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Diamond Sutra chanting

Postby Eunsahn108 on Tue Apr 25, 2017 11:04 pm

Greetings all--
I'm looking for a recording/video of the DS being chanted by a sangha. Preferred languages would be Chinese or Korean. Most that I've found have background music, which I am not interested in.

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Diamond Sutra chanting

Postby Guo Gu on Wed Apr 26, 2017 10:44 pm

here are two:

1) by ven. huilu in taiwan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17bQU0H_9iA
2) by ven. xinding in taiwan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9ZmMrY88qE (has an "incense encomium" intro in the beginning)

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Re: Diamond Sutra chanting

Postby Eunsahn108 on Thu Apr 27, 2017 2:27 am

Thank you. I'll take a look at them. _/|\_
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Re: Diamond Sutra chanting

Postby littletsu on Fri Sep 01, 2017 11:23 am

This is not chanting, but I thought I'd post it here: there is someone uploading his reading of the Diamond Sutra lately (translation by Red Pine). He has a very soothing voice, and there is some music playing in the background quietly which makes the record kind of engaging.

https://soundcloud.com/user-542215071
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Re: Diamond Sutra chanting

Postby Jok_Hae on Fri Sep 01, 2017 2:10 pm

Here is one chanted solo in Hangul:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohCZle2B4v4


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Re: Diamond Sutra chanting

Postby Caodemarte on Fri Sep 01, 2017 6:59 pm

Jok_Hae wrote:Here is one chanted solo in Hangul:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohCZle2B4v4


_/|\_


Not to harass you unduly, but that would be a treat as 한글 (Hangeul or Hangul) is the Korean alphabet and writing system (not the Chinese characters that may also be used). The Korean spoken language would be 한국말 (Hanguk mal).

For some reason, many American soldiers in Korea are convinced for some reason that Hangeul is the spoken language and you will often hear, "I speak good Hangul" which is like saying, "I speak good alphabet." People also get a little flummoxed when they are asked if they can orally translate something to "alphabet" as well.
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Re: Diamond Sutra chanting

Postby Eunsahn108 on Fri Sep 01, 2017 10:54 pm

Thanks! :O:
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Re: Diamond Sutra chanting

Postby Jok_Hae on Sat Sep 02, 2017 1:29 am

Caodemarte wrote:
Jok_Hae wrote:Here is one chanted solo in Hangul:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohCZle2B4v4


_/|\_


Not to harass you unduly, but that would be a treat as 한글 (Hangeul or Hangul) is the Korean alphabet and writing system (not the Chinese characters that may also be used). The Korean spoken language would be 한국말 (Hanguk mal).

For some reason, many American soldiers in Korea are convinced for some reason that Hangeul is the spoken language and you will often hear, "I speak good Hangul" which is like saying, "I speak good alphabet." People also get a little flummoxed when they are asked if they can orally translate something to "alphabet" as well.


No harrasment taken...I am, in fact, a former soldier that served in Korea, so that's what I was told. I also happen to practice in a Korean tradition, and that is how it's used there, as well. Being the interwebs, I was pretty sure someone would find something wrong with this in some way, so thanks for the clarification. :peace:
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Re: Diamond Sutra chanting

Postby TTT on Thu Sep 07, 2017 4:55 am

Eunsahn108 wrote:Greetings all--
I'm looking for a recording/video of the DS being chanted by a sangha. Preferred languages would be Chinese or Korean. Most that I've found have background music, which I am not interested in.

Thanks in advance.

Deep bows,
Inz
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I dont know if this is what you was looking for but here is one in English.

http://diamond-sutra.com/audio-reading- ... ond-sutra/
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Re: Diamond Sutra chanting

Postby Linda Anderson on Thu Sep 07, 2017 5:09 am

TTT wrote:
Eunsahn108 wrote:Greetings all--
I'm looking for a recording/video of the DS being chanted by a sangha. Preferred languages would be Chinese or Korean. Most that I've found have background music, which I am not interested in.

Thanks in advance.

Deep bows,
Inz
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I dont know if this is what you was looking for but here is one in English.

http://diamond-sutra.com/audio-reading- ... ond-sutra/


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Re: Diamond Sutra chanting

Postby TTT on Sat Oct 07, 2017 6:41 am

Linda Anderson wrote:
TTT wrote:
Eunsahn108 wrote:Greetings all--
I'm looking for a recording/video of the DS being chanted by a sangha. Preferred languages would be Chinese or Korean. Most that I've found have background music, which I am not interested in.

Thanks in advance.

Deep bows,
Inz
:O:


I dont know if this is what you was looking for but here is one in English.

http://diamond-sutra.com/audio-reading- ... ond-sutra/


TTT,
I was taught that anything to do with the Diamond Sutra is most auspicious.... just to read or hear it once... never mind what language or translation. and, I'd agree....


Hi Linda.

But if i, for example, just do one translation, and read it, what makes it auspicious?
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Re: Diamond Sutra chanting

Postby Larry on Sat Oct 07, 2017 10:36 am

Just chipping in my two cents worth....I'd say it's fundamentally a mystery. But could be hinted at in vibration, energy, resonance or maybe, a little more concretely, in the concept of morphic resonance from controversial scientist, Rupert Sheldrake.
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