Multiplicity-Ecstasy

Last modified September 21, 2006

In this CD, Sri Chinmoy offers 18 extemporaneous performances on different instruments. The multi-instrument recording includes a powerful 25 minute pipe organ improvisation recorded at St. John the Divine, New York in 1987.

These recordings are taken from 14 different Peace Concerts between 1985 and 1989. Other instruments used include: Vibraphone, portative organ, synthesizer, steel drum, piano, cymbals,  frame drum, gong, goblet drum, Japanese keyboard shamisen, drums, koto and shakuhachi flute.


 

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The title “Multiplicity-Ecstasy” suggests that God delights in the variety of the universe, in all the myriad forms which in truth come from Him, and are ultimately expressions of Himself.

Sri Chinmoy manifests an inherent world harmony in his music, by playing with instruments from many different countries.

– Kamalakanta Nieves.

Artist: Sri Chinmoy
Name: ‘Multiplicity-Ecstasy
Release year: 1992
Related tags: Organ, Improvisation
Duration: 46:08
Publisher: AUM Music
Tracks uploaded and published: Kamalakanta Nieves, Tejvan Pettinger.
Format: Advanced Audio Coding

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