Karuna by Nawang Khechog on Youtube

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Presence from Karuna by Nawang Khechog

Nawang Khechog is one of Tibet’s foremost contemporary musicians. On Karuna, Nawang makes full use of his newest innovation, the Universal Horn. It’s a combination of Tibetan long horn and Australian Aboriginal Didgeridoo. Combining Japanese Taiko drums, Tibetan long horns, cymbals, bells, Indian drums, South American rain sticks, flutes and Tibetan chanting, Nawang shares his experience with ancient sounds and the spirituality of Tibet.

Karuna means compassion in sanskrit, and compassion is the heart of Tibetan culture and spiritual tradition.

This album is produced by Kitaro at his studio MOCHI HOUSE.

=Song List=
01. Ocean of Wisdom
02. Karuna
03. Tibet
04. Rhythm of Dakini
05. Presence
06. Thanksgiving to Mother Earth
07. Journey with Ancients
08. Peace through Kindness

All those songs are on Youtube (some of them are short version), so please check out our Youtube Channel!

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