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No, I am not roaming aimlessly

for solo flute

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Estimated Duration
11 - 15min

ISMN : 979-0-2325-3224-0

Notes on this piece
“ No I am not roaming aimlessly” is based on two ideologies; Dialogical Self Theory & Sufism. Dialogical Self Theory weaves two concepts, self and dialogue, together in such a way that a more profound understanding of the interconnection of self and society is achieved. Usually, the concept of self refers to something “internal,” something that takes place within the mind of the individual person,while dialogue is typically associated with something “external.” The composite concept “dialogical self” goes beyond the self-other dichotomy by infusing the external to the internal and, in reverse, to introduce the internal into the external. As functioning as a “society of mind”,the self is populated by multiplicity of “self-positions” that have the possibility to entertain dialogical relationships with each other. The form and the context of this Dialogue is inspired and shaped based on a poem by Rumi and the sincere definition of Sufism; The search for the center, for the inner state of mystical love; a deeper identity or essential self and the Unity of Being. Sufism is the selfless experience and actualization of the Truth, which involves an enlightened inner being, not intellectual proof; revelation and witnessing, not logic. The practice of Sufism is the intention to go towards the Truth, by means of love and devotion. The truth of Sufism requires reformulation and fresh expression in every age. The Sufi is one who is a lover of Truth, who is eager and persistent, and by means of love and devotion moves towards the Truth, Clarity and the perfection which we are all seeking. No I am not roaming aimlessly around the streets and bazaar I am a lover searching for his beloved God have mercy on me I am walking around troubled I have done wrong and sinned and am walking around wounded I have drunk the wine of desire and am strolling around beloved Though I may seem drunk I am quite sober By Rumi translated by Farah Aziz
Score Details
Format - A3 / Tabloid
Pages - 22

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