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New Age: Energy Healing World: World Fusion Moods: Type: Live Recordings
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by Denis Dion

If you're amazed by Overtone singing, didjeridu, saz, classical harp and some unusual percussion instruments all with live electronic manipulations. you may enjoy this adventure.
Genre: New Age: Energy Healing
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1. Inter-action
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2. Rencontre - 1
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3. Standing Waves
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4. R
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5. Rencontres - 2
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6. R
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7. Didjeridu + 2
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8. R
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9. In-Pulsion
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10. Rencontres - 3
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11. ...improvisation collective
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Album Notes
Dominique Bertrand is an amazing Overtone singning virtuoso, on this CD he plays also Shakuhashi, Saz, Flutes and percussion instruments. James Lebens teaches trombone at Laval University in Quebec and joined us on this concert and plays Didjeridu and Trombone; Nathalie Teevens was for some years associates with Quebec Symphony Orchestra as principal harp player, she is playing nicefully on some tracks while composer Denis Dion add some sound files along with live electronics.
This musical adventure was set on live improvisation. This CD is a live recording made at Anglicane in Levis (Canada). The last track (#11) on this CD is an excerpt from audience experiencing improvisation !


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