A complex and emotionally rich journey that will inspire reflection and relaxation, E-Mantra's “Silence” is pure emotive chill-out filled with beautiful hypnotic melodies. With this album, E-Mantra stays true to the groundwork laid by “Visions from the Past” and explores deeper emotional realms within the GoaChill genre. “Silence” includes collaborative tracks with Reasonandu and the amazing Greek artist and singer Athena Etana, and an excellent remix of “Echoes of an Empty Room” by Hoptep of Zagreb, Croatia. Open your heart and your mind and let this album lead you on an introspective journey through the waves of ambient aural psychedelic experiences contained within.
This is the divine soundtrack of the deep dreaming landscapes! After his remarkable and energetic Goa trance albums at Suntrip and Elektronica Records and his outstanding contributions to compilations from quality labels such as Altar, Ultiva, Moonquest, Phototropic, and U.S.T.A. Records, Emanuel Carpus (aka E-Mantra from Romania) hits the scene with his superbly cosmic third album, 'Visions From the Past'. Listen to these ever changing ambient sounds, morphing and intertwining with melancholic progressive patterns unlike you've heard before as you are borne upon shifting layers of sound that drift the full spectrum from dark to bright emotions, everything brilliantly mixed for an unique result…
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The first curriculum in English on the ancient art of mantras explores every aspect of mantra theory and practice: spiritual and historical origins, mantra's effects on the body's energy centers, and how these sacred sounds can create massive changes in both our inner and outer worlds. Mantra: Sacred Words of Power reveals more than eight hours of instruction on dozens of specific mantras to break unhealthy habits, sharpen the mind, dispel fear, attract abundance, enhance creativity, strengthen your relationships, and much more.
Interrelated traditions of keyboard and lute playing that flourished in German-speaking lands in the age immediately predating the invention of music printing have fascinated us ever since our very first encounter with the surviving repertoire that originated from these traditions. Fifteenth-century music for keyboard and plucked stringed instruments is without doubt an exciting area in the early history of European instrumental music, but one paradoxically seldom visited by performers and thus virtually unknown to the wider public. Many pieces are recorded here for the first time, and it is our hope that the present disc may contribute to restoring the remnants of a once flourishing and highly refined art to the place they deserve in the awareness of music lovers.