Rosemary Brown was a quite
remarkable medium in that her limited musical
talents were employed by the souls of 'dead'
composers to notate their new pieces, which they
had written in the Spirit World.
to scoff at such claims, but the proof of the
pudding is in the eating - and the famous pianist
Peter Katin was impressed enough by her
compositions to record a number of them which had
been published by Paxton Music in an album called
Brown Piano Album.
Katin's renditions can be heard on the Philips #Stereo LP No: 6500
musical album and this LP (Long Playing) record
may still be available from specialist outlets on
the Internet, or from second-hand book- and
Brown, Novello & Company Ltd write, 'Although
there has been much scepticism, many musicians of
note - among them Richard Rodney Bennett,
Professor Ian Parrot, and John Lill, have shown
great interest (in her works).'
mediumship made itself known at the age of seven
when she was contacted by a spirit person - the
Hungarian composer, Franz Liszt. After
this, he visited her more often and also brought
with him many other famous 'dead' composers.
recalls that on occasions a few of her spirit
visitors would actually use their own hands to
'overshadow' hers on the keyboard, in order to
better compose their music.
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fact that she had received only minimal musical
training, Rosemary worked tirelessly with her
spirit visitors and laboriously took down many
hundreds of their spirit-inspired compositions,
note by note. Hundreds of impressive pieces were
transcribed through her mediumship, each bearing
the unique style of its 'deceased' author.
Over many years, such musical
giants as Brahms, Bach, Rachmaninov, Schubert,
Grieg, Debussy, Chopin, Liszt, Beethoven,
Schumann and other notables forged strong
mediumistic links with her, and in her
at my Elbow she
records her close association with these
charismatic masters of music.
Rosemary could see her
spirit visitors quite clearly, and could describe
the sounds of their voices and even what clothing
they were wearing.
Anyone who loves music
and who is searching into the reality of
mediumship would be advised to acquire the works
of Rosemary Brown.
Rosemary Brown's Books
Immortals at my Elbow (1974)
Look Beyond Today (1986)
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