White Mountain Temple

by Romerium

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Notes from the artist:
Tibet lies between the core areas of the ancient civilizations of China and India. Extensive mountain ranges to the east of the Tibetan Plateau mark the border with China, and the towering Himalayas of Nepal and India form a barrier between Tibet and India. Tibet is nicknamed "the roof of the world" or "the land of snows".
Five hundred years before Buddha Sakyamuni came into this world i.e., circa 1063 B.C., a semi-legendary figure known as Lord Shenrab Miwo reformed the primitive animism of the Shen race and founded the Tibetan Bon religion. According to Bonpo sources there were eighteen Shangshung Kings who ruled Tibet before King Nyatri Tsenpo. Tiwor Sergyi Jhagruchen was the first Shangshung King.
Shangshung, before its decline, was the name of an empire which comprised the whole of Tibet. The empire known as Shangshung Go-Phug-Bar-sum consisted of Kham and Amdo forming the Go or Goor, U and Tsang forming the Bar or Middle, and Guge Stod-Ngari Korsum forming the Phug or Interior.
As the Shangshung empire declined, a kingdom known as Bod, the present name of Tibet, came into existence at Yarlung and Chongyas valleys at the time of King Nyatri Tsenpo, who started the heroic age of the Chogyals (Religious Kings). Bod grew until the whole of Tibet was reunited under King Songtsen Gampo, when tha last Shangshung King, Ligmigya, was killed.
The official Tibetan Royal Year of the modern Tibetan calendar is dated from the enthronement of King Nyatri Tsenpo in 127 B.C. This lineage of Tibetan monarchy continued for well over a thousand years till King Tri Wudum Tsen, more commonly known as Lang Darma, was assassinated in 842 A.D.
Most illustrious of the above kings were Songtsen Gampo, Trisong Detsen and Ralpachen. They are called the Three Great Kings.
Studio welcomes two excellent new ambient artists! Romerium and Lomita. With an excellent ambient album, White Mountain Temple.
White Mountain Temple is the seventh album of Romerium, who hails from the Netherlands. It is a collection of musical impressions of Tibet (the land of snows) and it's temples. Together with guest musician Lomita, of Germany, who created a 21 minute impression for the album (track 4, White Mountain Dreams), this is a collection of ambient tracks with meditative influences; white winds, mysterious bells,mellow paths,monks chanting,singing and praying, as well as some very nice symphonic melodic tracks with an array of voices and percussion. Studio is pleased to present this excellent album! Enjoy!
VSTi's used in this project are:

H.G. Fortune: STS 26, ProtoPlasm, Laserblade, Astral Dreamer
Rob Papen: Blade, Blue II, Sub Boom Bass
Dmitry Sches: Diversion, Tantra
Wolfgang Palm: Phonem, Wavemapper


released May 10, 2017

All compositions and music Romerium except track 4, from Lomita.
Cover art by Romerium
Find more Romerium music on Bandcamp: romerium.bandcamp.com
Find more Lomita @ www.mixcloud.com/claudiakretzer/


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