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Music Video: Deep Field

Artisit: Eric Whitacre & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2018
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 29:44

  • Copyright: Eric Whitacre & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

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Reviews For Deep Field By Artist Eric Whitacre & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Religious Experience

    By Dr. Brahms
    Amazing music with an amazing visual journey! I will certainly keep watching and listening for more from Eric Whitacre. It is such a joy to discover new music and new experiences! Truly a "religious experience" no matter your background!
  • A Masterful Fusion of Art and Science

    By auntie-xochitl
    “Deep Field” is a fusion of visual and aural compositions – each, by themselves - is stunning; yet when combined together, is a mesmerizing masterpiece for our eyes and ears. It overflows with exquisite astronomical images of our Universe as revealed through Science to bring a soaring Secular uplift and a primal Spiritual awe that only Nature can evoke! Each “blink” brings gorgeous images that float by in the boundless darkness of Space. The music is ethereal and pure, in both its simplicity and complexity. Sound waves are beautifully represented as lacy, feathery fireworks. The final part of the choir piece struck me as a metaphor for Earth breathing: inhaling and exhaling, as a single organism - which She is - in the vast expanse of Space. Watching “Deep Field” was a meditative experience that elevated me above worldly worries and melted day-to-day concerns into petty nothingness, if even for just a moment. It was best viewed on a large screen in a darkened room. How I wish that Galileo, Hubble, and other historic astronomers could have viewed this film! Their work planted the seeds for this masterful work of Art and Science. Thank you, Eric Whitacre, and to ALL involved for accomplishing this colossal project and inviting the world to sing along.

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