electrically modified harp

Andreas Vollenweider (born October 4, 1953) is a Swiss musician. His music has been categorized as World Music, Jazz, New Age and even Classical; two of his albums were number 1 on the Billboard charts simultaneously in the categories Classical, Jazz, Pop and Crossover for more than 11 weeks. His music could be described as very dynamic and colorful. His primary instrument is an electrically modified harp of his own design, but he also plays a wide variety of instruments from around the world, including the Chinese guzheng. His albums feature many musicians performing his compositions with him, ranging from simple solos to suites for orchestra and soloists. His music is mostly instrumental but he has occasionally forayed into vocal music as well.

His past collaborators include Bobby McFerrin, Carly Simon, Djivan Gasparyan, Luciano Pavarotti, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Carlos Núñez, Ray Anderson, and Milton Nascimento.

Politically, Andreas Vollenweider is an outspoken pacifist and follower of the principles of non-violent conflict management of Mahatma Gandhi. (Wikipedia)

Sursa: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andreas_Vollenweider



A flight in the air

Pace Verde

Night Fire Dance (Live 1994)


Tales Of Kira Kutan

Dancing With The Lion



Teresa De Sio e Andreas Vollenweider  (Jam session)  … 🙂 de ce iubesc eu concertele!

Morgana Palace


O voce care acopera 4 octave!

Robert „Bobby” McFerrin Jr. (born in Manhattan, New York, on March 11, 1950) is a jazz-influenced a cappella vocal performer and conductor. He is best known for his 1988 hit song „Don’t Worry, Be Happy”.

McFerrin is known for his unorthodox singing techniques. Using his unusually large vocal range of four octaves, in many performances he switches rapidly fluidly between normal and falsetto registers to create polyphonic effects, effectively performing both the main melody and the accompanying parts of songs. He makes use of vocal percussion created both with his mouth and by tapping on his chest. McFerrin is also capable of throat singing — a practice common in central Asian countries such as Tuva and Tibet — in which the singer excites the natural overtones from the fundamental vocal pitch, producing a two-or three-part chord of notes from one voice.” (Wikipedia)

J.S. Bach – Air     SUPERB!!

Spontanious inventions    As vrea sa particip la asa spectacol..

Good Lovin’

Siamese Song

Hold On (with Kuumba Singers)    Cit te poate patrunde….

Improvisation with Richard Bona

Dina Lam

The Alphabet Song

Thinkin’ About Your Body (Live)

Don’t Worry, Be Happy