I purchased the RAV VAST A Integral and G Pygmy. Everything went really well with shipping - the instruments arrived in perfect condition and I am really happy with them! I already have 2 original Swiss Panart Hangs in my collection, but the RAV VAST is one of the best instruments I have ever played! The sound is very colourful and lifts my spirit to a new dimension, nothing I have experienced so far.Thank you a lot, Nadishana for the great service and Andrej Remjannikov for the great instrument! I realy love it!!
Futujara set (5 in 1) DESIGNED
Futujara (5 in 1) - painted in BROWN opaque (new!)
Finally Tsaaj Nplaim flute from H’mong people of Laos available at our shop! This is limited offer, just seven of them are in stock. Nadishana added one extra hole for the left thumb to each flute to extend the range, otherwise the native tuning is left as it is. Tsaaj Nplaim has very haunting, tender sound, very special and instantly recognizable. The flute made from bamboo.
The approach of H’mong people to playing is very different from our western approach and very unique: for example this instrument used by them to tell stories (literally). When player performs the audience knows what story is about.
Note: the tone reference of each flute is different. on the video Nadishana plays on two of them.
The professional chinese Hulusi with 2 drones in key of Bb, tunable! You can pull the chanter and drones to tune it. Made from curbis and bamboo. There’s metal connectors to make chanter and drones detachable. Comes with hard case.
This is traditional Tuvan song in non-traditional interpretation, arrangement made by us spontaneously. We had 1 hour of time and we was just celebrating our occasional meeting. In fact this is the combination of ancient tuvan folklore, contemporary fusion jazz, some middle eastern music and kuzhebarian rhythms:) Raphael De Cock - vocals, throat singing (khoomei, kargyraa, sygyt), uilleann pipes Dmitry Gorelik - guitar Nadishana - hybrid kaval, dan moi
Recording made in KKStudio, Gliwice, Poland Big thanks to Krzysztof Kobyliński and Michal from KKStudio
Price from 110 EUR (depending on artwork amount). Made by request. Available at our ethnic store now.
Flute decoration consists of fertility symbols and symbols connected with the ritual of Kuzhebar people called Shuol Khymat.
Shuol Khymat were usually celebrated twice a year – at spring (Ashuol Khymat) and at autumn (Yshuol Khymat). Ancient Kuzhebar people considered the sun as a source of the great power, which can be used in various ways. Their method of solar energy utilization is very similar to the description of photosynthesis process. We think it’s connected with their belief that human and plant worlds are not separated, more than humans are partly plants. It might be said that kuzhebar people had a peculiar knowledge about what we call now photosynthesis and vitamin D fixation.
Most relevant translation of “Shuol Khymat” term is PhotosynthesisDance (capturing-solar-energy dance)
Unfortunately the complete ritual is lost, but we had used some elements of it which are still extant. Normally the ritual had to take place in a very sunny day. It was accompanied by playing on overtone flute and by special movements. Ancient kuzhebar people believed that flute sounds in combination with special dance help to capture the solar energy in a most efficient way.