2013/1/23 on sale
【音魂・言霊 OTODAMA・KOTODAMA】 53:36
“Norito” Chants：Karind Obata "ryu-teki" flute：Khorey Deguchi
The people of old likened the tone of the "ryu-teki" flute to the roar of a dragon as it rises.
This tone was layered in synchronization with the "Norito," a Shinto ritual prayer performed by the Harima-Onmyoji.
And music was born.
Sounds of nature captured in the foothills of Nara and at the sea of Kumano--murmuring streams, the singing of insects and birds, the splash of waves on the shore--entwined with the music to broaden the ensemble.
Play it loud or play it soft, however it suits your pleasure.
Play it when you're happy, when you're sad. Play it to calm your mind, or to feel inspired. Play it while you sleep, or with a cup of tea.
It would please me greatly to have this music become a part of your daily life.