Yuval Ron and Úyanga Bold lead you on an immersive healing journey with their etheral and meditative collaboration Sacred Spiral — showcasing today on Tinnitist.
“This music is truly stunning and healing,” vocalist Bold says of the album. “A breathtaking multi-colored and multidimensional journey through the sublime … May many souls benefit. The title Sacred Spiral is powerfully compelling, evoking the mystery, intelligent design, and harmony of creation.”
Adds Ron: “Beyond being transporting, cinematic, and meditative, this album is a breathtaking showcase of Úyanga’s amazing voice, her range of vocal expression, and spiritual depth. Her astounding vocal performances with so many colors and nuances and her ability to take my melodies to high and deep places are the wonders of this project. I am grateful to Dr. Richard Gold who initiated and supported this unique undertaking.”
Sacred Spiral offers musical meditations on the “more-than-human world” — a term coined by the American ecologist and philosopher David Abram, referring to a commonwealth of earthly life that includes human kind and its culture, but which also exceeds humanity. The music connects the sacred energies and elements of the inner and outer worlds. Along with Bold’s astounding voice, the album is full of enchanting colours and deep emotions, invoking the languages of spirit and material worlds as one. It offers music beyond borders, styles, genres, or categories, leading the listener on a deep and moving journey within.
For the album, award-winning composer Ron and Bold are joined by a masterful group of contributing musicians, with instrumentation that includes sitar (Pandit Nayan Ghosh on Water of Forgiveness), jaw harp (Chugge Khan on Voice of Freedom), didgeridoo (Andjru Werderitsch on Deep Earth Chant), bansuri flute (Shye Ben Tzur on Mysteries of the Heart), panart hang (James Hood on Mind Vision Invocation), flugelhorn (Andrew Carney on Voice of Freedom), glass harp (Brien Engle on Ethereal Voyage), cello (Dennis Karmazyn on Darkness and Light) and gongs (Kenneth Goff on Deep Earth Chant). These deeply intentional sounds are infused with ancient wisdom and perfect for meditation, yoga, mindfulness, creativity or relaxation.