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20190130_064848 cropPandit Pran Nath ‎– Ragas Of Morning & Night
Charles Curtis, Anthony Burr – Chamber Music: Alvin Lucier & Morton Feldman
Catherine Lamb, Ensemble Dedalus – Atmospheres Transparent / Opaque
Jürg Frey – String Quartet No. 3, Unhörbare Zeit
Michael Pisaro ‎– The Punishment Of The Tribe By Its Elders
Kris Davis – Diatom Ribbons
Julia Hulsmann – Not Far From Here
Bill Frisell – Harmony
Anna Thorvaldsdottir – Aequa
Ha-Yang Kim – Ama
Jason Eckardt – Subject
John Zorn – The Interpretation of Dreams
Bill Evans – Evans in England
Keith Jarrett – Munich 2016
Tony Williams – The Joy Of Flying
Kris Davis – Aeriol Piano
Ingrid Laubrock – Contemporary Chaos Practices
Anthony Braxton with Anthony Davis, Mark Helias, Ed Blackwell – Six Compositions: Quartet
Anthony Braxton – 9 Compositions (Iridium) 2006
Tyshawn Sorey and Marilyn Crispell – The Adornment of Time
William Hooker Trio – Remembering
Fred Frith & Hans Koch – You Are Here
Ashley Bathgate – Ash
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The Diamond Sutra read by Kokuu Andy McLellan

“The Diamond Sutra (Vajracchedikā Prajñāpāramitā Sūtra) is one of the Prajñāpāramitā (Perfection of Wisdom) sutras of Mahāyāna Buddhism. Its popularity in this literature is probably second only to The Heart Sutra (Prajñāpāramitā Hṛdaya Sūtra) which is chanted daily in most Zen centres worldwide.

This audio reading has been carried out for the benefit of Buddhist students and others who would like to read the text but struggle with physical books for whatever reason, or would just prefer an audiobook version. This reading is from the Red Pine (Bill Porter) translation of the text which can be purchased in book format. The book includes an excellent chapter by chapter commentary in addition to Bill’s great translation of the work.

Zoketsu Norman Fischer has given a series of talks on The Diamond Sutra which can be found by searching for The Diamond Sutra at his Everyday Zen site (http://everydayzen.org/teachings/).”

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