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Asia Music


  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. Traditional Composition For Gya Ling and Dung Chen, A - Monks of the Dip Tse Chok Ling Monastery
    2. Kamimu - Tomoko Sunazaki
    3. Three Variations on Plum Blossom - Du Chong/Chen Lei-ji
    4. Raga Tilang - Paul Horn/Kashmir
    5. Spring Morning in Suzhou - Deng Jina-Dong
    6. Varuna Ghat - David Parsons
    7. Improvisation #2 - Masayuki Koga
    8. Introspection - G.S. Sachdev
    9. Sanka (A Poem in Praise) - Tomoko Sunazaki
    10. Music of a Thousand Springs, Part 3 - Shanghai Film Orchestra
    11. Qua Cau Gio Bay (Breeze Over the Bridge)
    12. Emanations of Buddha - Monks of the Dip Tse Chok Ling Monastery
    13. Song of the Yue People - Chen Junhua
    14. Moon Dance - Paul Horn
    15. Manj-Khamaj - Vinay Bharat-Ram
    16. Sathouka - Pinpeat Orchestra Of Siem Rep
    0. DISC 2:
    1. Like Waves Against Sand - Ma Mei Ye
    2. Sashi No Kyoku - Masayuki Koga
    3. Moonlit Night of Stone Forest - Liu Bo
    4. Under the Pines - Paul Horn
    5. Dhun in Raga Mishra a-Pahari
    6. Prasat Wai - Nothern Thai String Endsemble/Chiang Yuen Ensemble
    7. Laang Preah Poun Leah - Unidentified Mahori Orchetsra From Penh
    8. Divine Silhouettes - Masakazu Yoshizawa
    9. Clouds - Yin Weihe
    10. Idle Song-Thrush, The - Du Chong
    11. Doc con Xa - Pham Van Ty/Percussion Ensemble
    12. Time - Stomu Yamashta/Takashi Kokubo/Sen Izumi
    13. Dorje Ling - David Parsons
    14. Praies For Guyashmaya (Sangva Duava) - Monks of the Dip Tse Chok Ling Monastery
    15. Homeward Prose - Cheng Gong Lian
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 14068

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    Asia is a thoughtful blend of the new and old, from musicians representing each major Eastern tradition, with the music of India, Japan, China and Tibet. Indian sitar, Chinese cheng and Japanese koto, as ancient as the cultures themselves, are heard side-by-side with contemporary Asian music and works that combine traditional Oriental sounds with electronic instruments and processing. These selections span the rich catalog of Celestial Harmonies -- you'll hear David Parsons, Paul Horn, Stomu Yamashta and Terry Riley as well as Sunazaki, Koga, Yas-Kaz, Asiabeat and the Monks of The Dip Tse Chok Ling Monastery. ~ Backroads Music/Heartbeats

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