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Album Review

When it is time to survey the soundscapes and recognize sound design masters, Chaitanya Georg Deuter will be at or near the top of the list. All of his releases have tremendous depth and soul. Garden of the Gods is a masterful arrangement of sounds and music. Annette Cantor is a guest vocalist and her wordless and formless style adds mystique to Deuter's overtone elements. His recording techniques create warm atmospheres that embrace listeners. This overtone treasure is a dynamic healing soundscape. Deuter's stature in the new age music community is secure. This wonderful CD will appeal to fans of Anugama, Xumantra, Jonathan Goldman and Klaus Wiese.

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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