Music of Gregg Filler and Sangha Taranga

An Invitation awaits you below to listen to my musical offerings
… and enter into realms of joy, beauty, depth and mystery.

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This EP infuses you with the warmth, delight, and intimacy that radiate from chanting the Divine Names.

Purchase “The Heart of Kirtan” – 5 song EP

Tracks include:
1. Shri Mahadevi Jaya Ma Durga
2. Om Hrim Om Hrim Namah Shivaya
3. A Warm Holiday Om Namah Shivaya
4. Krishna Govinda (Kafi Raga)
5. Sita Rama (Hamsadvani Raga)

 

Listen to individual track samples and buy the full track:

Shri Mahadevi Jaya Ma Durga


Om Hrim Om Hrim Namah Shivaya


A Warm Holiday Om Namah Shivaya


Krishna Govinda (Kafi Raga)


Sita Rama (Hamsadvani Raga)


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Hanuman Chalisa (Bhairavi Raga)


Listen to the Yoga Studio Chants Sampler

Testimonials

“Sangha Taranga is one of my very favorite kirtan experiences. Gregg’s great gift as a composer, singer, and instrumentalist, his deep spiritual life, and his sweet temperament make his chants inspiring and special.”

-Greg Barnett

“Chanting with Gregg leads me into a gentle, pure, and exquisitely tender inner state. As I sing, I find myself filled with devotion and a graceful simplicity that permeates his music and fills the space. In a world that can seem chaotic and conflict-ridden, Gregg’s music is a sacred sanctuary that helps me quietly remember what I truly long for – the love within my own heart.”

-Shivani Kadakia

“Gregg’s devotion, passion, and practiced musicianship over the years allow him to be both disciplined and spontaneous in his offering of his chants, in all their depth and intricacy. Thus we are swept up in the tide of devotion ourselves and carried to another shore of spiritual experience by Gregg’s sure hand and voice.”

-Mary M

“Gregg is a committed yogi and absolute kirtan lover! His devotion to the path of yoga, beautifully blended with refined musical skill, will infuse anyone’s asana practice with the rasas of the divine names. Your yoga practice will be surely suffused in the bhakti of sound.”

-Damiana Carpizo

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