Ruach Ha Koidesh

Ani Williams plays and sings 'Ruach Ha Koidesh' - 'Holy Breath / Holy Spirit' - together with her audience at a concert in Rennes-les-Bains Church, France, on October 12, 2014. Filmed and edited by Stephen Michael more >


Live performance in Rennes-les-Bains Church in Languedoc, France, October 12, 2014. 'She' was composed by Ani Williams and originally recorded on 'Children of the Sun' CD available at Filmed and edited by Stephen more >

Walking Through

“We are the love that moves the stars We are the song that changes everything, We are the love that moves the world Our time is now, the season of the heart. We are the people, our time is NOW. We are the people walking through to a new world!” Walking Through was filmed in 2012 at Brenac Church, Languedoc, France by Stephen Michael Marcus for the DVD ‘Ani Williams Live in Sacred France’. I first recorded it in 1999 on the CD ‘Shemah–The Calling’. The lyrics were inspired by the world teacher Jean Houston and are so very appropriate…read more >

Fragrance of Fire

Ani Williams enchants with a performance of her modern Troubadour composition "Fragrance of Fire" in the church of Serre in the French Languedoc. July 2014. Filmed and edited by Stephen M. more >

Maria Sophia

Ani Williams performs her beautiful composition a capella with Tibetan bowls in the church of Serre in the French Languedoc. July 2014. Filmed and edited by Stephen M. more >

Viva Santa Maria

'Viva La Santa Maria'  by Ani Williams This song was inspired by the annual festival of the Three Marys and Saint Sara at Les Saintes Maries de la Mer, France. In late May every year, pilgrims and gypsies arrive for the processions to the, dance, prayers and rituals of baptismal cleansing in the Mediterranean. The legend of Provence says that after the crucifixion, many of the inner circle of family and disciples of Jesus fled Palestine and arrived on the shore of this seaside village in a boat with no oars. Thus began the spreading of the way of…read more >

Garden of Blue Roses

'Garden of Blue Roses' by Ani Williams from the CD 'Garden of the Magdalene'. "In the garden of blue roses, I met Our Lady there. And lying quite close beside her, the Unicorn so fair." The Unicorn tapestries weave the love story of Our Lady and the Unicorn, symbolic of the epic love between Solomon and Sheba in the Song of Songs of the Bible. It is also the love story of Mary Magdalene and Yeshua and their meeting in the Garden of Gethsemane: "In the Garden of Gethsemane, the Sun and Moon did meet, And spreading o'er the kingdom,…read more >

Salt of the Earth

'Salt of Earth' by Ani Williams—Live in concert in Brenac Church, Languedoc, France. June 2012  ©Ani Williams. Produced and directed by Stephen Michael Marcus. "Two thousand years was not in vain, in every woman you rise again..." This song was inspired by Mary Magdalene, who was the first to see her beloved Yeshua in the garden after the crucifixion. She was a true seer, a woman who saw all. She was sometimes called the Salt of the Earth, the Light of the World. This song is dedicated to Kathleen McGowen and Filip Coppens and is featured on Ani's CD Song of…read more >

Salt of Earth

Ani Williams describes the inspiration of her song "Salt of Earth", a deep tribute to Mary Magdalene, and plays and sings in a circle of friends at a home in the High Valley of the Aude in ancient Cathar more >