Guru Chants and Mantras in the Tibetan Tradition CD by Tulku Sherdor
Guru Chants and Mantras in the Tibetan Tradition features Tibetan Buddhist Mantras with Keyboards, Strings and Bansuri Flute.
Fifteen tracks of chants drawn from different Tibetan Buddhist lineages and produced in different styles, including Chogling Treasure lineage, Dudjom Treasure Lineage, Drukpa and Karma Kagyu schools, Dzogchen Pema Nyingtig and Longchen Nyingtig.
Contributing artists: Vocals by Krishna Das, Celine Mogielnicki, and Lesley Hand; strings and keyboards by John McDowell; bansari flutes by Steve Gorn; guitar by Charlie Braun; and violin by Scot Moore.
Profits will be dedicated to several charities. The physical CD Includes a 24-page illustrated booklet translating and explaining all the chants.
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