You can almost smell the cumin and vanilla and hear the calls of the street vendors as you let these quiet and tranquil sounds wash over your body.” —Massage Therapy Journal
There is a stillness, a point of balance, from which all movement stems, just as there is a place of silence from which all sound emanates. On Call of the Mystic, Karunesh has established such a base from which many wondrous instruments and sounds leap into joyful expression. Beautifully played bells, chimes, Tibetan bowls, sitar, sarod and Chinese instruments, bansuri flute and Indian violin come alive in a symphony of celebration — an offering, a meditation, a delightfully mystical calling, irresistible to heart and mind.
Sayama is a Japanese term that literally means “sitting on a mountain,’ and this perfectly expresses the intent of Sayama’s music — to instill serenity and peace in the listener. In his music you may find Tibetan and Japanese temple bowls, shakuhachi & koto, dizi & bansuri flutes, gu-cheng, overtone singing, gongs and various Asian percussion instruments...
The album has a mysterious and haunting quality to it that highlights Rajendra’s impressive musicianship. While his music is deeply rooted in the traditions of India it is very accessible to those who enjoy world music and are open to new musical experiences.” —Ambient Visions
Rajendra Teredesai is among India's leading classical bansuri (Indian bamboo flute) virtuosos, with a distinctive individuality evolved over years of dedicated study and practice. In meditation we center awareness on the innermost level of being. These compositions are based on traditional Indian ragas, with one kirtan, and as such invoke a deep spiritual experience for the listener. They have been arranged with simplicity in mind and feature bansuri, chant, tanpura, percussion and drums, with atmospheric keyboard backing. The music is ideally suited for meditative practices, contemplation, relaxation, yoga, tai chi and easy listening. May it enhance your life.