Michael Vetter “Zen Koto”

Michael Vetter “Zen Koto”

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Michael Vetter
Zen Koto - Erinnerungen in die Gegenwart
Wergo Spectrum (Germany) 1986
SM 1052 (LP) gatefold sleeve
sleeve : EX-(slight dirts on some parts)
media : EX-/EX(some slight light noise)

Influenced by oriental folk music, Michael Vetter is a German multi-instrumentalist who plays a variety of classical instruments with great skill and has released a number of meditative contemporary works including "Overtones", "Tambura Preludes", and "Missa Universalis." This album was released in 1986 as the first installment of the Zen-Musik series by him. This album is a long meditation music played on a 13-strings koto (Japanese strings instrument) in a style similar to minimal music with Japanese sentiment. The delicate sound of the koto floats quietly in the acoustic space, creating a world of karesansui-like music that embodies the spirit of Zen. I highly recommend the entire "Zen-Musik" series.

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