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NEW RELEASE: Udana - flute music for relaxation

There's nothing quite like the sound of the flute to relax your mind and lighten your mood. From the Japanese shakuhachi, to India's bansuri, flute song has echoed around our planet for thousands of years evoking tranquillity and peace in all who would sit a while and listen.

Introducing Udana: flute music for relaxation

In the spirit of the ancient meditative tradition of the flute, Udana is a series of free flowing improvisations that capture the light and mobile tones of traditional bamboo flutes as they weave through  soundscapes from around the world.

Leave gravity behind with the soothing airy sound of the flute. Udana is for relaxation of the kind that's light and carefree, drifting above our earth bound worries, Ananga's flute carries you to a lighter state of being...





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Reader Comments (2)

yeah flute music gives a great relaxation. it is a music one must listen too! recently
A colleague of mine who is good at playing golf brought a preloaded mp3 player from which is recorded by clinical hypnotherapists. Now I can see him playing better. is this flute music available in preloaded format?

Sep 11, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterJim Keogh

Hello Jim

Thanks for your comments. This music is not available on a preloaded mp3 player, it was something we thought about for some of our relaxation products, but with iTunes becoming so popular and so easy to use we are considering releasing it for sale there so that anyone can add it to their iPod.

with best wishes

Sep 12, 2008 | Registered CommenterAnanga

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