percussions

Yah Elah - Hare Krishna

I haven't been able to post new music yesterday, so you will be blessed with a whole pile of world music songs today ;-)

The first one is from Yah Elah, a great bunch of artists, ranging from vocalists to players of the flute, the violin, the harp, a broad range of percussion instruments and lots more.

Their music

combines the sacred texts and liturgies of many traditions to reveal the deep knowing of our hearts, that all life is one.

This piece of their album "Each of Us" is called Hare Krishna.

Song: Yah Elah - Hare Krishna (2:57 min, 2.8 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 1.0
Source: magnatune.com

John Holowach - My Piano Sings (Part 7)

John Holowach

A chilled piano piece by John Holowach. Purely instrumental and very relaxed, I like it.

Song: John Holowach - My Piano Sings (Part 7) (3:20 min, 3.3 MB)
License: CC-by-sa 2.0
Source: archive.org

Beth Quist - Fives

Here's a short but great percussions-only piece by Beth Quist. It's not her typical music style, so I'll post another of her songs soon...

Song: Beth Quist - Fives (1:29 min, 1.4 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 1.0
Source: magnatune.com

Hans Christian - Backwards (with my eyes closed)

This is the first song from Hans Christian's album "Phantom". Instrumental music at it's best.

(found via New Artist Podcast)

Song: Hans Christian - Backwards (with my eyes closed) (4:28 min, 4.1 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 1.0
Source: magnatune.com

John Holowach - My Piano Sings (Part 2)

John Holowach

A very nice and relaxed piano-centered piece by John Holowach. He has released a lot of his albums for free (see narphonax.com), and I'm sure I'll have more songs from him here on the podcast...

Song: John Holowach - My Piano Sings (Part 2) (3:59 min, 5.1 MB)
License: CC-by-sa 2.0
Source: archive.org

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