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This CD was created with the intention that the listener would find a deeper space for their practice of yoga. I am not a practitioner of yoga, but I did find this music to be worthy of meditation and of finding a deeper space in my own environment.
The CD features Mr. Oldfield playing many of his own instruments. He is a multi-talented musician and this CD highlights these to the fullest. From the various flutes (bamboo, panpipes and bansurito name a few) to various Indian instruments, to singing crystal bowls and chimes, Terry Oldfield incorporates light tones, passionate flute compositions and interesting backfills with a minimal amount of electronic keyboards.
The flavor is a mix of Eastern sounds and harmonies. It allows for personal interpretation, but leads the listener in a specific direction. There are eight tracks on this CD, ranging in time from about five and a half minutes to approximately eight and a half minutes, making almost a full hour of music.
The first track Earth and Sky opens with Tibetan bells, and is a very poignantly played alto flute piece. With just a subtle hint of keyboard fill, it is a slow, expression filled piece that is excellent for warm-ups in a regular yoga practice. However, this is also a fine piece for your meditative practice, and Mr. Oldfield points out on the jacket that this entire CD is also excellent for background to massage.
Aum also opens with Tibetan bells and the drone of the Indian tampura.Read more ›
Thank you Yoga Harmony !!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect dick for meditation, relaxation or just to escape from everyday routine.Published 5 months ago by Catherine Shelef
Some of the tunes were more interesting than others, with a richer variety of tones, spaces, and instruments.Published 17 months ago by Ron
I use this music when I do Reiki and meditation. It is very restful and calming which helps keep me focused.Published on March 25, 2013 by Lois Salyer