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Mysterious Tremendum

According to Ancient Ceremonial Tradition, Gongmaster Don Conreaux assembles a master group of Shamanic Musicians and Performing Artists who have an ability to improvise intuitively. Our concert presentation is called Mysterious Tremendum, and is inspired by early 20th Century Russian Mystic, Alexander Skriabin, who discovered a "mystic chord" which he believed "Musically Aligns Humanity With The Kingdom Of Nature".

 

Mysterious Tremendum concerts are a Listener's Adventure into the Music of Cosmic Resonant Power. The audience simply dissolves into Soundscapes of Pure Resonance and Waves of Synchronous Tones, creating unity of Body, Mind and Spirit.

 

Michael was invited to play in the first UK incarnation of this acclaimed international ensemble. He has appeared on many of their releases and led workshops with Gong Master Don Conreaux. He appears on the following CDs, please email ormi_khoomii@yahoo.com for purchase information.

 

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Path Of Innocence Volume 1 Mysterious Tremendum Consort. Gaunts House, Dorset. England

Congmaster Don Conreaux

Randee Ragin, Aidan McIntyre, Frank Perry, Michael Ormiston

Eddy Saver, Raphael Preston, Nathan Saran, Paul Sax, David Eastoe and The Listeners

Instrumentation Gongs, Tibetan Singing Bell Bowls, Conchs, Zither, Gamelan, Violin,

Piano, Voice, Mongolian Overtone Singing.

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Path Of Innocence Volume 2 Mysterious Tremendum Consort. Gaunts House, Dorset. England

Congmaster Don Conreaux

Randee Ragin, Aidan McIntyre, Frank Perry, Michael Ormiston

Eddy Saver, Raphael Preston, Nathan Saran, Paul Sax, David Eastoe and The Listeners

Instrumentation Gongs, Tibetan Singing Bell Bowls, Conchs, Zither, Gamelan, Violin,

Piano, Voice, Mongolian Overtone Singing.

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Spiritualization of Matter Concerts for Humanity in New York & London, dedicated to a world without violence for the Children and our future. This recording represents spontaneous music excerpt from three performances. Gong Ceremony and ensemble works are initiatory events, to cleanse and creatively transport audience and performers alike. Church of Saint Luke in the Fields, New York ensemble features American Festival of Microtonal Music artists, Johnny Reinhard contrabassoon, David Grego quartertone tuba and Dave Eggar cello, with ensemble players on gong, bell bowl, harp, piano, flute, mezzo sopranos and tenor voices. St Pancras Church, London ensemble features Emily Burridge cello, Michael Ormiston Mongolian Khöömii overtone singer, Morin Khuur (Horse-Head Fiddle), Tim Wheater, flutes and gongs, Tibetan Singing bell bowls, shofar, conch, bells and more..

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Spirits of The Light Mysterious Tremendum Consort

Gongmaster Don Conreaux

Randee Ragin, Aidan McIntyre, Michael Ormiston

Eddy Saver, Jeff Higley, Richard Manning, Steven Angel

Instrumentation: Bronze Gong, Tibetan Singing Bell Bowl, Sacred Conch Tingshaws,

Didgeridoo, Khöömii Overtone Singing, Flute, Gamelan & Mongolian Horse Head Fiddle Total Time 53:40

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Shambhala Mysterious Tremendum Consort

Ceremonies, affirming love and unity, Abbott's Kitchen, Glastonbury England,

and other sites, features the artistry of western Khoomii singer Michael Ormiston,

celtic charm of Lynda Meyers, dijeridoo voice of Richard Manning,

percussion of Eddy Sayer and others in the field of the gongs.

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Three Syntonic Rituals Mysterious Tremendum Consort

Spiritual Free Jazz performance with sacred tone improvisation artists in Hopi Khiva in Woodstock NY,

and in the Balmoral Chapel at Leigh-on-Sea on the East Coast of England.

Features gongs, Tibetan singing bell bowls, voice, harp, sitar and bells.

Morin Khuur, Mongolian Khöömii Singing