“Arashiyama Bamboo Grove” by Jade Ashtangini is an instrumental piano piece that evokes a sense of calm and serenity, drawing inspiration from the tranquil atmosphere of the famous bamboo grove in Kyoto, Japan. The delicate melodies and harmonies, accompanied by the cello and keyboard, are intended to help the listener find inner peace and engage in contemplation or relaxation.

Jade Ashtangini, a musician, yogini, pianist, composer, cellist, singer of yoga mantras and kirtans, yoga instructor, photographer, and other talents, lives in Dallas, Texas, and Taiwan. She really has a variety of skills. The main objective of all of Jade’s artistic endeavors, despite the fact that she is very busy, is to use music and art to help people connect more deeply spiritually. She has been formally trained since she was a young child, which accounts for her music’s incredible elegance and calming qualities. Some of her pieces even have quite energizing rhythms. Her real name is Chen I Hua, and she was born in Taichung City, Taiwan.

Modern classical, contemporary, minimalist, new age, classical crossover, ambient, yoga mantra/kirtan, and occasionally her own songs are performed by Jade Ashtangini. Editorial stations like Relaxing, New Age Instrumental, and AMP: Fresh Cuts by Pandora Music & Radio featured her singles “Mother Earth is Calling,” “Life As It Is,” “Long Time Sun (Instrumental),” and “猫のぬくもり”.  Even better, her most recent song, “A Rainy Day in Temple,” is featured on the Spotify editorial playlists for “cottagecore piano” and “Rainly Day Piano.”

Jade Ashtangini’s latest composition, “Arashiyama Bamboo Grove,” was released on 

December 16, 2022. Bamboo has been a significant artistic and musical medium in Japanese history, which gave Jade Ashtangini the inspiration for this song. It should therefore come as no surprise that there are bamboo forests in Japan, many of which are close to the city of Kyoto. Have you ever been to “Arashiyama Bamboo Grove,” one of the most famous? In order to help you find the deepest level of inner peace, Jade wrote this song to express the meditative and tranquil vibes in this space. Relax and lie down comfortably as you allow yourself to be in this peace.

You will be enchanted by the slightly longer than 2.5-minute Arashiyama Bamboo Grove. This piano instrumental song is lovely. It exudes the distinct bittersweet, nostalgic vibe of the lovely Japanese piano music featured in Hayao Miyazaki films. The left hand of the piano balances the track’s sonic feel with its low end and lower notes. The tranquil Japanese bamboo grove is brought to life by this piano instrumental. The gentle, repetitive melodies and calming harmonies evoke a sense of calm and serenity, luring the listener to find inner peace and engage in contemplation. The pianist’s delicate, gentle touch contributes to the calming ambiance and puts the listener in a deep state of relaxation. The enticing and evocative music beckons the listener to close their eyes and withdraw into the lovely world of the bamboo grove.

With the calming tones of the cello, piano, and keyboard, Jade Ashtangi loves to compose spiritual yoga music for people to practice yoga, meditate, or just unwind to. Don’t forget to do it while listening to her seductive music. It is clear that Jade has mastered the instrument. Her art is intended to “help people connect more deeply spiritually,” which is something we can sense with “Arashiyama Bamboo Grove.”

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