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Spiridon Shishigin - Soul of Yakutia

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During his Berlin visit in 1998, the Siberian sound shaman Spiridon Shishigin made recordings for his first solo CD, "Soul of Yakutia". Khomus - instrument of seduction with spiritual and healing effects. The area around Lake Baikal is not only the home of the Turks, of the Mongolian and Tartar people, but also the original home of the mouth harp. From here the instrument has spread almost all over the world. The Sakha people say that the khomus (mouth harp) has been their means of expression, central to their existence, for at least three thousand years.

Content

Tundra
Song from the Whole Heart
Song of a Youth
Lena Waltz
White Horse
Osuochaj
Dance of the Female Shaman
Farewell
Souvenir
Spring Melodies
Childhood Memories
Ysiach
In the Mirror of the Pond
Fantasies of Berlin

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Title:
Spiridon Shishigin - Soul of Yakutia
Publisher/Label:
Wergo
Duration:
74 ′43 ′′
Series:

Technical Details

Product number:
SM 16202
MAN EAN:
4010228162028
Weight:
0,11 kg

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