It sometimes pays to turn to other creative disciplines as a reference point when trying to convey musical concepts. This is one of those times. It is not enough to use words such as understated and spacious when describing “Beautiful Earth”, the new song from Jennifer Harper, although the piece undoubtedly falls easily into such categories. It is better to turn to the language and imagery art.

If music is often akin to an oil painting, with thick sonic brush strokes creating bold musical hues…

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