Easter Sunday, 2011, this is a musical tribute to the World Trade Center. The music expresses the overwhelming sense of loss, love and resurrection I felt when I went to pay my respects. Adding music and its therapeutic aspects to any situation, can bring together the power of heighten awareness, moving the healing process to another level.

I thought it would be a wonderful opportunity to share some of my most favorite musical inspirations. These melodies cross several eras, styles and themes and ring true for me through their message, rhythms and tempo. Discover how pain and redemption can be expressed in song. I call this list:

Andrew’s Sacred Memorium Playlist

1. Mussorgsky: A Night On Bald Mountain
2. Ave Maria, Op. 52 No. 6
3. Peaceful Light (Kiev Chant)
4. The Immortal Fountain of Light…/a>
Voices of Light
6. Light Out of Darkness
7. Sarabanda in Memoriam
8. On the Transmigration of Souls
9. Come Sunday
10. Adagio For Strings
11. Symphony No. 3
12. Hudson River Suite: The River
13. Quiet City
14. Four Last Songs: III. Going To Sleep
15. Symphony No. 3, Symphony of Sorrowful Songs: Lento e Largo
16. Metamorphosen For 23 Solo Strings
17. The Lark Ascending
18. Rachmaninov: Vespers (All-Night Vigil), Op.37 – 6. “Bogoroditse Devo”
19. Mozart: Requiem
20. Shall We Gather at the River, Santa Fe Desert Chorale
21. God Be With You Till We Meet Again, Mormon Tabernacle Choir
22. Benedictus (from The Armed Man), Karl Jenkins
23. A Hymn for the Lost and the Living (In Memorium 9/11/01)