'Lapis' meaning 'stone' in Latin, and 'lazhuward' meaning blue in Persian give Lapis Lazuli its original translation. This rich blue has purple undertones which bring depth to the night skies. It's place as a colour for the heavens above is fitting since the Ancient Egyptians regarded it as a heavenly stone. This shamza, meaning 'sun', honours the place of Lapis in the sky. The call of lapis to the heavens above is expressed through traditional patterns and their intricate harmonies. This song of Lapis is a testament to the circularity of nature.