Rhythms of Peace

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All Music Guide - Jim Brenholts
Nawang Khechog's mission in life is one of the noblest. He seeks to spread messages of peace, love, and forgiveness throughout the world. Furthermore, he has chosen to use ancient ethnic instruments to do so. On Sounds of Peace, he defines -- well -- one way that peace might sound. His gentle atmospheres shine with pastoral beauty. Using acoustic instruments and natural processing echo, Khechog achieves a space music effect with organic textures. The deep spirituality of Tibetan Buddhism is clear in every note of this soundscape. Khechog's experiences as a monk have shown him that the way is through peace, love, and forgiveness. That kind of spirituality holds true in ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Jim Brenholts
Nawang Khechog's mission in life is one of the noblest. He seeks to spread messages of peace, love, and forgiveness throughout the world. Furthermore, he has chosen to use ancient ethnic instruments to do so. On Sounds of Peace, he defines -- well -- one way that peace might sound. His gentle atmospheres shine with pastoral beauty. Using acoustic instruments and natural processing echo, Khechog achieves a space music effect with organic textures. The deep spirituality of Tibetan Buddhism is clear in every note of this soundscape. Khechog's experiences as a monk have shown him that the way is through peace, love, and forgiveness. That kind of spirituality holds true in everyday life. This emotional CD will appeal to fans of Riley Lee, Stan Richardson, Life in Balance, and Henry Wolff & Nancy Hennings.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/3/1996
  • Label: Sounds True
  • UPC: 600835029421
  • Catalog Number: 50294
  • Sales rank: 375,224

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Nawang Khechog Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist
Technical Credits
Joan Baez Poetry
Steven Van Zandt Remastering
Nawang Khechog Composer, Producer
Steve VanZandt Remastering
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  • Posted February 7, 2011

    beautiful music

    I heard Nawang Khechog play, an out of body experience for me. A piece he played for the opening of a UN session was incredibly moving and poignant. He's a major figure in Tibetan music, world renowned.

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