This is yet another awesome album utilizing the Hang drum; and also incorporates gongs, flutes & singing bowls. The harmonies created in this CD are beautiful and through the improvisational rhythm in which each instrument is played, one is provided with a free-flowing dive into a space of relaxation. What a magical CD to be shared! Check out the quote below from an interview with Christopher.
“I enjoy the freedom of busking, and the lack of hype that goes with it. If people like what they hear they can stop and listen, even if they have no money to spare. When I see a person stop in the middle of a busy street in the midst of their busy day, and close their eyes and stop everything for even a few seconds, then I feel I am creating something of real value, and I feel satisfied.
Now, I play more than 20 different instruments from countries around the world. And when busking, I play up to six different instruments at a time, just to keep it interesting. A couple of my favorites these days (in addition to the didjeridu and djembe) are the hulusi from China, which is a gourd and bamboo woodwind instrument with warm tones that dates back to the time of the Buddha, and the hang, which is a new kind of steel tone drum made in Switzerland. I enjoy mixing different instruments and tones together to create songs that reflect my deepest feelings. For me, music is more than just entertainment, it is a great way to connect with other beings.”