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Sacred World (U.S. Tour Special Edition)

by Desert Rose

Sacred World is a musical odyssey inspired by ancient traditions and languages. The mysterious lost language of N|uu can be heard in the Rain Chant of the title track echoing the voice of the Ancients while the poetry of Rumi intertwines with ancient Sufi mantras in Ishqallah.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Om Mani Padme Hum
4:13 $0.99
2. Sacred World
6:30 $0.99
3. Ubuntu
4:26 $0.99
4. Bring Back the Life
4:29 $0.99
5. Manmana Bhava
8:32 $0.99
6. Jyoti Jagalo
3:56 $0.99
7. Hallelujah
5:14 $0.99
8. Ave Maria
3:48 $0.99
9. Ishqallah
16:40 $1.99
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Album Notes
The Desert Rose Story....

Founded in 1999 by world music composer, Lynne Holmes, Desert Rose is based in Cape Town, South Africa and is widely regarded as leading composers, producers and performers of Universal Sacred World Music.

In 2005 Lynne Holmes teamed up with her life partner, Yusuf Ganief, and started an exciting journey through diverse cultures and faith groups from Sufism, Gregorian Chanting to ancient languages including Aramaic, Sanskrit, Hindi, Hebrew and Gurmukhi. The duo is at the heart of Desert Rose, constantly exploring the creation and emergence of universal world music that allows the listener to access their inner worlds, facilitating healing and shifting consciousness.

Yusuf is currently the leading multilingual world music vocalist in Southern Africa and together with Lynne have performed to standing ovations in London (St Ethelburgas Centre for Peace and Reconciliation and London Interfaith Centre – June 2012)), Oxford (Jacqueline du Pres Hall – Multifaith Music Festival), Penang, Malaysia (Georgetown Festival – 2012 and 2013), Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur – 2013), Warsaw, Poland (COP19 - November 2013), Singapore (Esplanade Theatre – Festival of Sacred Tapestry - April 2013), India (Mount Abu and Delhi - March 2014), Lima, Peru (COP20 - Dec 2014), Turkey and Bosnia (Peace Concerts - March 2015), Brazil (Soul Journey Tour in 10 Cities - April 2015), India (100th birthday celebrations of Dadi Janki and Call of the Time Retreat– Nov 2015), France (COP21 – Dec 2015), Poland (Warsaw Cultural Centre – Dec 2015), South African and Mozambique (Sound to Silence Tours – May and September 2016), Morocco (Cop22 – Nov 2016), Oman (Nov 2016), Mauritius (World Religion Day and Sacred Songs of the World Tour – January 2017), Mozambique (Sound to Silence Retreat – Apr 2017), South Africa (3HO Kundalini Spring Festival – Sep 2017) , USA (Sacred World Tour - Sep/Oct 2018), Malaysia ( Unity in Diversity Tour - Dec 2018)

Lynne Holmes, (Music composer, Director, Pianist, and Keyboard/Harp player), is the winner of numerous awards including performing as a soloist with the National Symphony Orchestra for National Television at the age of 13. One of her performance highlights was composing and performing for Nelson Mandela in 1995. She has composed and produced 18 world music albums and received a 5-star rating for her album, ‘Silence of the Music’. She is recognized locally and internationally as one of the leading composers of sacred world music. Her last 3 albums reflect her love for the Sikh traditions and teachings.

Yusuf, lead multilingual vocalist and group manager, was born from a mother with Scottish descent and a father with Javanese descent, but was brought up with the spiritual teachings and traditions of Sufism, passed on from generation to generation by his ancestors who were brought to SA in the 1600’s as political exiles by the Dutch. At age 10 he joined a traditional Sufi group and became known in his community for his solo recitals.

In 2008 Lynne recorded him as a soloist on the album, The Prayer. It became a local hit and gave birth to Desert Rose as a live performance group. Since then his personal spiritual path has developed him into a sacred multilingual vocalist singing in Sanskrit, Arabic, Gurmukhi, Aramaic, Hebrew, Hindi, French, Spanish and English. In 2007 he gave up his professional career as CEO for the Cape Town Festival to pursue his dream as a sacred world music singer.

Desert Rose has been internationally acknowledged as ambassadors for peace, non-violence, interfaith and Climate Change awareness. Since 2013 they have been the only musicians invited as part of the International Interfaith Movement for the UN at the annual COP (Climate Change) conferences. They constantly strive to develop live performances, workshops and retreats to further their promotion of peace, social responsibility and common humanity through a unique universal musical signature. They follow a personal path of universal spirituality incorporating daily meditation, yoga, sacred chanting, veganism.



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