Nazca Music The Gift

Naz 9702    by Harida   meditation - world
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The Gift cover Harida's debut album The Gift is influenced by his journeys to India and his expieriences with meditation. He incorporates the music he heard there in temples and at religious festivals.
Harida's main instrument in this album is the santoor, accompanied by Yashu's flutes and enhanced by inventive measures of keyboards, drums and ethnic percussion.
The opening track Love Poem speaks straight to the heart and evokes a warm and sparkling joy inside - a feeling also dominant in the next track. Spirits, a quiet tune played entirely with Tibetan gongs moves the energy deep inside; followed by a ten minute track called Latihan, where the gentle dance between flute, santoor and tabla carries the inner sensitivity softly to the surface, to simply overflow in the final tunes; delicate and joyful in Geetesh, wild and fiery in Hola.

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1. Love Poem (Harida) 8:05 enter
2. Jaburu (Yashu, Nivedano) 11:23 enter
3. Spirits (Harida) 5:35
4. Latihan (Harida) 10:57
5. Geetesh (Yashu) 4:59
6. Luna de Santiago (Benavent) 4:16
7. Hola (Harida) 9:53
total time: 55:08
instrumentation:

Harida: santoor, tabla, drums, keyboard
Yashu: flute
Praful: soprano saxophon on Hola
Jose Lopretti: keyboard on Luna de Santiago, Love Poem
Toni Xucla: keyboard on Geetesh
Ardha: guitar on Jaburu

credits:


recorded at Nazca Music, Netherlands - 1997
studio engineering by Harida Quinteros
cover design by Riki Mijling
digital illustration by Rakesk Mijling
photos by Riki Mijling
executive producer: Harida Quinteros, Nartan Ratjen
our price online: 12.00 Euros

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