This captivating musical interpretation of Samsara, philosophically representing the eternal cycle of birth, life, death and rebirth, weaves an intriguing path through the many facets of one person’s journey.
Watch the video for “Conversation with God” from this album
Though not titled romantic, in the grander sense these wondrous meditative flute serenades are a musical interpretation of the romance we share with The Divine. They reach out and give voice to our human aspirations, bringing a sense of love, warmth and closeness with our Innermost Being. Though not precisely romantic, the album is filled with love and passion.
Watch the Video for “Serenade to Madhubala” from the Devotion Collection 2
A set of wild musical/soundscapes for when you need some quiet time for getting centered” —Midwest Record
Drawing upon traditional Indian ragas, while maintaining their pristine purity and simplicity, bansuri virtuoso Teredesai has masterfully and lovingly ventured down the Path of the Divine. An exquisite recording, suitable for meditation, yoga or restful repose.
“The music of my bamboo flute is dedicated to the spiritual seeker — the one who, in the formidable chaos of modern times, still strives to seek true peace and mental tranquility by connecting with the Divinity deep within and all around.” —Rajendra Teredesai
Watch the video of “Param Sukh” from this album.
My desire with my compositions is to create soothing, melodic and catchy tunes that are presented simply, as an antidote to an oft-chaotic world filled with complexity. The guitar gives the melodies an acoustic clarity, allowing listeners to imagine themselves wherever they want to go, to their own personal Island of Anywhere. — Mike Howe
Remember when you’ve heard music so beautiful that it captured you, lifted you up, opened your heart and mind? Perhaps you were having a massage, doing yoga or just being silent but whatever you were doing, you wanted that music to continue. This is the music of One. Music to keep you there. Over an hour of guitars, tablas, oboe, cello, tamboura, harp, English horn, voice and many other soft sounds woven together with no abrupt changes, the timing set to the gentle rhythm of the ocean.