Peeter Vähi ‎– The Path To The Heart Of Asia

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Erdenklang ‎– 20602
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1 Legend One
Flute [Bamboo] – Khoun SethisakKeyboards – Peeter Vähi
7:31
2 Legend Two
Drums [Darbuka] – Burhan Öcal*Keyboards, Cymbal [Tibetan Ritual] – Peeter Vähi
6:07
3 Legend Three
Keyboards, Cymbal [Tibetan Ritual] – Peeter VähiVocals – Khoun Sethisak
3:43
4 Legend Four
Dulcimer [Chinese] – Li Ting-yuiEhru – Wen Chin-lungGuitar [Moon-guitar] – Hsieh Meng-juKeyboards, Cymbal [Tibetan Ritual] – Peeter VähiPipa – Chi Yung-pin
4:05
5 Legend Five
Keyboards, Gong [Gamelan] – Peeter VähiVocals – Mongush Mergen*
2:44
6 Legend Six
Keyboards, Bells [Vietnamese] – Peeter VähiXylophone [Bamboo] – Ngo Thi Thanh Huong
3:11
7 Legend Seven
Ensemble – Taipei Chinese Music EnsembleFlute [Chinese Bamboo] – Chen Chung-shengKeyboards, Cymbal [Tibetian Ritual] – Peeter Vähi
3:29
8 Legend Eight
Chanzy, Vocals – Mongush Mergen*Keyboards – Peeter Vähi
4:21
9 Legend Nine
Drums [Darbuka] – Burhan Öcal*Keyboards – Peeter Vähi
4:29
10 Legend Ten
Keyboards – Peeter VähiTüngür, Vocals – Boris Salchak
4:27
11 Legend Zero
Keyboards, Cymbal [Tibetian Ritual], Vocals – Peeter Vähi
3:57

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From The Cross Culture Music Collection

Recorded at the Linnahall-Studio, Tallinn from April to June 1992.

Published by Erdenklang Musikverlag
℗+© 1992 by Erdenklang Musikverlag Ulrich Rützel
Manufactured and printed in Germany

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 23091 20602 0
  • Matrix / Runout: 20602 P+O-13630-A1 08-92
  • Label Code: LC 8155
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Other (SPARS Code): ADD

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December 2, 2016
PEETER VÄHI - THE PATH TO THE HEART OF ASIA (Erdenklang 20602) CD 49m
Even the past works I'd heard from Peeter hardly prepared me for this! Featuring musicians of the ensemble Orient 92 this is a most unusual and truly cross-culture breed of many musics: European, Indian, Oriental, Tibetan, almost any Euro-Asian ethnic music - you name it, it's in here somewhere. How on earth I can describe a concoction as this I don't know! There's certainly an electronic presence, yet the acoustic elements are as strong, it's both atmospheric and dynamic, featuring lots of ethnic instruments I've never heard of! All I can really say is that this is alluring and unique.
from my Erdenklang feature in Audion magazine #23 (Nov.1992)