Nada Himalaya CD
Deuter’s masterful meditation music echoes the pristine essence of a Himalayan retreat by integrating the natural sounds of Tibetan bells and bowls, chimes, and a mountain stream in Nada Himalaya. Expanding reverberations and overtones meld in perfect harmony. Listened to with eyes closed and soul open, it instantly transforms one’s living room into a sacred space of devotion and inner contemplation. Retailing Insight
“Powerfully meditative and a distinct departure would be the two apt descriptions for Deuter’s new Nada Himalya. While his past works, like “Nirvana Road” or “Land of Enchantment” were crafty blendings of guitars, recorders, lively percussion, and spacious flowing synths, you’ll find none of those instruments here. Instead, gentle sounds of Tibetan bells and bowls, chimes and the sounds of mountain streams float like white clouds in the Himalayas. These sound vibrations can literally change the environment, inviting silence from the inside. A timeless space of harmonics and subtle vibrations await those who enter the here and now of these spiritual sounds, resonating from the heights and depths of simple breath and existence.” – Common Ground
- Nada Himalaya 1 31:19
- Nada Himalaya 2 16:0
- Final 2:58
Total Time 50:24
Deuter is the German musician who has pioneered New Age Music for over 40 years, connecting East and West in ways that few other artists ever have. Born in postwar Germany, Deuter taught himself the guitar and just about every instrument he could get his hands on, though it wasn’t until after a near-fatal car crash in his early twenties that he decided to pursue a career in music.
Over the years, Deuter has continued to master a vast array of instruments. Music by Deuter now includes flutes, shakuhachi, guitar, banjo, sitar, santoor, piano, cello, tibetan bells, koto, bouzouki, keyboards, and viola da gamba. He has recorded and released over 60 albums, all the while never ceasing to explore new frequencies and resonances.