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Published on 15 Apr 2009 | over 9 years ago

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"Piano and Sitar Music for Deep Relaxation and Sound Sleep" by Christian Tatonetti

"I have been blessed to be playing the last two tracks, Relaxation Music for Babies I and II, for almost a year to my 1 1/2 year old, using it for bedtime and naps. It is miraculous the way it unwinds her from her day into sleep. One evening as I was also drifting off to sleep, I had this knowing that the way the music is aligned that it stimulates the golden mean within the listener, which is the basis of all creation in all of nature. It is like a reset to bring our self back into our original nature."

"Piano and Sitar Music for Deep Relaxation and Sound Sleep" by Christian Tatonetti

Christian Tatonetti was born in Montreal. itunes.apple.com/ca/album/the-art-flying-sitar-voice/id281416999 He lived for ten year son Salt Spring Island, and now resides in Victoria. This innovative musician plays sitar, piano and is currently studying classical singing at the Victoria Conservatory of Music with the illustrious soprano Nancy Argenta. He won first prize for best original song at "Le Gala Provincial de laChanson" in British-Columbia in 2002. He was awarded "Best Singer Interpreter" at the same Provincial competition in 2004. Christian also joined Théâtre Inconnu for their production of ''Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris'' in Victoria. Christian is currently a chorus member of Pacific Opera Victoria. Last spring, Christian sang in Mozart's ''Cosi FanTutte'' and will sing once again with the company in Puccini's "LaBohème" in February 2011. In addition, he hosts a morning show called ''Bon Matin'' at a local French radio station in Victoria. (107.9 FM CILS) Christian also performs at music festivals and at Victoria's waterfront playing his sitar. Other activities include photography, making music videos and teaching French.
CD: ''The Art of Flying'' Sitar Voice and Piano
by Christian Tatonetti
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