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Wished i known it was a Shambhalla book--I prefer the Pub. Co.s. that specialize in Hazrat Inayat Khan's materialsPublished 4 months ago by Interfarfacing Rare Books
I read The Mysticism of Sound of Music a few years ago and it was a major influence in the way I perceive music and teaching vocals. Read morePublished 7 months ago by V. Bastien
Every thing was perfect. This is my favorite book in the world and these were gifts for friends. They arrived in perfect timing.Published 11 months ago by Anahata
I bought this awhile back and I am still reading it. I read a passage every day....I don't want to read it any faster because I like to think about what I have read in here. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Brenda G. Love
This title was appealing to me, and I decided to check the Amazon's preview of it. It seemed low level religious blabbering (as most of the religious texts are) and apart from the... Read morePublished 14 months ago by G. Papadimitriou
Good examples are fundamental to the understanding of music theory amid the Sufi world.
Are quite generic and fast, it is easy to read.
It's good for a present to people who are interested in the subject.
We will keep buying the copy for a while, one of the classic of our house.
This man has something to share with musicians, poets, and music lovers. You will want to own this. I did after I first picked it up at the public library years ago.Published 21 months ago by beaunz
I was turned on to this book by a friend who is also a musician, and seemed to always find a way to not be frustrated by the world around him. Read morePublished on January 5, 2012 by Michael Douglas Acosta