Chöying Drolma, Steve Tibbetts – Viajes A Traves De La Musica Luz Del Tibet. Label: Resistencia – SR200807. Series: Six Degrees Travel Series –. Format: CD, Compilation.
Listen to music from Chöying Drolma & Steve Tibbetts like Kyamdro Semkye and Yumcehn Tukar. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Chöying Drolma & Steve Tibbetts. Ani Chöying Drolma and the nuns of Nagi Gompa, a Buddhist nunnery in the foothills of the Himalayas, sing songs that have been passed down in an unbroken living tradition for hundreds of years. In 1994, guitarist Steve Tibbetts visited their remote monastery and recorded their music, which he later framed with elegant and restrained arrangements to create a stunning recording called Chö, released on Ryko/Hannibal Records.
Steve Tibbetts, Chöying Drolma - Chenrezi 03:24. Steve Tibbetts - Life Of Lowell 03:28. Steve Tibbetts - Life Of Someone 02:30. Steve Tibbetts, Chöying Drolma - Song of Realization 08:56. Steve Tibbetts - Test 06:20. Steve Tibbetts - Big Idea 05:14.
Choying Drolma & Steve Tibbetts Kyamdro Semkye (Tibet). Choying Drolma - Steve Tibbetts Mandala Offering. Choying Drolma & Steve Tibbetts Om Pana Phem. Choying Drolma, Steve Tibbetts Ney Ogmin Chöying Podrang.
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Steve Tibbetts (born 1954) is an American jazz guitarist. He views the recording studio as a tool for creating sounds. Most of his albums include percussionist Marc Anderson. Tibbetts plays acoustic and electric guitar and exotic percussive instruments such as the kendang and kalimba. His music has been described as rock, jazz, rock, ambient, experimental, and world music. Tibbets refers to it as "postmodern neo-primitivism". Often more than one genre or style is found in a single composition.
In 1997 the contemplative, deeply moving collaboration between Tibetan Buddhist nun and monastic abbot Chöying Drolma and artist Steve Tibbets was a textbook example of how to bring together two cultures whose musical and spiritual traditions were so different. Tibbetts, long a maverick who had little regard for the way world music was presented in modern contexts, set about working with Drolma, whose traditional and devotional Tibetan chants were revered in Buddhist circles.