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The Eighth Hour Of Amduat

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Track listing: Mistress Prayer; Satisfying Her Lord & Mysterious Caverns; Tower’s Prayer; Netherworld Cavern; Tomb Of The Gods Cavern; Baracolle; Knives At War; Mourning And She Who Annihilates The Ignorant Caverns; Ra Calls The Rams; Envelopes Her Images & Uniting Darkness Caverns; Removing Her Ba-Souls Cavern; Ra Dances With Rams; Great Of Torches Cavern; Dawn March.

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Dave Soldier: The Eighth Hour Of Amduat

Read "The Eighth Hour Of Amduat" reviewed by Troy Dostert

The idea of crafting a classical/jazz opera from an ancient Egyptian funerary papyrus would probably be too much for most ordinary mortals to contemplate. But this kind of thing isn't at all unexpected for Dave Soldier, whose dedication to unusual and surprising projects has defined his long avocation in music. (His primary calling is as a ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dave Soldier: The Eighth Hour Of Amduat

Read "The Eighth Hour Of Amduat" reviewed by Roger Farbey

Let's be honest, this extraordinary recording isn't going to float everyone's boat. However, there are a lot of highly praiseworthy elements to be assimilated in this hour long CD. Dave Soldier (real name Dr. Dave Sulzer, a neuroscientist at Columbia University) has assembled an avant-garde jazz opera based on the oldest known musical score (the 8th ...


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