For Lovers of Meditation

Gabriel's Song

Gabriel's Song is a wonderful spiritual journey, overflowing with love and light. It is serene and deeply moving, a dedication to Archangel Gabriel. This music forms a bridge between you and your angels, a conduit for angelic communication. 

Gabriel's Song - Meditation Music

Duration: 60 minutes of music
Artist: Christopher Lloyd Clarke
Delivery: Immediate MP3 Download - Worldwide
Price: $9.95
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A few words about this angelic meditation music

Gabriel’s Song is a very spiritual musical journey that’s overflowing with love and light. This music is serene, but it's also very moving and often blooms into sweeping, emotive passages that speak of the elation one might feel in the divine presence of Archangel Gabriel.

A nebulous expanse of lustrous, glittering sounds form the backdrop to this music, which features angelic choirs and lush orchestral instrumentation. It creates a truly angelic atmosphere, deeply relaxing and effortlessly soothing. It lifts you up and deposits you straight into pure relaxation heaven. 


A few words from the composer, Christopher Lloyd Clarke...

This is quite possibly the most emotional and the most spiritual music I have ever created. It's certainly the most angelic. Given that I have dedicated this song to Archangel Gabriel, I do hope I’ve suffused this music with enough beauty, love and light to do him justice. 

I’ve tried to strike a balance between serenity and emotional depth in this composition. On one hand I want to stir your feelings, engage your heart. But on the other hand I want you to relax, to find a calm space within and settle into it. That balance is the key to this music. It’s the key to giving you, dear listener, a musical experience that hints at the wonder and mystery of an angelic presence. 




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