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Devin Hurd

Hey, thanks for the rich and thoughtful post. I've had similar reflections on the subject of religious freedom when I have the headphones on to protect me from that "fish-out-of-water" feeling of being around more conservative branches of the family tree.
Great to learn about a church that reveres John Coltrane. He's about as strong and deep a source of inspiration as they come... so why not?
And at 500+ compositions over six decades Hovhaness is a rich treasure waiting to be experienced.

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