Category: Tibetan

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The Singing Bowls Of Tibet
Alain Presencer


Tibetan singing bowls, conch horn, yak horn, gong, shepherd's flute, cymbals, bronze handbell, human femur and chant. Strange, mystical and beautiful music of the singing bowls from Tibetologist, Alain Presencer. The bowls are made of gold, silver and other metals and each has its own character and attributes creating ethereal patterns of sound.
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Folk Music of Tibet

Traditional songs & instrumental music from the roof of the world. Tibet has enjoyed a high profile in the West over the last few decades and it is not surprising that there are many CDs available in the shops which feature Tibetan music. However, the vast majority of these focus on the sacred music found in the Buddhist monasteries. By contrast, secular music - the traditional styles of the nomads and the urban folk music from Lhasa - remains almost unknown in the West having been given little exposure over the years. This recording offers a general introduction to the secular music of Tibet, an interesting and colourful world of music that is still to be discovered.
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Pleasures and Treasures

The Music Includes world music, traditional British music, early classical music on original instruments, novelty numbers, jazz, music hall, musical boxes, guitar quartets, saxophone quartet, brass group, viol consorts, choral music and chant, handbells and church bells, poetry and readings - from mediaeval times to the present day. This double album forms part of Saydisc’s 50th Anniversary celebration releases and is drawn from recordings made over the years from mono open reel recording to high quality stereo digital.
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Worlds Away

Chants, Songs, Rituals & Instrumentals From 33 Countries & Island Communities including Sudan, Egypt, Morocco, Tuva, Kurdistan, Mongolia, France, Spain, Hungary, Bulgaria, Sardinia, Norway, Germany, Albania, Japan, Rajasthan, China, Tibet, North India, Arabia, Israel, Brazil, Andes, Tonga, Samoa, Papua New Guinea, Rapa Iti, Tuvalu, New Zealand, Easter Island, Chuuk, Tahiti, Bora Bora.