Catalogue


Rhythms of the chakras [sound recording] /
Glen Velez.
imprint
Boulder, CO : Sounds True, p1998.
description
1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
ISBN
1564555933, 9781564555939
format(s)
CD
Holdings
Subjects
subject
More Details
author
imprint
Boulder, CO : Sounds True, p1998.
isbn
1564555933
9781564555939
standard identifier
600835000628
publisher #
M006D
contents note
Origins -- Fruits of labor -- Mirrors -- Webs -- Voices -- Third eye -- Unity.
general note
"Drumming for the body's energy centers"--Insert.
Compact disc.
catalogue key
2925384
A Look Inside
Summaries
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Each of the body's seven chakras is sensitive to particular tempos and sounds. Rhythms of the Chakras is a rhythmic tour through these physical energy centers with percussionist and composer Glen Velez. These seven intricate, irresistible drumming compositions evoke spontaneous movements and sensations that help focus mental energy -- and healing -- on all of the chakras. Listeners chant along with vocalizations based on specific vowel sounds that are designed to increase the healing power of the resonating drums. Physically energizing and musically satisfying, Rhythms of the Chakras is a one-of-a-kind offering that articulates the dynamics of healing through the hands of a master musician.
Unpaid Annotation
Evoke spontaneous movements & sensations that help focus mental energy - & healing - on all of the chakras. Chant along with vocalizations based on specific vowel sounds designed to increase healing power
Table of Contents
Orgins
Mirrors
Fruits of Labor (The Second Chakra)
Unity (The Seventh Chakra)
Webs
Third Eye
Voices
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