The Internal Movement Echoes

by Christian Culak

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1.
02:10
2.
04:01
3.
04:25
4.
01:08
5.
04:42
6.
05:48
7.
04:32
8.
04:02
9.
01:20
10.
04:37
11.
03:00
12.
02:48

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The Internal Movement Echoes is a single 42 minute composition separated into 12 movements. It is based on a concept of time being internal by the perception of the individual. There are many themes within the instrumental of the music that involve variations of time concepts such as time repeating itself, the non-linear concept of time, as well as the forward progression that we use time to measure our existence and events throughout history.

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released 14 March 2014
Written by Christian Culak
Recorded at Pristine Sound Studios
Mixed and Mastered by Garen Tijerina
Artwork and Arrangements by Roberto Napolitano Studio

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Track Name: XII
One of the biggest concerns of our existence is time.

We feel time progress as if it were beyond sense, but time is experienced through all of our senses and immortalized through a form of art.

Time is subject to our own structured perceptions.

Just as a moon eclipses a sun, time eclipses our existence amongst dreams, realities, fantasies, etherealities.

I, the individual, of many perceptions, have awed many fallen dreams.

Most believe time has to be linear, and contain a constant flow.

Our perceptions determine time as a reality; the individual has the mindpower to mask an ethereal perception of time.

Time is, and always will remain, internal.