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On this gentle, deeply moving album, the intimate, musical conversation between mother and daughter wraps you in a soothing blanket of sound. Five classical kirtan tracks feature the rich vocal interplay between Prabhu Nam Kaur and her daughter, Snatam Kaur. Accompanied by layers of tabla, harmonium, viola, bansuri, keyboards, guitar and bass guitar. These devotional hymns are from the Sikh tradition of Gurbani Kirtan. The words are direct transmissions from the Sound Current, recited by Amar Das, the bards Satte and Balwand, and Guru Arjan, who lived in 16th century India. Anyone who sings or listens to these words with meditative mind and heart will be transported into the Sound Current from which the words have come.
About the Artist
Prabhu Nam Kaur has been teaching yoga for 30 years, is able to listen with deep compassion, and has a profound mastery of the sound current. She is able to evoke a deeply sacred space with her devotional music. She has been studying the language Gurmukhi for more than 30 years and takes great joy in her ongoing studies of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib, the holy text of the Sikhs. She is one of the leading Ragis musicians in the Sikh community of the West, and is a well-know teacher of the Gurmukhi language, and its musical form, Gurbani. One of her most precious students is her daugher, Snatam Kaur.
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I dont think Amazon have got samples up yet but if you want a taste of Snatam Kaur's wonderful pure voice, go to [...] and you can listen to many tracks. That's where I stumbled across her and once I heard that voice I have wanted every new release that comes along. It's the sort of music that you can just play on repeat and it has a wonderful uplifting effect. You dont have to be religious or even particularly spiritual to enjoy this music, but it will touch your soul and enter you deeply.