"The flute is totally empty..... It is the breath that flows through.... sings and dances.... To be empty is not emptiness."

- Rumi poet and mystic Sufi leader

Empty Within ft. Ali Tajvidi ( violin )
Produced by: Majorhitrecords Inc.
Performed by: Art Tawanghar

Empty Within ft. Ali Tajvidi Violin Persian Epic Cinematic Music in 432Hz

Art Tawanghar

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Empty Within ft. Ali Tajvidi ( violin ) Produced by: Majorhitrecords Inc. Performed by: Art Tawanghar

The flute is totally empty..... It is the breath that flows through.... sings and dances.... To be empty is not emptiness. - Rumi poet and mystic Sufi leader

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Empty Within is a positive energy cleanse with a refreshingly intriguing, emotionally provocative story at its core. This fusion of elements and meanings makes for a fascinating audio experience. The entire composition is a dream to turn up loud and immerse yourself within.” - Rebecca Cullen

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The flute is totally empty..... It is the breath that flows through.... sings and dances.... To be empty is not emptiness

The flute is totally empty..... It is the breath that flows through.... sings and dances.... To be empty is not emptiness

Empty Within ft. Ali Tajvidi Violin Persian Epic Cinematic Music in 432Hz

Empty Within ft. Ali Tajvidi Violin Persian Epic Cinematic Music in 432Hz

This single includes the description, “epic cinematic music.” This is an apt descriptor because this is a widely sweeping and cinematic piece of music. To have violin as its primary instrument is appropriate. Long before movie soundtracks incorporated nearly every conceivable musical style into its overall makeup, music – and particularly classically-inspired music – was the most commonly applied movie music. There is a pained romanticism running through this piece of visually-inspired music.” - Dan MacIntosh

Skope Magazine

432Hz Frequency?

Healing Music

Ancient Healing Frequency - Positive Energy Cleanse - Detox Your Heart with 639Hz Solfeggio Frequency. Peaceful, empowering and soothing music and nature to nurture your mind, body, and soul. Supporting and empowering you on your life journey. Music is tuned to 432Hz and contains the 639Hz Solfeggio frequency. These frequencies have a specific healing effect on your subconscious mind. 432Hz Music Resonates inside our body, releases emotional blockages and expands our consciousness. 432Hz allows us to tune into the wisdom of the Universe, Divine Intelligence, and our Soul. It creates Unity instead of separation. It expands our hearts and makes us more compassionate and loving. One thing is for sure. A person who resonates with love have inner peace – and this is the starting point for a world where we live in Unity, Peace and Harmony with each other and Mother Earth. Spirit Tribe Awakening We are here to serve you. To Inspire, Uplift and spread Positive Energy through music and Intention. To support you wherever you are on your journey. Co-creating more Peace, Love, and Happiness in your life, and the millions of people connecting with us. All our music (self-composed and licensed from other composers) is tuned to 432Hz and 528Hz, and contains Solfeggio Frequencies; Miracle Tones that Heal, Change and Transform low vibrational energy (negative energy). Letting go of negative thoughts and emotions. Recharging the LIGHT within you. Refueling mind, body, heart and soul with Powerful Positive Energy that aligns you with your Innate Power, Potential and Resources. When you RAISE YOUR VIBRATION you also help to raise the collective vibration of our beautiful planet and all life on it. You are important. You are important to this planet. You are valuable. You are a beautiful expression of Life. Powerful BEYOND words.

ALI TAJVIDI علی تجويدی

Ali Tajvidi persian violin

Iranian musician, composer, violinist, songwriter

music professor at the School of National Music and Tehran University

(Persian: علی تجويدی‎; November 7, 1919 – March 15, 2006) He composed more than 150 songs and discovered and produced for many Persian performers such as Delkash and Hayedeh. He was born in Tehran, where his father was active as a painter in the style of Kamal-ol-Molk. In his youth he took violin lessons for two years under Hossein Yahaghi (uncle of Parviz Yahaghi) and for many years was under the tutelage of Abol-Hassan Saba for the violin as well.[1][2][3] also took Harmony lessons under Houshang Ostovar.[4][5] During his career Tajvidi cooperated with outstanding contemporary artists including Delkash, Gholamhossein Banan, Hossein Qavami, Mahmoud Mahmoudi-Khansari, Akbar Golpaygani, Hossein Khajeh Amiri (a.k.a. Iraj), Jalil Shahnaz, Farhang Sharif, Habibollah Badiei, Parviz Yahaghi, Javad Maroufi, Faramarz Payvar, Mehdi Khaledi, Homayoun Khorram. Homeira, a noted singer, first became famous by the song (sabram ata kon) which was composed by Ali Tajvidi. Tajvidi also composed some songs that he played solo on the violin. He is regarded as one of the best violinists in Iran, on a par with Parviz Yahaghi. He also played the Setar. He made Radif which concerns the traditional music of Iran: maghami or dhastgahi for the violin.

art tawanghar BILLBOARD #1 AWARD WINNING PRODUCER

Art Tawanghar

BILLBOARD #1 AWARD WINNING PRODUCER

Is an award-winning and Billboard charting composer, musician and multi-genre producer, who combines electronic production, live instrumentation, and a variety of Western and Eastern cultural influences to craft his uniquely relaxing and soul-searching sounds. Tawanghar released his spiritually searching album “Soul of the Earth” in 2016. 

A year later he dropped “Buddha Lounge”, the instrumental album charted on Billboard #1 for 13+ weeks in the New Age Chart. This was followed by “Buddha Lounge 2” which won many accolades, and was also considered for the 61st Grammy Awards. 

June 2019 sees Art Tawanghar raise the bar even higher, with the releases of “Buddha Lounge 3 Chill – New Age California” – containing 7 deeply meditative and life-affirming songs. Everything within its leaps and bounds is quite remarkable on this album, either through pure musicality, or the immense emotional basis that Tawanghar’s arrangements thrive on. None more so than the surprising opening track