Processional Music For Shawms And Percussion - Various - Tibetan Buddhist Rites From The Monasteries Of Bhutan Volume 1: Rituals Of The Drukpa Order From Thimpu And Punakha (Cassette)

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Tibetan Buddhist Rites From The Monasteries Of Bhutan Volume 1: Rituals Of The Drukpa Order From Thimpu And Punakha on Discogs/5(10). Reply
  5. Dec 16,  · These are the extraordinary recordings of the temple rituals and sacred ceremonies of the monks of Bhutan. Recorded in the great monasteries by John Levy, Vol. 1 - 4 represent possibly the most extensive and important recorded documents of Tibetan ceremonial music ever The ethereal Polytonal throat chanting, the long trumpets, shawms and percussion instruments, the processional music . Reply
  6. Jul 31,  · These recordings are from the field tapes from Levy’s Nagra-S tape recorder taped in They have been re-mastered & released as a two CD set entitled, Tibetan Buddhist Rites from the Monasteries of Bhutan. Four schools of thought dominate the religious landscape of Himalayan Buddhism; they are the Gelukpa, Nyingmapa, Kagyu, & Sakhya orders. Reply

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