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Tibet Nada Himalaya 2

Deuter

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Album Review

Nada Himalaya is one of the strongest meditation/healing discs of the '90s. Deuter lived and traveled in Asia for ten years and amassed a collection of Tibetan bowls and bells. The sonority of these bowls is absolute. The power is magnificent to the tenth power. Deuter is the veteran's veteran and has injected the spirit of his experiences into this CD. The extra attraction is the melody. Deuter designed the sound to serve as an ambient soundscape as well as a meditation focal point. This CD will appeal to fans of Dean Evenson, Thea Susaru, Life in Balance, and Klaus Wiese.

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Perfect for Yoga/Meditation

When I do yoga and meditate, I like to have music playing that doesn't have a beat, that is calming, and that has a randomness to it. For me, thes tracks fit the bill perfectly. Namaste

Massage Treatments

This singing bowl music cd is the most sublime I've ever listened to, energetically on a very high level. Patients reported that listening to these sounds during massage let them move into other, higher spheres. Deuter is one of the leading creators in terms of energetic sounds (try also the album Garden of the Gods with voice of Annette Cantor).

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I love this CD it's so soothing and relaxing and smooths out the rough edges of a crazy day.

Biography

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Like many artists in the contemporary instrumental realm, Deuter mixes acoustic and electronic instruments, ethnic influences, and sounds from nature — only he's been doing it since the early '70s. Born in the German village of Falkenhagen, Deuter learned flute and taught himself to play guitar but was discouraged from pursuing music as a career. The trauma of a nearly fatal auto accident in 1970, however, motivated him to pursue his dreams. His first recording, D, was released on Kuckuck in...
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