Sacred Singing Metals
Download links and information about Sacred Singing Metals by Xumantra. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Chill Out, New Age, World Music genres. It contains 7 tracks with total duration of 44:00 minutes.
|Genre:||Chill Out, New Age, World Music|
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|2.||Welcome to Arcturus||8:30|
|3.||Prayer for the Trees||4:11|
|4.||The Virgin Dances||8:36|
|5.||The Righteous Deities||6:10|
|6.||The Wrathful Deities||3:30|
There is no such thing as "too much Tibetan bowl music." Xumantra, aka Marco Dolce, has a massive collection of sacred metal bowls from Tibet and other Himalayan regions. On Sacred Singing Metals, he combines their sonic qualities with bells, chimes, chants, gongs, and percussion to create "contemporary meditative worldbeat music." Those are Dolce's words from the liner notes, and they are modest and humble in their understatement. This soundscape is all that and so much more. These instruments have formidable healing qualities. The bowls resonate at multiple frequencies simultaneously. The vibrations are biorhythmic and atmospheric. This CD will appeal to fans of Anugama, Jim Cole, Life in Balance, Klaus Wiese, and Henry Wolff & Nancy Hennings.