Mote of Dust in a Sunbeam (single) by Juan María Solare
Mote of Dust in a Sunbeam (single)
Mote of Dust in a Sunbeam (single) by Juan María Solare
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Mote of Dust in a Sunbeam (single), for piano, by Juan María Solare
 
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Janus Music & Sound, JMS-001

Mote of Dust in a Sunbeam (single)

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Mote of Dust in a Sunbeam (single)
piano & composition:
Juan María Solare
- Music composed, performed and produced by Juan María Solare

- Cover Image: Juan María Solare, based on a picture by Austin Ban
"Mote of Dust in a Sunbeam" is a single for solo piano composed by Juan María Solare (an Argentine musician who lives in Germany).

Cover image: by Juan María Solare, bad on a photography by Austin Ban.

Release: 26 July 2017.

This is a download-only album. If you want a physical edition, you will have to contact the composer and negotiate.

Label Janus Music & Sound,
catalogue number: JMS-999
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Mote of Dust in a Sunbeam | piano music by Juan María Solare | cover art: Juan María Solare based on a picture by Austin Ban
Mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam was composed in Bremen (Germany) on 30th January 2017, shortly after knowing about the death of Uwe Kolkmeyer, musician and caricaturist to whom this piano piece is dedicated in memoriam.

The title refers to a thought by Carl Sagan: planet earth is a mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam. An old idea that, of course, was not expressed by him for the first and only time. In Sufism exists an allegory according to which the essences of the possible beings do exist in the darkness before being manifested by the divine light, as the motes of dust suspended in the air in a darken room don't become visible until they are lit by a light ray.