Ron Korb – Taming The Dragon

10 03 2009

cover3Ron Korb – Taming The Dragon
MP3 @ 320 Kbps | 53:42 min | 2003 | 118 MB | 10% Recovery Record

Taming the Dragon blends Ron Korb’s soulful flute playing with textures and rhythms from Japan, Africa, and the Middle East. Music from the dance collaborations, “Sentier Inconnu” with Iroquois choreographer Gaetan Gingras, and “Kojiki” with Indo-Japanese dancer Shakti are featured. Also included is music from the film “Just a Little Red Dot…” as well as some selections of Ron’s music recorded live in Japan. (By Request)

Tracklist:
1.Yamatai
2.Tokaido Eastern Sea Route
3.Todaiji
4.Mitra’s Song
5.Shadow Montage
6.Heart Of Passion
7.Isolation
8.Warrior’s Dance
9.Spirit Of India
10.SentierInconnu
11.Dragon Eyes
12.The Scared Sword

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Part 1 | Part 2

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4 responses

11 03 2009
Dio

Thanks for Ron Korb! One of my favourites!

12 03 2009
quietmusic

@Dio
You’re very welcome! He’s also one of my favorites as well!

1 04 2009
Ryan

Hi,

I really love Ron Korb, and still looking for his other albums. I only have his 2 album is Japan Mystery and this album. Do you have any album of him?

2 04 2009
quietmusic

@Ryan
Hi and welcome to QuietMusic! It seems you read my mind, lol. I found Celtic Heartland, Celtic Quest, Flute Traveller & Japanese Mysteries. They are uploading right now, so will try to post them tomorrow =_).

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