Musician, Pianist, Composer, Vocalist, Artist

New song release for International Women’s Day!

Happy International Women’s Day!

In honor of this special day, I am thrilled to release a new song titled, ‘Fragrances of Holiness’ – a prayer for women – recorded with my son last year before he left for university.  I had longed to record a piece with him and this is the result of our collaboration.  Having the opportunity to record him on the electric and acoustic guitars as I sang was such a blissful experience!  

The song is now available for download on my website with an elegant bonus download of the lyrics for you to enjoy.  Click here to listen to and purchase the song. 

As it is International Women’s Day, I thought it would be a lovely opportunity to share the song with friend’s you appreciate.  If you would like to send the song as a gift to friends or loved ones, the website has a feature enabling you to do so.  Simply click on the ‘Send as Gift’ link under the track and fill in the details.    

You may find this piece is different from my usual style so do let me know what you think in the comments below.  Enjoy!

Wishing you all a joyous International Women’s Day!

Have a listen to ‘Fragrances of Holiness’ below.

In a previous blog, I share a video teaser of recording a small piano part in the beginning of the song.  Check it out here.

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Fragrances of Holiness - A Prayer for Women cover


  1. Beautiful song elika for international women’s day and your son on guitar your son and daughter seems to have your artistic talents this is my favorite prayer for women i say it everyday.
    blessings to you and your family.
    Love Kimberly

  2. Thank you! So sweet and lofty!

  3. Beautiful as usual

  4. So glad you enjoyed the piece Mark.
    Dear Kimberly, how wonderful that this is your favorite prayer for women! I love this prayer too.

  5. Yes, it is a different style, but I like it. Thank you for it!

  6. Thank you Benoit. And most welcome Eileen. Glad you like the different style. :)