Alan Roubik | The Four Seasons

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The Four Seasons

by Alan Roubik

A mix of classical, contemporary and world music, composed by Alan Roubik and featuring world-class studio musicians. Targeting immune system and pain relief, water crystal photos published by best selling author and researcher Dr. Masaru Emoto.
Genre: New Age: Healing
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Scientifically tested and endorsed by an independent research laboratory in Tokyo by Dr. Masaru Emoto, Alan’s music is said to have the most healing properties of any modern music. His music is used and recommended by doctors, professional athletes and trainers, health, fitness and yoga instructors, as well as spiritual healers. The "Four Seasons" was originally released in Japan under the title "Hado Music: Series 1," targeting the immune system and pain relief. It included a book about the science behind the production and retailed for an astounding $100 per CD. Musicians include Alan Roubik (piano / composer), Grant Geissman (guitar), Larry Antonino (bass), Brian Kilgore (percussion), Dave Hooper (drums), chief recording engineer Alan Hirshberg.


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