It must be one of the strangest sounds in all the world's religions: deep guttural chanting over percussive chaos. In fact it's Tibetan monks chanting Buddhist sutras or holy scriptures, against a wild background of metallic percussion and 15-foot long horns. Unlikely though it might seem, this ancient and remote Asian mountain culture has been the inspiration for western electronic musicians to create a distinctive kind of Tribal-Ambient travel music.
On this transmission of Hearts of Space, a journey to the metaphoric "roof of the world" on a program called HIMALAYAN DREAMSCAPES.
Music is by NAWANG KHECHOG, DAVID PARSONS, NEBULAE, and CHOYING DROLMA & STEVE TIBBETTS.