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Album: Most Relaxing Classical Indian Flute

Artist: Splendor of Meditation

  • Genre: Indian Classical
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8

  • Copyright: ℗ 2007 Inner Splendor Media LLC

Tracklist For Most Relaxing Classical Indian Flute By Artist Splendor of Meditation

Title Artist Time
Ahir Bhairav (Sunrise In India Splendor of Meditation 5:19 USD 0.99
Kamavardhini (The Lover and th Splendor of Meditation 5:11 USD 0.99
Bhairavi (Dance of the Goddess Splendor of Meditation 4:41 USD 0.99
Bhoga Vasantha (The Return of Splendor of Meditation 5:13 USD 0.99
Hamsanandi (Splendor of Yoga) Splendor of Meditation 5:45 USD 0.99
Kalavati (The Awakening of Lov Splendor of Meditation 3:13 USD 0.99
Mohana Kalyani (Meditation On Splendor of Meditation 7:05 USD 0.99
Shrotasvini (Relaxing Into the Splendor of Meditation 4:34 USD 0.99

Reviews For Most Relaxing Classical Indian Flute By Artist Splendor of Meditation

  • Calming Flute

    By Natural Woman
    I found this album featured on the World music page and decided to purchase it based on my love of Indian music. I found Raman's to be an excellent flautist and the album features a nice mix of ragas. I particularly enjoyed the Ahir Bhairav (Sunrise in India) track, as well as Mohana Kalyani.
  • Half hearted playing

    By looking4something
    I had liked the other album by the same artist in this series with flute & violin playing together. However, all the tracks in this album are pretty disappointing and they end before building up the mood.
  • Splendor of Meditation

    By Product Description
    This recording captures the unspoiled purity of the classical Indian flute accompanied by the tamboura and ocean waves. The simple but powerful compositions bring the mind to an exquisite place of stillness, refreshing your whole being and turning the attention within. The flute is masterfully played by venerable V.K. Raman, one of the greatest musicians of classical Indian flute alive today. He not only is an accomplished musician but a yogi who poured his whole heart into the project. The Indian classical flute developed independently from its Western counterparts. Made with bamboo, Indian flutes are keyless. There are two main varieties used--both played in this recording. The first is the Bansuri, used predominantly in Hindustani music. The second is the Venu, which is mostly used in Carnatic style, the music of the South of India. Each track has a different raga improvisation which has the power to soothe the mind and has the power to bring the body to a state of complete calm and relaxation. Each Splendor of Meditation CD is made with the utmost care and integrity of sound, designed to induce pure relaxation. We invite you to explore each one.
  • Music to knit to!

    By knittykat
    This is a great cd for when I want to sit and relax with my knitting. It makes me feel as if I am truely meditating while practicing my craft, making it more than just a hobby. I highly recomend this music for anyone else whether you are a craftsperson, artist, writer or if you are just looking for music that is calming and theraputic.
  • Enlightening

    By Lukas Zhao
    It is rare to find music which is truly relaxing and this definitely gets the job done. Very beautiful music and production value.
  • Cool

    By soul revolt
    Nice quality, very relaxing. Good job done.
  • My doggy loves to sleep listening to this!

    By LovesMusic&Dance
    Mi Emmasita loves to go to sleep listening to this. I enjoy playing this quietly in the background at any time of the day. The effect of the sounds on the body are beautiful. Thanks!
  • Enchanting

    By Julie Torres Alonso
    I was enchanted when I head the sweet improvisations on the flute. The delicate sound is perfect background for peace and tranquility.
  • Peaceful

    By Supermarcos
    I had been searching for a while for music which is truly relaxing and this recording does the trick. I find just laying down and listening to the CD makes me forget my troubles and relax.
  • Exiting and peaceful at the same time

    By Fabulousity7
    There is a wonderful maturity and depth to the intricate compositions of the flute player. Perfect music for winding down. Brilliant.

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