Title:A Complete Book of Singing Bowls Himalayan Sound Revelation
Remarks:Colour and B&W Photographs, Appendices, Notes, Glossary and Index.
Size:140 x 215 mm
This is simply the widest study of the secred instruments of the Tibetan region ever, covering singing bowls, dribu (the Tibetan hand bell) and ting-sha (small paired cymbals). Its author is uniquely qualified, having begun his lifelong association with the bowls back in 1971, when they first started to appear in the west. He has also made no less than 105 recordings, most of them featuring bowls. Frank thus offers forty year of closeness to singing bowls and their sounds in a form that will appeal to everyone their sound touches – whether those people approach them from a musical perspective, as sacred sound, or as instruments in sound healing.