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Kirtan: The Art and Practice of Ecstatic Chant (Anglais) CD – Livre audio, CD

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World Music Legend Jai Uttal Teaches Ecstatic Chant. Kirtan is the calling, the crying, the reaching across infinite space - and digging into the heart's deepest well - to touch and be touched by the Divine Presence. On Kirtan! The Art and Practice of Ecstatic Chant, world music pioneer Jai Uttal guides you through the profoundly transformative practice of Kirtan - singing the many names of God and Goddess - the heart of devotional, or Bhakti Yoga. Kirtan is one of the gifts given to us by the yogis and seers of ancient India, a key to unlock the vast mystery world within our hearts. By chanting these Sanskrit mantras and melodies without inhibition or self-judgment, we effortlessly enter a space of deep emotional realease, inner connectedness, and surrender. There are no beginners or experts in this practice. Kirtan is simply prayer, and with the power of our own voices and emotions we create a bridge that spans the vast ocean of consciousness and infinite love. So experiment; listen and sing along with this CD, and join Jai in the passionate songs of Kirtan!

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Par hikuri TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 7 juin 2013
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Jai Uttal, comme Krishna Das, a rencontré le Guru Neem Karoli Baba, très connus en Inde.
Ces chants, assez roots mais très rythmées, sont de merveilleux bahjans.
Un point interessant est que Jai Uttal est un musicien confirmé,et clairement, notamment sur d'autres CDs comme "Queen of Heart", ça se sent !

Si ce CD reste assez "traditionnel", d'autres CDs de Jai Uttal sont vraiment originaux en mêlant des mantras à des rythmes de jazz, des paroles en anglais...
Un compositeur créatif !

2 CDs sont inclus.
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Je suis tombé sur cet album au hasard d'une écoute sur Pandora. Je ne connaissais Jai Uttal que pas sa collaboration avec Ben Leinbach sur "Loveland" et son utilisation de la musique indienne me plaisait...

Ici on est beaucoup plus dans le "roots", plus d'authenticité vocale (notamment sur des morceaux comme Ganesha Sharanam et Radhe Govinda), moins de planant, plus de rythme... au point de retrouver par moment la "pèche" de Navratri in Hairakham.

Si vous aviez classé Jai Uttal dans la catégorie "indo-électro-planant" pour fonds sonores de classes de Yoga, laissez vous surprendre par un tout autre style...

Je recommande !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Perfect intro to kirtan 14 décembre 2005
Par Theresa Reed - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Kirtan is becoming increasingly popular in the U.S. As more people embrace a yogic lifestyle, it is only natural that eventually they will find their way to kirtan. If you are unfamiliar with kirtan, it is based on the concept of 'bhakti yoga' - the yoga of devotion. Singing the names of gods or goddesses in a call and response style with hypnotic Indian music in the background, kirtan is believed to bring a deep connection with the divinity within all of us.

Jai Uttal's The Art and Practice of Ecstatic Chant delivers the whole mood of kirtan beautifully. A devotee of kirtan since the age of 19, this talented musician has put together a CD that is melodic, sensuous, intense and truly uplifting. You cannot help but feel moved when the first note hits your ears. There is over 2 hours of music in this CD - and never once will you feel bored. Uttal has a gorgeous voice - you can feel his love of kirtan in every syllable that he utters.

There is an introduction in the CD, where Uttal explains kirtan and the path that led him to it. This is a great piece - I feel that it gives an insight from a true devotee. The intro helps even those who are new to kirtan to understand the significance and beauty of this ancient and spiritual art. I recommend this highly to everyone - not just those on the yogic journey.

There are a few kirtan 'stars' out there in the US these days - Krishna Das and Ragani to name a few - who are helping a wide audience enjoy and appreciate kirtan. While they are wonderful in their own right, my personal favorite will always be Jai Uttal.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great to just chill out... 5 février 2006
Par miaki - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I don't know anything about "chant" but I do know that I really enjoy this man's voice and musical sensibility. The first CD has several minutes of him describing what it is that he's doing, why, the meaning, etc., and it's relaxing and enjoyable just listening to him. He has a great voice, he's obviously very involved, interested, and knowledgable about the material, and you don't have to work hard at listening through an accent if you're American (truly hearing everything a person is saying when they have a thick accent is so exhausting... and I WANT to hear everything a person has to say!).

For those of you who don't know, this "chant" is basically songs that don't have a lot of lyrics; that is, it's pretty much the same thing over and over, except most of us don't know what he's saying! Ha! But that's okay, trust me on this. It's beautiful and it's not boring. He does this really really well.

And what I find striking, in addition, is this sheer joy that he obviously has which is really coming out in the music, which may sound hokey, but after a rough day in the corporate world, on the often not-so-enjoyable commute home, believe me, it feels really good to hear.

If you're looking for something different, done really well, I'd definitely give this a try.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not for sustained listening 9 juin 2015
Par Boyd Martin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I keep trying to be a fan of Jai Uttal, but after this album, I just resigned myself to concluding he's just not interesting enough for me for sustained listening. He's got a nice enough voice and all, but his arrangements are stale and he depends a little too much on his groupie "choir" to make a song or chant seem bigger than it is. I know, I know... the guy is practically a god in kirtan circles, but I'm just not a convert.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is my favorite kirtan album 12 juin 2014
Par L. Akin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I'd seen Jai Uttal when he was performing with his Pagan Love Orchestra but here it's the classic kirtan and I don't know anyone who does kirtan better ( or to my tastes...)
You know the upper body Bollywood dancing style? I put this on and do the arm/shoulder/neck movements along with the music and it's great to loosen up all those tight/painful areas and still enjoy the music and the thought/meaning behind it.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Jai has taken his love of Indian music to a higher level in this ... 3 décembre 2015
Par C.B. Lee - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Jai has taken his love of Indian music to a higher level in this excellent compilation of Kirtan which includes his explanation of the genre. I really enjoy the music at times when no other sounds will quite do it for me.
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