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Words and music. Tunes that seem to fit the characters in the Abram Project. Music mainly from classic film themes. These are small samples onlys. The full music tracks are available on itunes

1. Abram. Young enthusiastic, a simpleton, or just plain naivety. A Song “Would you want to talk with me lord.” >>

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2. Abram's song. Maybe everything starts with a dream something we hope for. Under the circumstances of the age and the world he lived in was that surprising. What is possible when the Voice initiates a life long meeting."I have a dream of love profound". Words and music >>>

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3. Terah the father of Abram. The compromised man willing to bend and fit in with the  circumstances of the day.

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4. Mother of Abram. Totally hooked on her idols, fearfull of upsetting the Gods. Words and music >>>

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5. Gods song. "Come unto me". Music and words by Don Francisco. Exactly what God would have said to Abram.

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6. Idol Sellers Song. In the market in the cosmopolitan city of Ur. The idol selling never stops.Cheeky upbeat song. Thoughts and music >>>

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7. Just a laugh. Boys escapade at the temple of Ur. Thoughts and music >>>

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8. Background music themes. Film music from Jurassic Park or Superman. Thoughts and music >>>

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9. At the temple. (Main theme from film Zulu);

10. Temple dancers. Vespers from casino Royal. 

11. Temple choir. Chant "O gods hear our prayer" and pieces like "Non Nobis Domine" - not unto us not unto us O lord but unto your name give glory.

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12.Background music. Sad and lamenting, for part of the story. Asholan farewell from the American Civil War. Sample only. Music available on itunes
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Comments: If you want to know more, are interested or musically like a challenge, contact me.
The Story is basically complete and so each section allows the composer, song writer to see what the music is meant to enforce, and what words are applicable.
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