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Sacred Music from Tibet:Sacred Music, Sacred Dance
Tibetian Monks
Sacred Music from Tibet:Sacred Music, Sacred Dance
Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, World Music, Pop
 
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1992 Recorded December 30, 1991 Clapp Recital Hall At The University Of Iowa - Music And Arts Programs Of America - Songs Include : Nyen Seng - The Sound Of Delight / Tongnyi Tayang - Soungs Of The Void / Shanak Rolyang - ...  more »

      
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All Artists: Tibetian Monks
Title: Sacred Music from Tibet:Sacred Music, Sacred Dance
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Music & Arts Program
Original Release Date: 10/9/1992
Re-Release Date: 11/1/1993
Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, World Music, Pop
Style: Far East & Asia
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 017685073625

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1992 Recorded December 30, 1991 Clapp Recital Hall At The University Of Iowa - Music And Arts Programs Of America - Songs Include : Nyen Seng - The Sound Of Delight / Tongnyi Tayang - Soungs Of The Void / Shanak Rolyang - The Black Hat Dance / Mandel - Offering Of The Universe / Khadro Rolyang - Dance Of The Celestial Beings / Lamrin Monlam - An Aspiration To Enlightenment / Lhamo Torbul - A Propitiatory Prayer To Palden Lhamo / Kunga Torbul - Invocation Of The Five Emanations / Bokyong Lhasung Trinkol - A Call To The Spirits Of Tibet / Tashi Dang Miktseyma - Auspicious Verses And The Prayer Of The Three Qualities
 

CD Reviews

A good title for a great recording!
Timothy D. Thomas | Chicago, IL | 02/18/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"In response to an earlier review, I must say that this disc admirably represents the music that it sets out to - ritual Tibetan chant and temple music suitable for the religious ceremonies of a Mahayana Buddhist. This music may sound strange to western ears at first, but it does have an ethos and profound sensibility behind it. Its beauty may not be immediately apparent to a "Top 40" culture, but the exposure is well worth it, if only to witness the expressions of art and beauty in other societies. That definition which is least "commonly accepted" may turn out to revolutionize the way you regard world music.In addition, the monks of Drepung Loseling monastery, one of the collaborators of this disc, represent the survival of a true Tibetan culture in Indian exile. Since 1959 Tibet has been a province of China, and the monks such as those at Drepung Loseling preserve a heritage that reaches back thousands of years. Monies from the sale of this disc help them in their aims and support a remarkable institution aimed at promoting peace and understanding among all peoples.Rather than immediately judge this disc, listen to the clips. And, if you don't care for it, you need not buy it. That's the beauty of previewing a cd on amazon - if you hear it, purchase it, and don't like it, it's no one's fault but your own. I think, however, that you will be surprised and intrigued by what this has to offer."
Awake!
aginene | HUN | 04/12/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This CD is not for a romantic dinner background music. And not for trying to reach the sky, not for creating other dreams in your dream life :)
If you know what is real meditation, you know what this music is about. It is the essence. It is You. And so, you can not judge this as a music, you can not compare this to other music styles...

This music helps you to awake your true nature, the consciousness. Meditation music - what some of You would prefer - is for to imagine about nice and beautiful fields, nature etc. You will fall asleep if you are listening to that melodic, nice music. This CD doesnt make you sleep and it doesnt make you to forget what you are.
The real meditation is when you dont meditate, just Be. Pure.

"Open to your Heart and simply Be."
"Wake up and roar" - from Poonja

(Sorry for poor English, i am not a native speaker in this language :) )"