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Deep Flute Dulcinea


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Listen to the story of how this CD came to be, accompanied by the music of Huffman and Sheeran

“Savannah’s squares may be public, but they feel private. Their massive, gnarled oaks – dripping with Spanish moss – create an insular mood, not to mention a deep shade… So lazy and calming are these ancient parcels that they act as a narcotic. The temptation is to lose yourself in reverie, to slip irretrievably into a gossamer world of indifference and fantasy.” – Jolee Edmondson, writing of her hometown in Sky magazine

Did I think the idea would make money? No.

Did I believe it would change the world? No.

Was it part of a popular trend? No.

When I asked 2 rare musicians to spend a year together, it was because I knew the music needed to exist. Do you sometimes wake up in the morning and know exactly what you’re supposed to do? This was one of those days. “Put Mark Huffman and Phil Sheeran into a studio together and listen to what wafts out.”

Huffman’s mournful, alto flute calls deep to the shadows beneath the trees when the air is warm and there is no breeze. That dark chocolate flute exhales rich, medieval tunes to slow the pulse and quiet the mind, lowering you ever deeper into the narcotic embrace of Savannah’s moss-laden giants on a sultry, summer afternoon.

Conversely, Phil Sheeran is a Latin Jazz guitarist who makes his strings sing crystal; sharp notes tripping brightly on tiptoes, glittering in the sunlight, twinkling and sparkling like light along a blade.

I’d heard them separately. Now I wanted to hear them together. It would be like watching an episode of Mister Rogers Neighborhood with a zigzagging Zorro slicing the air into confetti around him.

That music needed to exist. And now it does.

The CD is mostly Huffman, with Sheeran appearing only now and again. Too often would be too much.

Each CD is uniquely packaged inside a 68-page book that tells the story of the music and Chapel Dulcinea and of how they both came to be. Each of these glossy-finished, hardback books is the same size as a traditional CD case.

With only 1,000 copies printed, DeepFlute Dulcinea is among the rarest of all collector’s items.

I’d buy one before they’re all gone.

Listen to a sample.

Roy H. Williams

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