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Om Hum So Hum - Tim Wheater, David Lord, Natalie Shaw - Invisible Journeys (CD, Album)

02.12.20198

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  2. Invisible Journeys, an album by Tim Wheater, Natalie Shaw/David Lord on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  3. Song information for Om Hum So Hum - David Lord, Natalie Shaw, Tim Wheater on AllMusic. Song information for Om Hum So Hum - David Lord, Natalie Shaw, Tim Wheater on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Invisible Journeys. Gemini Sun:
  4. Apr 18,  · Title Of Album: Tantra Lounge vol.3 Year Of Release: Tim Wheater, Natalie Shaw, David Lord - Invisible Tibetan Monks - Big Om Of Tibet Raageshwari Loomba - Om Mani Padme Hum () Ulla Pirttijärvi - Máttaráhku askái (In Our Foremo Aviso Importante ; Seven24 Sotto Voce On MFM 7 () Antonio Zepeda - (
  5. "Incantation" with and produced by David Lord - CD of the Year Having studied music in London, Paris and New York with Sir James Galway, Marcel Moyse and Nadia Boulanger, Tim's five star recordings are a true testimony to his musical creativity. An important part of Tim's work is to teach the healing effects of sound.
  6. Tim Wheater这张年的最新作品Invisible Journey再次请到了David Lord与其合作,同时配上Natalie Shaw这位双子星公司引进的新面孔精心录制的各种我们耳熟能详的祈福梵语,带我们走入了一次静心的神秘旅程。 Om Hum So Hum. 06'03" 6. Om Tara Tuttare. 04'53" 7. Hail the.
  7. These mantras, originating from the Sanskrit and Tibetan language, are sensitively and exquisitely preformed by Tim Wheater, Natalie Shaw, and David Lord. Together they embrace the primordial sound of all creation from whence everything began. Tim Wheater is considered one the best selling and innovative flutists of our time/5(15).
  8. It has been said that the sacred prayer of mantra spirals through the entire universe from the heart of the one chanting, appealing for peace and divine wisdom for all. These mantras, originating from the Sanskrit and Tibetan language, are sensitively and exquisitely preformed by Tim Wheater, Natalie Shaw, and David Lord/5(12).

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