My Name is Jens Egert from Germany, Musician since age of 13. I am a music teacher for guitar, Sitar, Sarod, songwriter, composer. Started with Skiffle music, played Guitar and Banjo in the Railway Skiffle Group. Got interest in Jazz + Indian classical music I studied in India. Play in a Duo with Guitar + Violin mostly with own compostions.
Fusion between western + Indian music + World Music. Published different Media on self produced CD, digital distribution with multicultural Instruments, several videos on youtube,
Website in German: www.indian-sound.de
Purchase My music: Jens Egert in iTunes, Amazone, Google play, Album: Echoes of the Heart, Soul of Strings, Eternal Circles and new tracks.www.emusic.com/browse/album/all/label:330769/?sort=downloads Info of my loops on youtube:
Part 2 of my loop collection with Guitar, Oriental + Brass: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALpx4CiNC1g
Guitar, Sarod, Sitar, Dilruba, Tabla, Flute, Cora Harp, Koto, Harmonium, Keyboard, Mouthharp, Kazoo, Vocal, Djembe, Talking Drum, Overtone Singing,
MuseScore 2, Wave Pad Sound Editor, Format Factury,
rarely Fl Studio
ALESIS Video track, Tascam Recorder DR-100
All kind of inspiring sounds. RAVI SHANKAR, J.S. Bach, ALI AKBAR KNAN, Art of Improvisation like Gabriela Montero, piano artist from Venecuela, Tibetan Monks, Xömi Mongolic Music, Django Reinhard, Jordi Savall, but also Bollywood music, Wael Kfoury, Arvo Paert, Baden Powel, Avishai Cohen
Christina Pluhar "Mediteraneo". Gabriela Montero "Beyond Bach", Wael Kfoury, Singer from Lebanon, Shakti, TARUNA, BLISS, Avishai Cohen
Blues, Skiffle, Jazz, Western Classical Music, Indian Classical Music, Devotional Bhajans, Overtone Singing, Balinese Music. Minimal Music, East Western Fusion. Different music traditions around the world.
Every music which is able to touch my heart.
not to put into categories. Sometimes what I heard in dreams or when travelling to many Asian Countries....
you get a glimpse of it on soundcloud:
would continue making Music to make people happy and bring peace to all the worlds... and not stop learning...