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Tinsagu Nu Hana - Japan Relief

by The Pangean Orchestra

100 % of the sales of this single will go directly to the Red Cross Earthquake/Pacific Tsunami Fund.
Genre: World: Japanese traditional
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Album Notes
This traditional Japanese song teaches how important our ancestors and our homeland is.

"Color your fingernails with the balsam flower, color your soul with the teaching of your parents.
As the ship which sails the night sea depends on the polestar, so my parents depend on me.
Even if we could count all the stars in the sky, we could never count all things our parents teach us.
Even a gemstone fades if it is not polished, I want to make my heart shine all my life."

What sets The Pangean Orchestra apart from other world music projects is the size of the ensemble.
This is the first endeavor to create an entire orchestra that implements musicians and instruments from every corner of the world on stage. Whether they play the Violin, kaval, Pipa, or the Drum set, they are treated as equals. The repertoire of the ensemble is derived out of the music that surrounds each instrument from the orchestra. Music ranges from modern electronica style pieces, to ancient folk songs and anything in between. We serve as a platform to show the world what is possible when we build upon our similarities as a people and then celebrate the differences.



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Review from NewAgeMusicWorld.Com / NewAgeMusic.nu
The Pangean Orchestra and CD Baby are teaming up to raise money for disaster relief in Japan. Millions of people overwhelmed by the earthquakes and resulting tsunami remain desperately in need of our assistance, and people of goodwill are responding. With the ongoing crisis in Japan, help often arrives in many forms and in this case, total revenue for disaster relief in the form of free music is a trusted source for your donation. The Red Cross Earthquake/Pacific Tsunami Fund will receive 100% of the direct proceeds from sales of a free mp3 single released by the Pangean Orchestra, which is based in Phoenix, Arizona. The director of the Pangean Orchestra is music professional Colin O’Donohoe, who leads the group of instrumentalist from nearly every continent. Tinsagu Nu Hana – Japan Relief is the name of their free mp3 music. The sample I listened to on CD Baby is sung in Japanese by a tenor vocalist, and is comprised of upbeat contemporary instrumentals. Most importantly, your music purchase will make you feel great knowing you helped provide 100% direct funds for people who need our assistance during this ongoing crisis. Thanks to the Pangean Orchestra and CD Baby!

John Paden

Great Song!
Captures the feeling the world has for Japan in this tme of crisis