Emanuel Schulz
Elisabeth Schulz

Genre: Mysthical pop
Last Album: VishnuMaya Song
Year: 2019

VishnuMaya Song

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Music Meditation

Music for left Vishuddi Meditation.

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The Album

1. The light of day
2. Avatar
3. At the end of days
4. The road is long
5. Love is our destiny
6. Mother
7. Departure
8. Wedding Song
9. Shivo ham
10. Avatar - devotional version
11. Tell me why

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Eliem calls the style of their songs “mythical pop“ or “devotional pop“ created with influences of classical and film music. All the songs are inspired by the qualities of the divine feminine. It is music that aspires to connect to the unconscious so when heard can resonate with the inner being.

“With our mythical pop songs ,especially with our vocal arrangements, we want to express the quality of the sacred or divine feminine, an important part of our inner being. We try to connect to our inner qualities (archetypes) and awaken them with our music. Further we want to give comfort to people in difficult times and create a meditative mood.“

Eliem (Elisabeth & Emanuel Schulz) are classical musicians from Vienna.

Elisabeth Schulz performed concerts as a pianist and cellist f.e. at the Vienna Musikverein, the Vienna Konzerthaus and the Riverside Theatre New York.She is also a  singer of intercultural concerts such as „Mozart in India“ with performances at Vienna Festwochen and Festival Allegro Vivo. She has worked as a pedagogue with the Vienna Boys Choir and the Theresianum Vienna. Recently she published a book about the effect of music on the personality of human beings.

Emanuel Schulz conducted classical concerts f.e. at the Vienna Musikverein, the Vienna State Opera and the Tokyo Opera City. Since 2003 he is musical director of the “Mozart Concerts Schloss Stuppach“. In 2008 he conducted the premiere recording of Nino Rota‘s “missing movement“ to Mozart’s Horn Concerto with Stefan Dohr (1st Hornplayer of the Berlin Philharmonic). As a composer he received commissions from the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the Vienna Boys Choir. Besides all this, he composed Corporate Music (Hotel Imperial Vienna) and Theatre Music („Mahabharata“ at Museumsquartier Vienna). He has worked as a padagogue at the University of Bloemfontein (SA) and the Gustav Mahler Academy Bolzano (artistic director: Claudio Abbado).