Beautiful Americana music and the natural symphony of America's Rivers. A popular title in our national park series. Featured artists include Bill Mize, Tim Heintz, Sid Page, Dan Higgins Grant Geissman and David Goldblatt.
Music composed by Randy Petersen, Tim Heintz, and Bill Mize. Produced by Orange Tree Productions
If you listen closely, every river has a magical song to sing. A song of history and exploration, of wildlife and scenic beauty, of sustenance and bounty. From Lewis and Clark's heroic journey up the Missouri to George Washington's fabled crossing of the Delaware, American rivers have played an ever changing role within the fabric of our lives. Come along on a 3-dimensional musical journey as we explore the great rivers and waterways that shape this great country of ours: the mighty Mississippi, Lewis and Clark's Missouri, the Columbia and Colorado rivers of the west, the Little Tennessee, New River, the historic Delaware, and "the last best river," the Yellowstone. Recorded on location all across North America.
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American Rivers music and nature Review by AC
Great sounds from iconic American Rivers. The recording technique creates a very realistic sense of actually sitting beside the rivers. Very artistic original relaxing music. First purchased this as a CD at the New River park information center. Got the mp3 version at Amazon to put into my Amazon cloud for easy access. This is one if my favorite morning CDs. (Posted on 10/4/14)
Great relaxing music Review by Nicholas J. Chavez
I listen to it to relax, the sounds go right through you and sooth your soul. It's like a hug from sounds (Posted on 7/7/14)
Wonderful Review by Don
I have had this CD for several years now. It is one of the most soothing of all the CD's I have from Orange Tree and they have a lot of very good CD's. My son borrowed the cd and it took me a long time to get it back from him. I recommend this with great confidence you will enjoy it. It relaxes me every time I listen to it. I can just close my eyes and see majestic rivers flowing by with great dreams of relaxing or riding on a raft like Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. (Posted on 2/13/10)