Shamanic Journey, Vol. 2: Didjeridu. Shamanic Journey, Vol.
Shamanic Journey, Vol. Music DeSign 3200729.
Shamanic Journey Rattle. Audio CD, January 1, 1997. Only 12 left in stock (more on the way).
1: Michael Harner's Shamanic Journey Solo and Double Drumming™ Even better! Digitally Remastered June 2010. The solo drumming is in the classic mode by Michael Harner using a single-headed, round-frame, hand drum. The double drumming, which some journeyers prefer, is also by Michael Harner, assisted by David Corbin. Both are using single-headed, round-frame drums. The drums are beaten facing each other at a slight angle, about four feet apart, to produce the maximum effect without excessive reverberation.
This recording uses primitive instruments to support the listener in making shamanic journeys. The berimbau and rain stick provide sonic driving for the journey as an alternative to drumming. The berimbau is a gourd-resonated, trance droning musical bow of African origin. The rain stick is a percussion instrument that originated in Chile. Made from a dried cactus branch, it produces the sound of gentle rain. The rain stick produces high frequencies that complement the low frequency droning, thereby boosting the total sonic effect. This journey ends with a callback. 1. 15 Minute Berimbau &.
Michael Harner's Shamanic Journey Solo And Double Drumming. Shamanic Journey Multiple Drumming 7. Play album. Shamanic Journeywork Series, No. 1 Solo And Double Drumming.
5: Michael Harner´s Shamanic Double Drumming™. The use of two drums, played facing each other, creates more reverberations and overtones than are usually produced by one drum alone. The slower measured beat of this recording is useful for many shamanic practices, such as calling in the spirits, and may also be used for journeying. No. 6: Michael Harner´s Shamanic Journey Rattle™. The rattle, in various forms, is used by shamans in many parts of the world