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Singing To The Mountain - Paul Winter & The Earth Band Featuring Arto Tuncboyaciyan - Journey With T


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Label: Living Music - LMUS0038 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Jazz, Folk, World, & Country • Style: New Age, Gypsy Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Neofolk
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For 20 years, new age wind player Paul Winter has headlined world-class audiovisual musical extravaganzas celebrating the summer and winter solstices at New York's Cathedral of St.

John the Divine. Most of the contemplative nature of this worldbeat meets new age recording reflects the ambience of the early morning summer celebration, while two songs -- the intensely percussive, Middle Eastern-flavored "Caravan at Dawn" and the mystical "Yabu" -- come from the winter show that featured Mickey Hart playing RAMU, or Random Access Music Universe i. The unique spiritual power of the album derives from vocalist Arto Tuncboyacianan Armenian whose African-sounding guttural vocals utter phrases in "vocables" from his own personal dialect; this is exotic scat singing at its most creative!

The mystical "Broken Arm" shows the more heartfelt side of his vocals, and the interesting mood swings continue throughout. The joyous jig-like "Mountain Wedding" features the Uilleann pipes of Davy Spillaneand these pipes are used to more haunting effect on "Pas de Deux.

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Release Date October 31, Genre New Age. Styles Ethnic Fusion. Track Listing. Caravan at Dawn. Paul Winter. First Oasis. Broken Arm. Arto Tuncboyaciyan. Mountain Wedding. Cave of the Winds. Pas de Deux. Singing To The Mountain. Middle Oasis. Green Grass, It Grows Bonny. Last Oasis. Land Of The Pipers. Oror Bubrik. Broken Arm Arto Tuncboyaciyan. Mountain Wedding Paul Winter.

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  1. Grammy-Winner Paul Winter presents his Earth Band, featuring the Irish piper, Davy Spillane (of ‘Riverdance’), l Armenian vocalist and percussionist Arto Tuncboyaciyan, cellist Eugene Friesen and keyboardist Paul Halley (long-time members of the Paul Winter Consort) along with special guest Mickey Hart (of the Grateful Dead) playing his new.
  2. Paul Winter & The Earth Band Featuring Arto Tuncboyaciyan ‎– Journey With The Sun Label: Living Music ‎– LMUS Format: CD Written-By – Arto Tuncboyaciyan (tracks: 1 to 3, 7, 8, 11, 13), Davy 4/4(2).
  3. Paul Winter founded Living Music in as the recording context for his ensemble, the Paul Winter Consort, and his community of colleagues, which includes some of the finest jazz, classical and world music musicians, along with notable voices from the great symphony of the wild.
  4. Top Tracks - Paul Winter & The Earth Band Play all. Broken arm Arto Tunçboyaciyan - Duration: 6 minutes, 10 seconds.
  5. Jul 19,  · "In Celebration of the Earth" with Paul Winter. Skip navigation Eagle Mountain; Artist Paul Winter; Concert for the Earth: Song for the Earth (featuring Jim Scott + Paul Winter Consort).
  6. Dec 02,  · In this, the finest album by Paul Winter and friends in many a year ( Grammy finalist, thus far, at time of this review), we hear a large variety of sounds and rhythms performed on saxophone, sarangi, koto, bansuri, taiko, bendir and other percussion, English horn, oboe, organ, keyboard, carillon, plus voice and chorus.5/5(9).

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