My meditative debut features live performances of Tibetan Singing Bowls, Ting-Sha Cymbals, & Chimes—set against relaxing sounds of nature.
1. Space 16:30
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Purnama is Balinese for ‘full moon’. The inspiration for this album was found on the magical island of Bali, while playing singing bowls beneath an expansive full moon. May peace & wisdom illuminate within as you receive these sounds.
Max Raphael: Tibetan singing bowls, Ting-Sha cymbals, chimes
Recorded & mixed by Dan Murphy at Group Effort Sound Studios in Cincinnati, Ohio. * “Coming Back” recorded & mixed by Max Raphael at the Music Resource Center Cincinnati. Mastered by Max Raphael.
Cover & CD design by Max Raphael
Thank You to everyone, near & far, who has shared this journey of sound with me… and to Ron Esposito, Josh Elstro, Annie Bolling, & the Music Resource Center Cincinnati. Your support and love made this recording possible.