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The Taoist Master

Written by: Victor Vidal Paz (alias Django Mango)

Bamboo Flute, Vocal, Flamenco Guitar, Harp, and Indo-Afro-Cuban Drums

A Taoist Master was walking in a forest outside Peking. Suddenly, near a lake, he saw a white crane attack a poisonous black snake. The snake, rolling in the mud, used a static, hypnotic power with tense, lightning-fast movements of attack and retreat. The crane was peacefully flying in the air, waiting for the right moment to strike.

The Taoist Master, by observing the fighting strategies of both animals, conceived the initial movements of martial arts.

Excerpt from my book entitled Secrets of the Yellow Emperor

Life is a risk or nothing – 24 True Short Stories

Featuring Artists:

Pandit Hari Prasad Chaurasia Bamboo FluteTata Güines CongaDevaki Pandit Vocal, Chicuelo Flamenco GuitarNoriko TamburaIsmet Ruchimat Kantele (Harp from Finland)Agus Supriawan Sundanese DrumsDodong Karinding and BiringdongVictor Manuel Cajón (Drum from South America)Sam Conga and DjembeDjango Mango Tabla, African Drums, Gongs and Storyteller.

All the instruments used in this sound recording are accoustic

Cover Illustration by Gede (Nyuh Kuning, Ubud, Bali).
Illustration concept Vidal Paz (alias Django Mango)
© ℗ for India, Nepal, Sri Lanka for Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia.
© ℗ for Indonesia, to the Indonesian musicians and Mr. Chepi.
© ℗ for the rest of the world Vidal Paz.
Tabla made by Muntaj Varanasi, Kundigartola, India.
Recorded in Egrem Studio, La Habana Cuba. Jancadela Studio Barcelona Spain, Jugala Studio Bandung Jawa Barat (Indonesia)  and Tune Studio Mumbay, India by Ramon AlomLuis Atance Chepi and D. Roy
Mixed by the above sound engineers and Vidal Paz.
Art Work, Didik Wahyudiadi.


  1. Hi Friends please play this music—- > Track number: 9. “The Birds Are The First Musicians” I really like!
    When you hear “The Birds Are The First Musicians”, please comment what you think?

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