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Healing Crystal & Tibetan Bowls

Danny Becher (solo)
Crystal bowls, tibetan bowls, blue glas bowl, burma gong

a journey through the chakras in 3 compositions:
1. Root to heart chakra
2. Heart to Crown chakra
3. Sacred body

each of the compositions can be used seperate for
meditation, healing and body work.


Healing Crystal & Tibetan Bowls

Touched by sound

Danny Becher (solo)
The voice-overtones and undertones;
Tibetan, Nepalese and thai bowls;
crystal and glas bowls;
China and burma gongs, Kalimba,
Lithophone (granit stone slabs);

A musical meditation
for a journey into the inner regions.


Touched by sound

Tibetan singing bowls

Danny Becher (solo)
Instruments: Tibetan and Nepalese bowls; China gong

Besides the musical composition of the singing bowls and the gong,this recording aims to create a balancing and harmonising effectbetween the left and right side of the brain.Some bowls are also used that correspond to the frequencies of planets.


Tibetan singing bowls

In Resonance

Danny Becher (solo)
Instruments: the voice, overtones,singing bowls,
glass bowls, Arabian Lute,temple-gongs

The aim of this recording is to create a pathway of sounds, to enter different inner worlds, like going from the outside to the inside and back again, refreshed by the experience. For that, sounds are chosen that expose the effect of different elements.


In Resonance

TONUS - Dreamworld Harmonics

Danny Becher- voice, singing bowls, gongs, percussion
Peo Hagfeldt(†) -
udu, renaissance-drum, chimes, percussion
Pauli Mårsén –
didjeridou, percussion

This world/ethno oriented music is an exposition of sounds from instruments of different cultures. Even the voice is being used in a unique way, by using its natural harmonic overtones as a melodic expression, as is done in the Mongolian tradition, but combining with melodic movements inspired by the Gregorian chant.
The voice, the didgeridoo from Australia, singing bowls from Tibet, Thailand, India and Japan, gongs from china, the Udu (percussive clay pot) and various percussion instruments give the music a wide range of sound colours, that take the listener on a journey of exploring new musical landscapes and dimensions.



TONUS II - Sticks and stones

a CD for dance, body movement and body awareness
Sticks and stones, stocks and bones –
and other material from nature were the basic inspiration for this CD.
Performing while walking on pebbles, clapping different stones and hitting different woods and logs became not only a musical experience, but also a visual highlight during performances.
Moving from different drums to singing bowls, gongs, handclaps, dijeridou, kalimba to vocals and overtone chant, made it an ethnic journey focusing on the different elements of nature like wood, fire, ether, earth and water.
Each composition has its definite combination of instruments to express a certain element.


TONUS II - Sticks and stones

1. EARTH - stones, bones, shakers, talking drum, udu, tabla, taiko, def, handclaps
2. METAL – chimes, windchimes, glockenspiel, singing bowls, cymbals, different metals
3. WATER – splashing, bubbling, dripping, dropping water with hands, fingers, tubes, stones
4. WOOD – wood log, sticks, stocks, balofon, claves, woodblock, marimba, cajon
5. FIRE – gong, cymbals, shakers, sandpaper, fire
6. WIND – breath, shakuhachi flute, windgong, windwhistle, conch
7. ETHER – voices, overtones, singing bowls

Natural - Fred Vogels+Danny Becher

Instruments: the voice, overtones, temple-gongs,
singing bowls, marimba, darabuka, kalimba, polychord.
Natural was brought about by strong emotional experiences.
Numerous concerts gave the music its own life; it was ‘transformed’.
The music gives you possibilities for associations, for deepening
your own emotions. In the music common basic feelings
play an important part: sorrow, death, joy, need

see also Fred Vogels website:


Natural - Vogels/Becher

Fred Vogels - Danny Becher recording in a chappel 

Fred Vogels - Danny Becher 

Instruments-concert FredVogels+DannyBecher