Felix Maria Woschek & Friends | Shalom Salam Vol.2

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Shalom Salam Vol.2

by Felix Maria Woschek & Friends

Singing mantras from Hinduism, Sufism anda Judaism with the Persian Sufi and ney master, Mohammad Eghbal, these songs speak of peace between the Arab and Jewish people.
Genre: Spiritual: Mantras
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Gurubandana
11:32 album only
2. Shri Krishna
4:52 $1.29
3. Shalom Aleichem
13:30 album only
4. Allah huma salle Allah
18:55 album only
5. Hinneih Matov I
8:01 $1.29
6. Hinneih Matov II
2:47 $1.29
7. Nigun
3:48 $1.29
8. Bismillah
11:17 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
10 years after my album "Shalom Salam" has been published and the Oslo peace treaty has been signed, we are faced with an unprecedented series of violence and destruction between Jewish and Arab people. Again and again, I wonder if we are really able to stop this senseless killing and discontinue the spiral of hate. Can our songs and prayers for peace help to bring about this change?

Singing mantras from Hinduism, Sufism and Judaism with the Persian Sufi and ney master Mohammad Eghbal, my wife Elke, the Jewish singer Rebecca Vilensky and the drummer Raimund Engelhardt gave me so much inner peace and joy that I have the whish to share this with you through this CD. However, peace is not an abstract idea; rather, it is created anew in our lives - each day again (or not; after all, we have to do something for it!). The most powerful instrument to achieve this is a community of brothers and sisters in mind. These songs help us to connect to the larger spiritual community and create a strong vibration of peace



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