It has been a freezing wintry day in Canberra (Australia).  For a brief thirty seconds it managed to snow, but because I was too slow to get my coat and shoes on, I missed it.  Today I stayed indoors.  Even so, the cold soon got to me, so I decided to cook and went on a musical journey from America to Mongolia.  The two go together in my house.  I was very intrepid, listening to a few of the suggestions provided by that popular music streaming platform.  It was worth the effort.

It is nice to know that there is still much beauty to enjoy.

Kind Regards.

23 thoughts on “Sacred Lake

  1. A beautiful find Tracy, reminds me of a sacred voices festival from many years ago 🙂💖🎶 xxx

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  2. What a beautifully mesmerizing voice and song, Tracy!! I feel transported to a different world listening to it. I’ve watched a couple of Mongolian films a few years ago that told lovely stories and often included their beautiful music. 😊

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  3. Daiqing Tana is Mongolian? I wouldn’t have guessed (I would have thought Middle East) but the music is enchantingly gorgeous, transcending centuries and borders. I was mesmerized by this group. Thank you for sharing such beauty.

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