Zen Buddhist Chanting

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Combining the sound of chanting with the energy of the temple drum, Chris has multi-layered his own Buddhist chanting to create the illusion of the atmosphere of a wooden meditation hall, high in the Japanese Mountains. Accompanying himself of the Taiko Drum, Chinese Wind Gong, Mokugyo (wood block) and Tibetan Cymbals, the finished effect is enthrallingly realistic and a trued spiritual experience for the listener. Two of the tracks are deliberately long with Mantras you may like to join in with (mantras detailed on trayliner). The first 10 chants are in Japanese, the next in the ancient language of Pali and the twelfth in Tibetan.

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Combining the sound of chanting with the energy of the temple drum, Chris has multi-layered his own Buddhist chanting to create the illusion of the atmosphere of a wooden meditation hall, high in the Japanese Mountains. Accompanying himself of the Taiko Drum, Chinese Wind Gong, Mokugyo (wood block) and Tibetan Cymbals, the finished effect is enthrallingly realistic and a trued spiritual experience for the listener. Two of the tracks are deliberately long with Mantras you may like to join in with (mantras detailed on trayliner). The first 10 chants are in Japanese, the next in the ancient language of Pali and the twelfth in Tibetan.

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Description Combining the sound of chanting with the energy of the temple drum, Chris has multi-layered his own Buddhist chanting to create the illusion of the atmosphere of a wooden meditation hall, high in the Japanese Mountains. Accompanying himself of the Taiko Drum, Chinese Wind Gong, Mokugyo (wood block) and Tibetan Cymbals, the finished effect is enthrallingly realistic and a trued spiritual experience for the listener. Two of the tracks are deliberately long with Mantras you may like to join in with (mantras detailed on trayliner). The first 10 chants are in Japanese, the next in the ancient language of Pali and the twelfth in Tibetan.

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