The Sounds of The Canadian Rockies
Beautiful music and nature sounds recorded in the world renown Canadian Rockies. These relaxing songs feature musicians Tim Heintz, Charlie Bisharat, David Goldblatt and Grant Geissman.
Music composed by Randy Petersen, Tim Heintz and David Goldblatt. Produced by Orange Tree Productions.
Acoustic guitar, piano, and violin will guide your 3-dimensional musical journey through the amazing soundscapes of the Canadian wilderness. Awaken to the stillness of a gentle sunrise... the whispering trees beside an Alpine Meadow... a gentle stream as it meanders beside the trail... the magnificent elk bugling across Bow Valley... the sudden peal of distant thunder... and the solemn grandeur of Lake Louise. Recorded on location in Banff and Jasper National Parks, Alberta, Canada.
A portion of each sale is donated to Friends of Banff National Park and Friends of Jasper National Park.
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Vacation for Your Mind! Review by Adam
My family visitied the Rockies last summer. We listened to Orange Tree's Music while exploring the Mountains.
Now, back home, listening to this music brings back some of the peace you find when you are in such a beatiful place.
(Posted on 6/25/11)
what a treat Review by Barbara
I already have The Sounds of the Sequoia, Caribbean, and Great Smokey Mountains CDs.
I am now ordering this one plus Going to the Sun CD. The summer of 2009 I took a tour of Canadian Rockies, Waterton and Going to the Sun Highway so am anxiously awaiting to relive the splendor of that trip with music.
Your CD's are great for unwinding and relaxation and the best meditation music I have found. (Posted on 6/6/10)
great music Review by Wei-Kong Chia
I bought this CD on a vacation to Canada in June 2001. This CD seems to take the course of two "days". It starts the first morning with "Kootenay Sunrise" and ends the day with "Whistler's Twilight". It begins the second morning with "Summer Rain" and ends the program with "Trail's End".
I liked this CD very much, although I personally think that "Going to the Sun" (made by the same company) was better.
(Posted on 3/4/10)
Soothing, relaxing Review by Linda Hay
I got this album about 9 years back during my honeymoon trip to the Canadian Rockies. Thought I was just buying it as a memento initially, it became one of my favourite music album. When I play the music with my surround sound system, just by closing my eyes, I felt emersed, like in the forrest of the rocky mountains, with the sound of running water and insects in the background. it's the only album that can bring total relaxness to me. (Posted on 2/17/10)