Shamanic Journey Drumming
No.1: Michael Harner's Shamanic Journey Solo and double Drumming™
The CD includes the classical drumming rhythm, played by one or two round-frame drums, respectively. 15 and 30 minutes, with call back.
No.2: Michael Harner's Shamanic Journey Didjeridu™
The incredible sound of the aboriginal Australian didgeridoo (an ancient hollow tube drone), accompanied by click sticks, carries the listener into an extended Dreamtime journey.
No.3: Michael Harner's Shamanic Journey Singing Chorus™
This CD is inspired by the songs of the Sámi people of northern Europe (Lapland). Introductory drumming, followed by women’s choir to gently accompany the journey.
No.4: Michael Harner's Shamanic Journey Musical Bow™
Tracks 1 and 2: The Brazilian berimbau bow, a percussive instrument with one string, is gently struck with a bamboo stick. Tracks 3 and 4: Accompanied by a rattle; tempo slightly slower. Return signal in all tracks.
No.5: Michael Harner's Shamanic Double Drumming™
On this CD, you will find a slower rhythm, best suited for shamanic work and journeying.
No.6: Michael Harner's Shamanic Journey Rattle™
The rattle, in various forms, is used by shamans in many parts of the world. Here a single rawhide rattle is shaken to provide a sound with a higher frequency than a drum. The rattle requires less volume to be effective for journeying.
NO. 7: Michael Harner's Shamanic Journey Multiple Drumming™
Four drums beaten in a steady rhythm for the journey. The disciplined drumming in unison produces a full range of the auditory spectrum.