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Trip Along
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performed by Suchitra Lata, fl. 2000 (Magnatune, 2015), 38 mins
performed by Suchitra Lata, fl. 2000 (Magnatune, 2015), 38 mins
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Lava Lounge
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performed by Suchitra Lata, fl. 2000 (Magnatune, 2014), 44 mins
performed by Suchitra Lata, fl. 2000 (Magnatune, 2014), 44 mins
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Just You and Me
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performed by Suchitra Lata, fl. 2000 (Magnatune, 2014), 1 hour
performed by Suchitra Lata, fl. 2000 (Magnatune, 2014), 1 hour
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Rare, the Kafi Kanada Sessions
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performed by thirty3 (Magnatune, 2013), 1 hour 26 mins
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Stories from my Grandfather's Village
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performed by Jay Kishor (Magnatune, 2013), 1 hour 2 mins
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India meets Persia
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performed by Simone Angele and Amir Kalhor (Magnatune, 2012), 1 hour 1 mins
performed by Simone Angele and Amir Kalhor (Magnatune, 2012), 1 hour 1 mins
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New World
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performed by Svara (Magnatune, 2011), 1 hour 2 mins
performed by Svara (Magnatune, 2011), 1 hour 2 mins
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Waves of Beauty - Nada Yoga Vol 2
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performed by Amelia Cuni and Werner Durand (Amelia Cuni and Werner Durand, 2011), 53 mins

Uplifting music to calm the mind - Nada Yoga Vol. 2

Amelia Cuni: vocals and Werner Durand: pan-ney, tanpuras, drones and sound-design

In this single 56 minute long track, Amelia's crystal clear voice is set in a soundscape generated by acoustic sources, using no synthetic sounds. The music is based on...

performed by Amelia Cuni and Werner Durand (Amelia Cuni and Werner Durand, 2011), 53 mins
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Mystic Journey - ancient sounds of the Diruba
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performed by Gopal (Gopal, 2010), 56 mins
The dilruba is an old rare Indian Classical instrument with a meditative quality and a heartfelt sound that goes well with other instruments, creating a rich tapestry of sounds that touches the heart and relaxes the body-mind. This can be heard in "Mystic Journey", an album that features the dilruba combined with...
performed by Gopal (Gopal, 2010), 56 mins
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Depth of my Heart
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performed by Gopal (Gopal, 2010), 51 mins
This album is the natural sound of the dilruba (an Indian instrument which is a cross of the sitar and sarangi) recorded in a temple without any processing. The only accompaniment is the occasional sounds of the morning birds. Many people listen to this music for relaxation, meditation, soft movement, healing sess...
performed by Gopal (Gopal, 2010), 51 mins
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