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Download links and information about Asia Music by Osamu Kitajima, Paul Buckmaster, Paul Horn, G. S. Sachdev, Geoffrey Hales, Stomu Yamash'Ta, David Parsons, Masakazu Yoshizawa, Dance Ensemble, Dip Tse Chok Ling Monastery Monks, Thupten Sephel, Thupten Gyaltsen, Thupten Samphel, Tomoko Sunazaki, Shanghai Conservatory Chinese Orchestra, Chong Du, Gaffar Hyder, Gopal Krishnan, Wen-Li Wang, Jian-Dong Deng, Masayuki Koga, Gay Kagy, Elb Souders, Shanghai Film Chinese Orchestra, Yong-Ji Wang, Trieu Tien Vuong, Xiancheng Peng, Xia Li, Junhua Chen, David Mingyue Liang, Pinpeat Ensemble, Mei-Ye Ma, Shanghai Chinese Orchestra, Bo Liu, Chhotelal Mishra, Hidetoshi Kobinata, Krishna Chakravarty, Northern Thai String Ensemble, Chiang Yuen Ensemble, Mahori Orchestra, Weihe Yin, Pham Van Ty, Muse Orchestra, Takashi Kokubo, Sen Izumi. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Jazz, World Music genres. It contains 31 tracks with total duration of 02:38:10 minutes.

Artist: Osamu Kitajima, Paul Buckmaster, Paul Horn, G. S. Sachdev, Geoffrey Hales, Stomu Yamash'Ta, David Parsons, Masakazu Yoshizawa, Dance Ensemble, Dip Tse Chok Ling Monastery Monks, Thupten Sephel, Thupten Gyaltsen, Thupten Samphel, Tomoko Sunazaki, Shanghai Conservatory Chinese Orchestra, Chong Du, Gaffar Hyder, Gopal Krishnan, Wen-Li Wang, Jian-Dong Deng, Masayuki Koga, Gay Kagy, Elb Souders, Shanghai Film Chinese Orchestra, Yong-Ji Wang, Trieu Tien Vuong, Xiancheng Peng, Xia Li, Junhua Chen, David Mingyue Liang, Pinpeat Ensemble, Mei-Ye Ma, Shanghai Chinese Orchestra, Bo Liu, Chhotelal Mishra, Hidetoshi Kobinata, Krishna Chakravarty, Northern Thai String Ensemble, Chiang Yuen Ensemble, Mahori Orchestra, Weihe Yin, Pham Van Ty, Muse Orchestra, Takashi Kokubo, Sen Izumi
Release date: 1997
Genre: Jazz, World Music
Tracks: 31
Duration: 02:38:10
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. A Traditional Composition for Gya Ling (oboe) And Dung Chen (trumpet) (excerpt): A Traditional Composition for Gya Ling (oboe) And Dung Chen (trumpet) (excerpt) 2:16
2. Kamimu 8:04
3. 3 Variations On Plum Blossom 4:19
4. Raga Tilang 4:33
5. Spring Morning In Suzhou 6:25
6. Varuna Ghat (excerpt): Varuna Ghat (excerpt) 4:35
7. Improvisation No. 2 1:45
8. Introspection (Raga Rageshwari) 9:12
9. Sanka (A Poem In Praise) (excerpt): Sanka (excerpt) 8:06
10. Music of a Thousand Springs: Part III: Music of a Thousand Springs: Part III 8:28
11. Qua Cau Gio Bay (Breeze Over the Bridge) 3:42
12. Emanations of Buddha 5:35
13. Song of the Yue People 2:36
14. Moon Dance 2:34
15. Manj-Khamaj 3:21
16. Sathouka 3:41
17. Like Waves Against Sand 4:10
18. Sashi No Kyotu 4:07
19. Moonlit Night of Stone Forest 4:39
20. Under the Pines 7:18
21. Dhun In Raga Mishra-pahari 9:46
22. Prasat Wai 4:19
23. Laang Preah Poun Leah 2:21
24. Divine Silhouettes (Yogo) (excerpt): Divine Silhouettes (Yogo) (excerpt) 9:22
25. Clouds 2:55
26. The Idle Song-Thrush 2:39
27. Doc Con Xa 4:06
28. Time 7:39
29. Dorje Ling (excerpt): Dorje Ling (excerpt) 6:02
30. The Praises for Guyashamaya (Sangva Duva) 5:34
31. Homeward Prose (featuring Gong-Liang Cheng) 4:01

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On this release, flautist Paul Horn steps into the timeless beauty of baroque music's most quietly appealing composers. Pachelbel, Bach and Palestrina are all represented, with Horn's focus on the extravagant beauty of the flute family, including the low, low sounds of the contrabass flute and combinations of c flute, alto flute and bass flute. Simple purity gives way to massive sonorities created by the three choirs of flutes used in one of Palestrina's motets. After moving through tracks from the 16th through 18th centuries, the album closes with three of the motets written in 1960 by the late Maurice Duruflé. Paul Horn's music has been heard in virtually every corner of the globe — a partial list of his recordings takes up no less than 13 pages in his fine autobiography, Inside Paul Horn. ~ Backroads Music/Heartbeats, Rovi