Karunesh: The Mozart of New Age Music



"I want to go beyond the limits and barriers separating different cultures, mixing different music styles and let them flow and dance together. Music is the one language in the world that everybody understands, across all cultures, religions and beliefs. Rhythm is food for the body, melody nourishes the heart and atmospheres fill the soul - and my music touches the listener on all these three levels." Karunesh.



"Smell the exotic spices, sway with the blissful grooves and heed the call to devotion as you listen to this exalted, ecstatic music by contemporary mystic and multi-instrumentalist, the German-born Bruno Reuter or Karunesh.. In 1979 he made his first journey to India and began to follow his heart. In 1984 Karunesh released his first album "Sounds of the Heart," an album that quickly became a classic in the New Age genre. More albums followed. With 450,000 albums sold to date, Karunesh has become established as one of the best-known artists in the genre." My favorite album of Karunesh is 'Enlightenment: A Sacred Collection'.


Karunesh- Ali Baaba

Karunesh- Arabian Night Karunesh- Insha-Allah Karunesh- Sahara Sunset
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