Sacred Chants from around the World, Part 2

In my last blog post, I gave links to several sacred chants from around the world and I promised to give more, which is what I'm doing now.

I love finding universal traditions in such diverse traditions as these unaccompanied chants. I hope you enjoy them. If you have favorites in the ones I posted last time or in this set, I would love to know which ones.

So without further ado, here are the ones I've found so far. If you know of any others, I would love to know about them.

Byzantine Chant

Praise the Lord from the Heavens
 

Arab Greek Orthodox Chant

Mount Lebanon Choir
 

Paritta Chant

Verses of Blessing to the Buddha


Zen Meditation

Buddhist Monk Peace chant

 

Sufi Chant

Informal video of Sufi Chanting

 

Tibetan Chant

The Gyuto monks – Tibetan tantric choir

 

Islamic Call to Prayer

“There is not god except God"

 

Hebrew Chant

Lost Melodies – Psalm 95

 

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