The Celestine Prophecy - A Musical Voyage
by Christopher Franke (New Age)

The official music for the best-selling book "The Celestine Prophecy"

# Title Time Listen
1 The Celestine Theme 5:41 mp3
2 Guided Dream To The Manuscript 5:35
3 Viciente 5:28
4 A Radient Band Of Light 4:32 mp3
5 Jensen - The Energy Thief 3:55 mp3
6 Mystical Experience On The Mountain 5:30 mp3
7 The Mission Of Father Sanchez 5:40
8 Illumination 4:30
9 Scene At The Crossroads 4:09 mp3
10 The Quest For Unity 5:00
11 Confrontation 5:13 mp3
12 The Mystery Of The Ruins - Wil's Transformation 6:40

Album Cover

Sonic Images Record
June 11, 1996

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Music Composed by Christopher Franke
Music Performed by Christopher Franke and the Berlin Symphonic Film Orchestra
Conducted by Alan Wagner
Choral Director: Dennis Parnell
Recorded and Produced by Edgar Rothermich
Recording Assistant:Rudy Panke
Ethno-Musicologist:Alex Acuna

Paul Horn: American Flute & Chinese Flute
Andy Abad: Acoustic Guitars, Ukulele & Charango
Kazu Matsui: Shakuhachi & Japanese Flutes
Doerte Lau: Glas Harmonium
Jie Chen: Tibetan Voices
Paul Frederick: Metaphone & Santur
Taiwanes Nay Tribe: Aboriginal Chanting
Karen Han: Er-Hu & Chinese Violin
Arturo Garcia Orozco: SanPona & Peruvian Flutes
Brice Martin: Digerido & Australien Flutes
Jim Walker: Pan Flute & Bamboo Flute
Sirah Vettese: Vocals
Jim Gilstrap: African Voices
Ray Yslas: Peruvian & African Percussion
Li-Chun Chang: Throat Voices
Katie Kirkpatrick: Celtic & Irish Harp
Deborah Holland: Celtic Voices & Vocals


Having grown weary of the continuous stream of the tiresome even iritating recordings being produced
today, Christopher Franke's "The Celestine Prophecy" succeeded in bringing me back to the joy of listening
to music again.
        -  Roy Rutanen on 4/18/97 

Christopher Franke's adaptation of James Redfield's best-selling book The Celestine Prophecy is layered
 with worldbeat flourishes, drawing from all manners of Eastern and ancient musics. Franke layers  rhythms 
and sonic textures, from African percussion to sampled pianos and high falsetto vocals. By and  large, the 
soundscapes are evocative, even if they aren't necessarily evocative of the book itself. Nevertheless, 
The Celstine Prophecy is yet another impressive work from one of the most gifted and  adventerous new age 
composers of the '80s and '90s.
      -  Rodney Batdorf