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When Angels Dream is 62 minutes of almost seamless meditative music based on two classical Indian ragas. Bamboo flute, synthesizers, Tibetan bowls and guitar create an ambience conducive to healing, massage and dreamtime. This new CD, features the incredible flute playing of Manose Singh, the 1995 Radio Nepal instrumentalist of the year. His virtuoso playing is reminiscent of the master Indian flautist Hari Prasad Chaurasia. This new CD can be enjoyed by everyone from world-beat afficionatos to Reiki practitioners.
"Melodic synthesizer chords invite listeners on a healing journey of When Angels Dream, the new meditation and massage album from Anton Mizerak and friends. -- Steve Ryals - New Age Retailer
"Thanks for the great CD When Angels Dream. I use it constantly when I read or present inspirational affirmations. In my classes, this CD makes it so easy for the people to go deeper in their meditation." -- Judith Conrad, KEST-AM San Francisco CA.
"This CD is great meditative music based on two classical Indian ragas. Bamboo flute, synthesizers, Tibean bowls and guitar create the sound that is conducive to deep relaxation, healing, massage and meditation. -- Steve Hays - Light Connection
Anton Mizerak is a composer and multi-instrumentalist who plays tabla, harmonica, synthesizers and piano. Anton is literate in Sanskrit, with an M.A. in the History of Religions. He has an intimate understanding of Asian spiritual and musical traditions which he utilizes to create music that enriches and enlivens the listener. Anton has been performing on piano and harmonica since 1968. In 1986, he began studying tabla (classical Indian drums) in Kathmandu, Nepal. Anton also performed for five years with Shasta Taiko, a Japanese-style folk drumming group in Northern California. These influences have led him to explore serious cross-cultural musical experimentation combining harmonica and synthesizers with traditional Asian melodic and percussive instruments.