Two words often used to describe this album are ‘inspirational’ and ‘uplifting’. The songs are especially appreciated by people who are in transition, who are healing from loss, or who are seeking encouragement.
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Listened to and loved in hospices, clinics and care homes
California-based clinical psychologist David Feinstein, PhD, heard Ann’s music while he was writing Rituals for Living and Dying. “I think you were meant to write music for people who are dying,” he told Ann by phone. They ended up creating Serenade at the Doorway together and it was soon being listened to and loved in hospices, clinics and care homes.
Ann began giving workshops and keynote talks which expanded into nine countries. One year after the album’s release she was inducted into the Order of Canada in recognition of her ‘performing and healing arts’. (1991)
“Ann has created a masterpiece in this recording. Her years of travel, spiritual searching, performing, writing and a deep desire to touch bases with her roots in Africa, all come to fruition. I was deeply moved, and I think you will be, too.” Paul Horn