David Parsons – Puja


Release data: David Parsons – Puja CD, Gterma, 2016 “Puja” (started by the composer with nothing particular in mind) is David Parsons’ first album using software synths only, as he decided purchasing a fine collection of soft-synths in years previously eventually making his studio now reside in a Mac Mini. The depth and versatility of a lot of current software quite astonished him, as did…

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David Parsons – Stupa


Release data: David Parsons – Stupa CD, Gterma , 2013 It’s almost four years since the EM-community saw the last album of New-Zealand based composer David Parsons, which was due to circumstances at his former label. In the meantime, David didn’t stop molding new sonic creations where ambient and Indian classical music neatly converge. He started using different electronic instruments, predominantly applying German technology these…

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David Parsons – Dorje Ling


Release data: David Parsons – Dorje Ling CD, Fortuna records, 1992 The sonic fabric on Mr Parsons “Dorje Ling” continues very nicely in the realm of mystic Tibet and the Indian culture. The release was inspired by David Parsons subsequent return to Dharamsala, India, known as the home of Tibetan Buddhism in exile. It later on charged Mr Parsons to expertly fuse the impressive deep…

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David Parsons – Yatra


Release data: David Parsons – Yatra CD, Fortuna records, 1990 The double album “Yatra” is due to Mr Parsons’ ongoing passion for India and his personal interest in the physics of sound creation, which he was able to transform into ethno-space music. The outcome mirror’s David’s inner journey and experiences while he travelled through India, meeting its people and breathing its rich, mysterious culture. Parson…

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David Parsons – Tibetan Plateau + Sounds of the Mothership


Release data: David Parsons – Tibetan Plateau + Sounds of the Mothership CD, Fortuna records, 1980/1982 This 74-minute cd release from 1991 comprises the music from the cassette releases “Tibetan Plateau” and “Sounds of the Mothership” (only the 27-minute track “Voyage from the Mothership” from the “Tibetan Plateau” mc was left out due to time constraints). Both recordings are what New-Zealand based composer David Parsons…

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David Parsons – Himalaya


Release data: David Parsons – Himalaya CD, Fortuna records, 1989 The ethno-electronic music on “Himalaya” reflects the beauty and impact of Indian and Tibetan culture music. As the previous albums, it was inspired by David’s ongoing contact and extensive stays with Tibetan Monks living in exile in Northern India. It also allowed David to make recordings of their mystic chants and ceremonies, which were later…

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