This is so typical Berlin… 🙂
You’re listening to a ‚mobile Jazz band‘, means: three guys play their jazzy music whilst walking from one end of the tram cabin to the other (and collecting ‚donations‘ from the audience, of course ;)) Worth every penny, isn’t it? Enjoy.
*recorded on 20th April 2017 in Berlin/Germany
Need a little ’spring impulse‘? Here we go! Listen to this early morning mood, captured around 6am in my hometown a couple of weeks ago… so many birds, so many hymns to welcome the new day… 🙂
Need a time out…? Then: Close your eyes and listen to a prayer, which was sung by an amazingly talented singer in an Art Galery in Old Goa today. With his eyes shut, he sat there on a simple chair, hidden behind a wall, his music next to him… and poured his soul into this prayer…Enjoy – and just rest for a minute 😉
Imagine it’s 5:30 am, you’re stepping out on your hotel balcony right in the middle of the Periyar nationalpark in Kerala, India… – and you hear Kerala’s incredible nature just waking up and starting into the new day. And if you listen carefully you might hear the morning prayer of a nearby monastry as well. Enjoy this special mood of a new beginning 🙂
You hear around 40 people singing a Christian Hymn while walking towards one of the houses in their neighborhood, in this case: The Villa Malibu in Benaulim. This is a ceremony held every year close to Christmas, to forward „Maria’s blessings“ in apperance of a little statue from one house to the next to show love, friendship and a peaceful attitude towards the neighbors.
Imagine you just woke up, opened your eyes and step out of your door to see how the weather ist… Well, actually this is what you HEAR then, in the early morning near Benaulim… Enjoy!
You hear a couple of Cambodian buddhist monks sing while carrying the body of a deceased old man to the temple. Nearly a hundred people are following them…
…forget all other items –
THIS is what you need to wake up and stand vertically in less than one second in your bed at 5am. Promised!
You hear a band of Khmer landmine victims as they play traditional music near the Angkor Wat temple, Siem Reap, Cambodia. Each of the band members survived unimaginable suffering. They decided not to beg for money, but to earn it in dignity by playing wonderful traditional music.
You hear a part of the soundcheck of a band that will perform on the amazing Singapore Baybeats Music Festival 2016, 24 – 26 June.
Just be a bit patient while listening:
The last sound settings optimization is in process and can be heard well… and from min. 2:30 on they start to really ROCK the stage… HAVE FUN! 🙂
It’s exactly 6am in Ubud/Bali. Your hear the sound of roosters crowing, crickets chirping, dogs barking … and in the temples of the city the prayer ceremony begins to greet the day: The Trisandya mantra is poured over Ubud and leads to a mystical atmosphere…
…like a warm shower, teasing blooms and leaves in the middle of the night somewhere in Ubud. A simple sound to relax and enjoy…
Recorded at Saphan Taksin station, near Central Pier… a young Thai is playing his violin to earn a bit money
This is how buddhist monks start their day: 6:00 am, recorded right under the stairway to the prayer’s room…
Close your eyes, take my hand and let me lead you around the main temple building of the famous Monkey Temple in Kathmandu, high above the city – these are its sounds: a guy who sells some music, families strolling around, birds, bells, prayers, people talking to each other … and you’re right in the middle of that inspiring scenery – enjoy! 🙂
One of the most incredible experiences in Nepal for me: This is what I call a ‚community‘! It really amazed and touched me deeply how these 30, maybe 40 people sat there on a balcony with a view to the Stupa and sang their mantra together, perfectly united. Enjoy and relax for a minute…
I’m sure you’ve seen a lot of pics of the Ganga so far. But did you ever wonder how it sounds …? Well, this is your chance 😉 Here’s the Sound of River Ganga, recorded right after sunset. Enjoy 🙂
…the most wonderful contrast to Delhi’s streets sounds: An oasis-like garden in India’s Capital. Enjoy & relax!
A Holi Special 😉 Enjoy!
Have you ever wanted to know how the mega-city New-Delhi sounds? Here’s your chance: Listen to some ‚crossroad traffic sounds‘ in the middle of the city, captured around 6pm…
How to speak Indi-English 😉 And be sure: We truly, madly, deeply love it!
Meditation hour in a Sikh temple in New-Delhi. You hear a couple of Gurus sing…