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Ornament of Hope

New 24-bit Mastering from the Original Recordings!

Recorded in 1978 and released in 1979, Do’a’s second album expands from a duo with the addition of acoustic bass, tabla, drums, santour, and a wide variety of percussion, wind and string instruments.

Read the reviews or listen to samples of the songs.

    1. Zenith mp3|wma
    2. Crystal Streams mp3|wma
    3. Song of the Dove mp3|wma
    4. Oneness mp3
    5. Village Earth mp3
    6. Ornament of Hope mp3
    7. Dance of the Children mp3
    8. The Valley of Search mp3

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If you're interested in this CD, you might also want to consider:

Doa-TheEarly Years   Do'a The Early Years. Includes select songs from Light Upon Light and Ornament of Hope are available on one compilation CD.
Legacy  

LEGACY: Complete Works of Do'a—Randy Armstrong & Ken LaRoche. 5 Compact Discs & 16 Page Booklet featuring the complete recordings of: Light Upon Light, Ornament of Hope, Ancient Beauty, Companions, World Dance

Reviews

"A rich collection of compositions featuring traditional and archaic instruments which provide the listener with a sense of peace tinged with a certain sadness that isn’t found very often in today’s music. This is spiritual jazz." —Billboard’s Top Album Picks: Ornament of Hope

"I commend to you, the listener, this rich pot-pourri that is Do’a. Listen well, and savor: music can nourish a hungry soul." —Paul Winter

9000     philo rounder
Originally released by Philo Records and Rounder Records