Jeff Hale

Jeff Hale

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New Age - Alternative | Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Total Song Plays: 97   
Member Since: 2012
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Plays:

62

Song Description

The Speaker for the Dead is a short piece inspired by the ideas of Orson Scott Card. He wrote in his book of the same title about his main character Ender having become a Speaker for the Dead. This is a pseudo-priest figure who represents a neutral third party between the deceased and their family, friends, and the rest of their world. A Speaker learns everything possible about the deceased and at any point after their passing, gives an oration to those who choose to gather to hear it. This speech aims to absolve the deceased of any misconceptions. It is the story of the dead told through their own actions and perceptions of their own life. This piece is a representation of the feelings of one person present at an oration given by a Speaker about a passed loved one. It represents sorrow and grief, which morphs into understanding and an internal dismissal of guilt.

Song Length
3:39
Genres
Classical - Contemporary, Classical - Romantic
Tempo / Feel
Floating
Lead Vocal
Instrumental
Moods
Gloomy, Blissful

Subject Matter
Darkness, Sorrow

Similar Artists
Hans Zimmer, John Williams
Language
No Language
Era
2000 and later

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