Get lost in the ambient music of handpan through the latest track ‘My Celtic Om’ by Emmanuel Pfirter. The track appears in the latest 11 track album ‘Multiverso’.
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(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Zurich, Jan 8, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Offering the listeners relaxing and ambient music, Emmanuel Pfirter has come up with his latest track ‘My Celtic Om‘. It is an instrumental track purely based on the artist’s percussion skills. With his hands on the handpan, the artist can take the listeners through spiritual enlightenment with nothing but music. Some other complementary instruments have smoothened the ambient soundscape even further. A soft chanting of ‘Om’ creates a vibration that comes straight out of the gut to add a whole new layer of depth. The artist has come up with such musical offerings that help the listeners to pause their daily lives’ stress.
The latest track ‘My Celtic Om’ appears in the latest album by this artist, titled ‘Multiverso’. The album consists of a total of eleven tracks churning out the exquisite flavors of the handpan. Some of the tracks like ‘Departure’, ‘Camp Fire 40’, ‘Carillon’, etc are examples of the artist’s prolific musicianship. His musical consistency reflects through the previous album ‘Astral Dimension’ as well. The artist is taking the listeners into an instrumental journey where handpan is the only leader.
Hailing from Rancate, the artist is a physiotherapist as well. The percussion skills of the artist grew at a very young age as the artist started playing drums since he was 5 years old. He found his first group when he was 15 years old and played at over 200 concerts. Five years he started his journey with a handpan and still growing since then. Follow Emmanuel Pfirter on Facebook and Spotify for more details.
Visit to listen this song ‘My Celtic Om’ by Emmanuel Pfirter:
‘My Celtic Om’ – https://open.spotify.com/track/2AdJNudOs3b7Pdrj9IPQ7U
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