Feb 29 2008

Music: Primitive Heart, by Peter Ross

Published by at 5:19 am under Music

Peter Ross
Primitive Heart


“Passionate and hypnotic world music played on the Shakuhachi and ethnic bamboo flutes.”

I was lucky enough to hear a master shakuhachi player several years ago in Hawaii. Shakuhachi is the elegant Japanese bamboo flute. This CD combines the meditative currents of the shakuhachi with more primal rhythms and sounds. Very nice.

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2 Responses to “Music: Primitive Heart, by Peter Ross”

  1. peter hugo mcclureon 21 Jan 2009 at 6:33 am

    I very much like this music…i write Haikus and wrote a number of them when in Japan a few years ago…my favourite being the following:

    Snowing pink blossom
    Ravens grubbing for worms…
    This wet May morning

    I wrote this Haiku on “Cherry Blossom Viewing Day” (a public holiday) in Northern Japan.

    I have always wanted to create a “montage”…consisting of Poems, Music & Images (in my case still images) and now that the technology has been come available i can now start this project.

    I must thank Ivan for creating this site with these very ingrediants…works from arround the world…i look forward to bringing together material from diverse sources…subject to the blessing of the authors…we are all part of a global village where every-body’s voice counts…best regards pete mcclure.

  2. kairava shan-raon 23 Nov 2009 at 5:15 pm

    thank you Ivan for this exquisite poem. I particularly love your choices when they encompass deeper meaning and the inherent gifts and challenges of embodied experience. Your commentaries are also illuminating. I so appreciate your work.

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