Korean Shaman's rattle text

Shamanic Korean Ceremonial Rattle

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A ceremonial sound ritual is a ritual and not a musical performance, and this shapes its musical dimension. Sound ceremonies use various ways of making sounds to which different purposes are ascribed.

For example, a central element in Siberian shamanism is the use of hanging metallic objects – this could include small bells – attached to the ceremonial cloak and to the inside of the drum and also sometimes to the drum stick. This sets up a continuously active sound field; this will be heard as a single complex sound which can enhance a meditative state. A further element is the spatialisation of sound brought about not only by the shaman’s movement, but also by singing.

Current day Music and Sound Therapy have much in common with ancient indigenous practices. Music therapy is a well respected health profession and one of the expressive therapies, consisting of a process in which a therapist uses music and all of its facets—physical, emotional, mental, social, aesthetic, and spiritual.

On May 30th in London Gary Evans and

Otto Haddad will be sharing 

ancient and modern sound therapy

and meditative techniques.

The full details for the next event are on http://www.meetup.com/Professional-Group-Sound-Therapy-in-London/events/221474508/?a=ra1_te

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