Fifteenth [Chapter On] Trees’ Sounds [And] Wonderful Music
[The] Buddha told Ānanda, ‘[The] world’s emperors have [a] hundred thousand [kinds of] music, from Wheel-Turning Noble Kings, and even [to the] Sixth Heaven above, [their] musical sounds, passing through many [heavens, are] superior [to] one another [by a] thousand koṭis [of] ten thousand times. [The] Sixth Heaven above’s ten thousand kinds [of] musical notes, [are] not equal [to] Immeasurable Life [Buddha’s] Land’s all seven treasures’ trees’ one kind [of] sound [by a] thousand koṭis [of] times. Likewise are [there] naturally ten thousand kinds [of] music. Moreover, their musical sounds [are] without [those which are] not [the] Dharma’s sounds. Pure [and] smooth, moving [and] clear, subtle [and] wonderful, harmonious [and] elegant, of [the] ten directions’ worlds’ sounds within, [they are] as [the] most foremost.
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