Composer Jeffrey Fisher's unique new albumSatyagraha - Songs of the Earth, is an outstanding collection of meditative, ambient and healing, instrumental music, featuring his 160 year old Bass Violin. Satyagraha, the power of truth, was Gandhi's term for non-violent resistance, and the name of Fisher's retreat in the San Jacinto Mountains where he composed and recorded this album. Jeffrey also plays Native American Flute and keyboards. His compositions and instrumentation depict both the peacefulness and intensity of nature, the colors and textures of the land and reveals musical influences from the entire planet. Jeffrey Fisher is a well known author, Tai Chi teacher, painter and healer. Jeffrey is continuously touring the USA, performing from Satyagraha and lecturing at various centers, stores and other venues throughout the year. His healing work incorporates Reiki, Acupressure, Reflexology and Auricular Medicine. He is a museum-shown watercolorist, poet and speaker on wellness, nutrition and the principles of Tai Chi Chuan. His other albums includeOcean of Consciousness - the Bhagavad Gita Suite,Triumph of the Spiritand the award winningFairy Tales-Musicfrom the Ballet 'Hans Christian Andersen.'
"Satyagraha: Songs of the Earth" is a fascinating new album from Jeffrey Fisher, a multi-talented artist, musician, composer, healer, poet, and teacher, just to name a few of his passions. "Satyagraha" translates to "the power of truth" and was Gandhi's term for non-violent resistance; it is also the name of Fisher's retreat in the San Jacinto Mountains of Southern California. The lead instrument on this recording is a 160-year-old contrabass, an instrument that is not often given featured status … more