Koshanin | Under the Sacred Tree [432 Hz Edition]

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Under the Sacred Tree [432 Hz Edition]

by Koshanin

This collection of solo piano pieces features Koshanin’s original compositions and unique arrangements of select traditional folk songs from the Slavic lands. Koshanin further explores these folk melodies, reviving them in a new, non-traditional context.
Genre: New Age: Solo Instrumental
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1. In the Green Garden [432 Hz]
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2. Na Srce Mi Leži, Mila Mamo [432 Hz]
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3. Što Mi Je Merak Poljak da Bidnem [432 Hz]
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4. Oj Golube, Moj Golube [432 Hz]
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5. Vodičanka Kolo [432 Hz]
2:48 $0.99
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6. The Flying Carpet [432 Hz]
6:35 $0.99
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7. Dragonfly [432 Hz]
3:18 $0.99
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8. The Celtic Triptych, Pt, 1: Singidun [432 Hz]
6:26 $0.99
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9. The Celtic Triptych, Pt, 2: Taurun [432 Hz]
2:43 $0.99
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10. The Celtic Triptych, Pt, 3: The Riddle [432 Hz]
3:02 $0.99
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11. Navali Se Šar-Planina [432 Hz]
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12. Tears of Joy [432 Hz]
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Under The Sacred Tree" is Koshanin's second solo piano album. This collection of piano pieces features original compositions as well as his unique arrangements of select traditional folk songs from the Slavic lands, including Russia, Serbia and Macedonia. Koshanin further explores these folk melodies and the odd time-signatures characteristic of the music from the Balkan region, reviving them in a new, non-traditional context. His continuous search for beauty and simplicity in music gives this album a peaceful, reflective mood.

"432Hz Edition" Album Notes:

This is an alternate 432Hz edition of Koshanin’s album “Under the Sacred Tree”. Whereas under the current tuning standard the reference pitch of “middle A” is tuned to 440Hz, this album has been recorded at the alternate tuning of 432Hz. The 432Hz tuning, along with other alternate tunings, has been widely in use until the early Twentieth Century. Despite the ongoing “432 vs. 440 war” on the Internet, as well as numerous claims and/or facts about the effects of the music played on instruments tuned to 432Hz, it is evident that this subtle change gives the music a slightly warmer, wider and darker sound.

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