Angelika | Infinite (Instrumental)

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Infinite (Instrumental)

by Angelika

INFINITE is a beautiful meditative sixteen minute track of angelic voice and the enchanting sound of the Indian Dilrubah, accompanied by 50 string Tamboura monochord and soft keyboard pad.. This music is dreamy, timeless, soothing and magical.
Genre: New Age: Meditation
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This meditation music track is sixteen minutes in length. It brings you to a calm, timeless space. It is a journey into the universe and with the angels. With angelic voices singing the primordial sound of existence, the Mantra OM, alternating with the enchanting Indian Dilrubah (stealer of hearts, it has a similar sound to the Esraj). Many have used this music for journey work and although listening to it for hours, they never get tired of it. The sound vibration connects us to a deeper sacred space inside. The Dilrubah was played by my dear friend Jamie Vaness, all other instruments and voices by me (Angelika). I use this track as background for guided meditations and inspirational journeys within. Although most of my other inspirational CDs are with lyrics, this was a special project inspired by the mysterious realms of the universe. Enjoy!



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Great Meditation Music
There is something unusual about this music that I never get tired of. Something about the subtle blending of the Dilrubah and the almost imperceptible vocals. It seems to transport one into a beautiful spacious place. It is excellent as background music for meditation. I also use it as background music for the guided Yoga Nidra practice I offer.