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Pranam

by Prana Trio

Prana Trio is an avant-chamber group whose music is inspired by the sacred poetry of Rumi, Hafiz, Lao Tzu, Kabir, and others.
Genre: Avant Garde: Sound Collage
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1. Tao Te Ching
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2. Once Like A Spark
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3. The Guide
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4. Everywhere
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5. Rumi Suite
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6. La ilaha il Allah
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7. Tao Te Ching
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Prana Trio was established to transfer this universal idea of breath into a format based around musical improvisation. Since 2003, the group has been dedicated to exploring original compositions and improvisations based on the texts of Rumi, Hafiz, Lao Tzu, Kukai, Shankarcarya, Kabir, Issa as well as others. They have toured throughout the United States and Germany and have had the honor of playing with Ran Blake, Frank Carlberg, Dave Fiuczynski, Ben Monder and Stomu Takeishi. Described as "beautiful... magical..." by pianist Marilyn Crispell, the trio has released three albums on Circavision Productions: The Singing Image of Fire (2010), Pranam (2006) and After Dark (2004).

“Like fine jewelers Prana Trio craft perfect settings for the poems.”
~David Dupont, Cadence Magazine

Sunny Kim- vocals
Stomu Takeishi- basses
Brian Adler- drums

With Special Guests:
Frank Carlberg- piano (1,3,7)
Jeremy Udden- reeds (2,4)
Michael Winograd- clarinet (4)
Chris Donohue- tenor saxophone (4)

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