Rosslyn Song

My friend Kris Kinosis who leads sacred tours of Scotland has a strong connection with the tour guides who work in the chapel. He got permission for me to have a few minutes to set up my bowls and sing. This was one of the greatest joys of my life. The sound in there was so resonant. Hopefully you can catch a little of the sound and spirit. I offer Song Bath twice a month in my Whidbey Island Community. Find out more.

Recorded on my iphone on October 5, 2018.

3 comments on “Rosslyn Song

  1. Mark Fossey

    Hi Deborah

    Love it, moving & so sensual for the soul. You may be aware already but just in case not I mention carvings in Rosslyn Chapel have been ‘decoded’ as a musical score. The images representing the pattern ‘sand’ forms when a specific note tuned drum is sounded with the sand forming a pattern from the reverberations on top. It has a casual page on Wiki if you did want a quick reference. I love yours though perhaps more for not being so well defined, the reason too I love the Soul Cards so much, you gift them to everyone’s soul to interpret intuitively & individually themselves.

    Have a great day, Mark

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    1. Deborah Koff-Chapin Post author

      Thank you Mark – Sorry for the delay – I just saw this. Yes I am aware of the patterns at the chapel that have been interpreted as music. I love Rosslyn chapel and have been there a few times, drawing in the crypt and under the great yew tree behind the castle. I am working on a new deck right now which will include some faces drawn there. If you are on my email list you will receive notice in Sept when they are released. gratitude, Deborah

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  2. Anne Hosanah Roe

    So beautiful Deborah,
    I was at the Chapel in 2016 with my daughter
    And grandson. This song touched me deeply.

    Many blessings !

    Anne Hosanah

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