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Author: sjar733
Posted: Nov 28 2018 - 01:33 AM
Subject: re: Identification required - upbeat ambient electronic music track with hindu or buddhist chant melody
I found it myself!!

Stephen Anderson - Lamp in a windless place

>The mind is unwavering, like the flame of a lamp in a windless place
Author: sjar733
Posted: Nov 28 2018 - 12:37 AM
Subject: Identification required - upbeat ambient electronic music track with hindu or buddhist chant melody

I want to identify an electronic music track I heard some months ago, probably on YouTube, which was the soundtrack to a short video clip of Venice (although I'm not completely sure about this) - it was around 3-4 minutes long. The style of the track was probably what you would describe as upbeat ambient, and it used a main sung melody of either Hindu or Buddhist origin, featuring the word 'om'. I've attached a virtual piano rendering of the main melody, as an M4A file, which is about 30 seconds. Apologies for the jerky sound - it is because of the virtual keyboard.

I think this track was posted somewhere on Soundcloud, but I cannot remember the title or producer unfortunately. I am a Spotify subscriber and I remember trying to find the track in Spotify when I first heard this, but could not find it. It has been several months since I first heard it, and now I've completely forgotten the title and producer, and I don't even have the YouTube page in my web history.

Many thanks for any help in identifying this track.
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