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  1. Stormdrum 2
    EastWest Stormdrum 2 - next generation percussion library plug-in with MIDI performances (no loops), almost 10GB. Tibetan, Indian & Chinese bells and gong, Indonesian hand drums, udu, Chinese bowl drums and much more, DVD, requires iLok (not included), PC/Mac, VST/RTAS/ASIO/AU/DS/Core Audio.
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  2. Henry Wolff - Tibetan Bells
    Our product to treat is a regular product. There is not the imitation. From Japan by the surface mail because is sent out, take it until arrival as 7-14 day. Thank you for you seeing it.
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  3. Tibet - Tibetan Chants & Bells
    Release Date: 2007-02-19, Audio CD, Nocturnal

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  4. Henry Wolff - Tibetan Bells II
    Our product to treat is a regular product. There is not the imitation. From Japan by the surface mail because is sent out, take it until arrival as 7-14 day. Thank you for you seeing it.
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  5. Various Artists - Songs and Dances of Nepal
    Smithsonian Folkways Recordings is the nonprofit record label of the Smithsonian Institution, the national museum of the United States. We are dedicated to supporting cultural diversity and increased understanding among peoples through the documentation, preservation, and dissemination of sound. We believe that musical and cultural diversity contributes to the vitality and quality of life throughout the world. Through the dissemination of audio recordings and educational materials we seek to strengthen people's engagement with their own cultural heritage and to enhance their awareness and appreciation of the cultural heritage of others. Instrument(s) Bells; Conch shell; Couteau citari; Cymbals; Daluo (Gong); Damaru (Drum); Drum; Lute; Reed organ; Sgra-snyan (Drum); Tabla; Tiboo; Violin. Year of Recording 1964. Record Label Folkways Records. Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage. Credits Recorded by Caspar Cronk ; Produced by Caspar Cronk ; Design by Ronald Clyne. 101 Nepali Love Song Purna Prasad Serchan 1:54. 102 Prayer Chant Darjung 1:50. 103 Untitled Song Tsering 1:43. 104 Ancient Thakali Prayer Chant Tan Prasad Serchan 1:22. 105 Song of Rejoicing Men ing harmonium and drums and women in the 2:51. 106 Dance to Foreigners Female singers 2:25. 107 Damyan Music Nawang Tsering 1:06. 108 Dance Song Nawang Tsering and female singers 2:04. 109 Song by Ang Dawa Ang Dawa 1:24. 110 Song by Phurkeepa Phurkeepa 1:13. 111 Tibetan Song by Me La Me La 2:20. 201 Tibetan Begging Song Nakpa 1:38. 202 Untitled Song Tile Tolma 1:31. 203 Untitled Song Rema Gealchen 1:44. 204 Untitled Song Soltu Ma 2:21. 205 Flame Shrine: Conch and Drum Sumduch and Unabsong 0:57. 206 Flame Shrine: Prayer Chant Sumduch and Unabsong 3:14. < l
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  6. Tuu and Nick Parkin - Terma
    Percussionist Martin Franklin from Tuu teams up with flautist Nick Parkin for this intriguing recording, which gives the now-familiar old-instruments-and-new- electronics combination a new twist. It's not so much that the combination of instruments is unusual--synthesizers and samplers, an arsenal of percussion that includes water drums and clay pots, and Parkin's various flutes--but how they're used. Layered over atmospheric, often spooky (without delving into horror-movie-soundtrack schtick) sounds, percussion, and flute take the forefront. The electronic processing done on these instruments doesn't make them sound artificial; instead, it reinforces what makes the instruments unique, so that the sustained bell sounds on "Djinn" and the layered flute sounds on "Water Memory" sound natural even though the listener can tell they've been altered. There's an east Asian feel to this recording, particularly on "Magus" (which reminds one of the music for an Akira Kurosawa film; Rashomon, perhaps) and on "Serpent Fire," which is reminiscent of nothing so much as field recordings of Tibetan Buddhist ceremonies. --Genevieve Williams
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  7. Frank Perry - Himalayan Sound Revelations: The Complete Singing Bowl Book
    This compendious but very readable volume by one of the legends of Tibetan Singing Bowl playing should quickly establish itself as the definitive study. Particularly useful is the wide scope of the book, which includes not just Tibetan bowls and the techniques used to sound them but Chinese bells, drilbu and ding-sha, the planets, elements and chakras, cymatics, overtones and partials, nada yoga, mantras, symbolism and the astrology of the bowls, their relation to western music, Pythagoras and Newton, and the psychic integrity and true awareness of the bowl user. There is almost nothing that is not here. Although Frank Perry was one of the earliest practitioners of Himalayan Bowls in the 1970s, his music has remained profoundly experimental, so that there are techniques in this book not to be found elsewhere, alongside the clearest and most detailed analysis of how to 'play' the bowls, a combination of simple and technical that shows in Perry's bestselling albums Deep Peace and Celestial Harmonies.Frank's writing is also a revelation of his personal contact with living Himalayan Masters, his immersion in esoteric traditions, meditation and mysticism, and his understanding of other art forms such as the paintings of Nicholas Roerich, where he is an expert.
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  8. Kathy Benjamin - Funerals to Die For: The Craziest, Creepiest, and Most ...
    For $12,500, you can get your remains launched into deep space. Or you might prefer a Tibetan `sky burial` where the body is left in the open for vultures to eat as monks and the mourning family watch. It's considered a bad omen if the vultures will not eat, or if even a small portion of the body is left after the birds fly away. Just be glad that you're not the undertakers for the Tongan royal family, who aren't allowed to use their hands for 100 days after preparing a king's body. Though that's better than ancient times, when they'd be strangled or have their hands cut off after the king was buried. Or maybe your deepest fear is being buried alive. In that case, you should invest in one of the popular 1800's safety coffins, which came with bells and breathing tubes. Death may still be the great unknown, but in this book you'll learn all about how different cultures, different times, and different people dealt with the idea of the great hereafter. From lovely to bizarre, grotesque to funny, this book will take you on a whirlwind tour of funeral customs and trivia.
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  9. Stormdrum 2
    East West Stormdrum 2 - next generation percussion library plug-in with MIDI performances (no loops), almost 10GB. Tibetan, Indian & Chinese bells and gong, Indonesian hand drums, udu, Chinese bowl drums and much more, DVD, requires iLok (not included), PC/Mac, VST/RTAS/ASIO/AU/DS/Core Audio.
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