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Global Meditation

Posted By : öktem | Date : 14 May 2010 22:14:41 | Comments : 2 |
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Global Meditation- Authentic Music From Meditative Tradions Of The World - 1992
Meditation | Easy CD-DA Rip | Ape tracks, No Cue, No Log | 999 MB | 206:58 Min | %3 Recovery|RS |4 CD
Genre: Folk, Vocal, World Ethnic | Label: Ellipsis Art

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AUTHENTIC MUSIC FROM MEDITATIVE TRADIONS OF THE WORLD Global Meditation, Vol 1
Album notesPerformers include: Milton Cardona.

A ridiculously far-reaching compilation of ethnic vocal works, this album from Ellipsis includes works from five out of the six inhabited continents (South America surprisingly missing). The span of the works is equally amazing, as the album quickly switches from Hawaiian name chanting to Australian songman works, to Islamic Quran recitations (though in Islam orthodoxy, music is generally frowned upon as a religious activity, and the recitations are officially not music as such). Given the dating of some of the works, the recording quality is exceptional. The highlights on the album are many. First, there is the traditional form of Australian aboriginal didgeridoo playing, as accompaniment to a song (not like Mickey Hart's works necessarily). Also, there's a Santeria ceremony portion led by Milton Cardona that holds a quite lively beat. Also included are a couple of Christian orthodox pieces unearthed from the ages, both from a British Ladymass and a Serbian Orthodox work, which are incredibly well performed. Quite possibly the most extravagant work on the album, though, is the excerpt from a performance of the Ramayana by the Kecak Ganda Sari group. The performers number from 75 to 100 and interlock their notes so as to create a fluid whole in the music. The power in this particular performance is possibly the greatest available on albums in general circulation (certainly more than one would find on Music From the Morning of the World). As a fan of any form of ethnic music, one should definitely dig up this album. Even though it may be prepackaged for Western consumption, the music is still incredibly good. ~ Adam Greenberg

Global Meditation, Vol 2
Album notesPerformers include: Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Master Musicians Of Jajouka.

Global Meditation, Vol 3
Album notesPerformers include: Farafina, Zakir Hussein, Glen Velez, Milton Cardona.

Global Meditation, Vol. 4: Music From the Heart : Various Artists
Album notesPerformers include: G.S. Sachdev, Philip Boulding.


Tracks List
Authentic Music From Meditative Tradions Of The World
GLOBAL MEDITATION Vol.1

VOICES OF THE SPIRIT
-SONG AND CHANTS-

1. Heiemo Og Nykkjen 4:54
- Kirsten Braten Berg - Norway -
2. In the Dropull Plain 3:00
- Live at the Gjirokastra Festival - Albania -
3. Brolga One 1:19
- Aboriginal Musicians with Didjeridoo -
4. Sita's Abduction 5:47
- Kecak Ganda Sari - Balinese Monkey Chant -
5. Mele Inoa No Hi'iaka 1:58
- Joseph Ilaala'ole - Hawaiian Name Chant -
6. Séquences Polyphoniques 3:29
- Bibayak Pygmies of Gabon -
7. Hannya-Shingyo 4:18
- Buddhist Monks at the Ancient Shrine at Kyoto -
8. Brolga Two 1:00
- Aboriginal Musicians - Australia -
9. Gloria 2:59
- Anonymous - an English Ladymass -
10. Choe Khyong Setab Pai Torbul Kagyama 7:15
- Shartse College of Ganden Monastery -
-Tibetan Overtone Chant -
11. Ebioso 2:27
- Milton Cardona - a Dahomean Chant -
12. Recitation of Verses of the Qu'ran 2:23
- Islamic Religious Brotherhood Members - Algeria -
13. Polieleos Servikos 7:11
- Dragoslav Aksentijevic Pavle - Russian Orthodox -

48:24


Authentic Music From Meditative Tradions Of The World
GLOBAL MEDITATION Vol.2

HARMONY AND INTERPLAY
-ENSEMBLES-

1. Chabako 6:26
- Gnawa Musicians of Marrakesh -
2. Suling/Degung Instrumental 7:02
- Javanese Gamelam Orchestra -
3. Hamaba 4:38
- Musicians of the Gambia -
4. A Habibi Ouajee T'Allel Allaiya 4:10
- Master Musicians of Jajouka - Spiritual Music of Nord Africa -
5. Wale Gnouma Don 4:43
- Sali Sidibe - Wassoulou Women of Mali -
6. Haq Ali Ali Haq 7:56
- Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan - Famet Qawwal Singer from Pakistan
7. Ghananayakam 5:30
- Usrinivas - Mandolin Maestro from India
8. Sufi Dialogue 5:20
- Sliman Gamil - Egyptian Nile Music -
9. Kuda Lumping 8:20
- Hendry Saimo with Krido Suworo - Horse Spirit Dance of Surinam
54:34


Authentic Music From Meditative Tradions Of The World
GLOBAL MEDITATION Vol.3

THE PULSE OF LIFE
-RHYTHM & PERCUSSION-

1. Farafina 5:08
- Burkina Faso's Farafina - West African Balafon Ensemble -
2. Lineage 4:56
- Zakir Hussain and The Rhythym Experiance -
- Father and Son Tabla Duet -
3. Chigamba 7:52
- Stella Rambisai Chiwehe - The Queen of Mbira Music Zimbabwe -
4. Vodun 1:41
-Rada Rite for Erzulie - Haitian Voodoo Rite -
5. Bodhran 6:36
- Glen Velez - Overtone Chanting and Shamanic Style Drumming -
6. Waka 8:23
- Mustapha Tettey Addy and Obonu Drummers -
- The Royal Drums of Ghana -
7. Tramin 2:57
- Gnawa Musicians of Marrakesh - Trance Drumming from Morocco
8. Yemaya 5.51
- Milton Cardona - Santeria Ceremony
9. Hachidan Uchi Daiko 8:41
- Soh Daiko - Ancient Japanese Taiko Drums -
52:32


Authentic Music From Meditative Tradions Of The World
GLOBAL MEDITATION Vol.4

MUSIC FROM THE HEART
-MELODY-

1. Song for Reconciliation 3:58
- Philip Boulding - Celtic Harp from the Gaelic Tradition -
2. Semai 8:13
- Kudsi Erguner - Whirling Dervish Music Turkey -
3. Aibogae 7:42
- Byungki Hwank - Kyagum Suite Korea -
4. Raga Madhu Kauns 6:57
G.S.Sachdev - Indian Raga on Bamboo Flute -
5. Taksim in Hijaz Mode 2:29
- Seif Salim Saleh & Abdullah Mussa Ahmed -
- Taarab Trance Music East Africa -
6. A Cool Wind Is Blowing 3:57
- Djivan Gasparyan - Armenian Duduk Enstrumental -
7. Highway to Linton 4:09
- Gordon Mooney - Traditional Scottish Border Music -
8. Evening Song 3:26
- Guo Brothers - Meditative Flute Duo China -
9. The New Nubia 5:27
- Soliman Gamil - Egyptian Nubian Improvisation -
10. Kyusha Reibo 4:32
- Shakuhachi Master - Japanese Zen Buddhist Flute -
51:28

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Posted By: Blue61 Date: 16 May 2010 18:13:27
Thank you very much from Spain.
Muchas gracias !!!
Posted By: Aklankrisz Date: 25 Jul 2011 15:22:32
Thank You very much! - from Hungary :) Nagyon köszönöm!