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|Henry Wolff, Nancy Hennings|
Tibetan Bells 3: The Empty Mirror
Genres: Dance & Electronic, World Music, Jazz, New Age, Pop
By the expression of subtle harmonic relationships, Tibetan Bells III, quickly transcends the temporal domain. The resonance of the Tibetan bell tones, far richer than any synthetically produced sound, builds an increas... more »
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By the expression of subtle harmonic relationships, Tibetan Bells III, quickly transcends the temporal domain. The resonance of the Tibetan bell tones, far richer than any synthetically produced sound, builds an increasingly fine perception and subtle comprehension in the listener. The purity of tone and long haunting echoes of Tibetan Bells III create an audible curtain permitting the listener to perceive a universe which extends beyond conventional limits. The spectacular duration and purity of the bell tones can be attributed to more than their composition. Wolff and Hennings are the sounding boards through which we can approach a visionary realm.
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(5 out of 5 stars)
"Henry Wolff and Nancy Hennings together with producer Brian Keane have made a CD that truly adventures into new territory. All the instruments are acoustic but the effect is other worldly. This CD moves at it's own unique pace. Instead of melodies and rhythms, the music is propelled by sound waves and textures. All cuts are interesting although it may take the listner an adjustment period to get used to listening to something so radically new. The title cut "Empty Mirror" is a particularly impressive work of art, creating a symphonic work of both musical and meditative significance."
Great for doing Eastern massage modalities.
tanksonfire | Bay Area, CA USA | 07/22/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I have really enjoyed this whole series. The intensity and focus are just right for doing Eastern styles of massage like Shiatsu. I did like the second one a bit more than the third, though."