Kerri Powles : Metamorphosis


Butterfly_adult_emerging_chrysalis_all_steps

Artist: Kerri Powles

Genre: Classical

Sub Genres: New Age

About Track: This piece describes the strange metamorphosis of the butterfly emerging from it's alien-like structure (chrysalis) out into the sun to dry, to live such a brief yet beautiful existence. Depending on the species some live only weeks, whilst some of the bigger varieties can live up to 9 months.

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Kerri Powles, Brecon, Powys, Wales

Kerri Powles Flag
over 7 years ago

Thanks Allen :)

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Rob Darby, Oakley

Rob Darby Flag
over 7 years ago

Nicely done representational piece!

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Christina Gagnon, Warrenton

Christina Gagnon Flag
over 7 years ago

Very beautiful and evocative trackā€¦

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Ingrid Wood, Brielle

Ingrid Wood Flag
over 7 years ago

Kerri! Long time no chat :) Lovely piece indeed... I felt my blood pressure going down haha! Thank you for your talent.

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Kerri Powles, Brecon, Powys, Wales

Kerri Powles Flag
over 7 years ago

Many thanks everyone for your lovely comments. Sorry for delay in replying, haven't been on site for a while.

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Paidra Delayno, Albany

Paidra Delayno Flag
over 7 years ago

very nice song, Kerri. so relaxing....................

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Allen Morey Flag
over 7 years ago

cool sound.

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Raine Carosin, Germiston

Raine Carosin Flag
almost 7 years ago

Beautiful! Remembering 'The NutCracker Suite"... I used the "worm into a butterfly" analogy, in fact, I use it a lot, to explain things such as not interfering with nature, because people tend to want to 'save' the 'worm' from turning when it goes into the coccoon, and also try to help the butterfly or moth out of the coccoon, which are both detrimental to the life of the creature. For instance, when a creature is dying, we tend to want to save it, when in actual fact, it is going through a metamorphosis, and that nature sometimes gives us glimpses of what it is like to pass from one body to the next... Anyways, just as you shared your beautiful composition, I thought I should share something, too, with you... Hope you are well... All fine here... Nearly Summer! xxx

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Kerri Powles, Brecon, Powys, Wales

Kerri Powles Flag
almost 7 years ago

Once again many thanks Raine and Paidra, and apologies for late response.

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