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The Sounds of the Great Smoky Mountains - CD

Beautiful Music and the Natural Symphony of The Great Smoky Mountains

This tribute to the beautiful Smoky Mountains features songbirds, wolves, and ambiance from deep within these world-renowned hardwood forests. The glow of a quiet sunrise... the gentle rain as it plays amidst the autumn leaves... a tranquil stream as it ambles beside the trail... the undisturbed serenity of a virgin forest... the distant howl of a Red Wolf... and a fiery sunset as it disappears into the misty twilight. We've explored and recorded throughout Great Smoky Mountains National Park in order to capture the natural soundscapes that are unique to this amazing wilderness. Gentle regional music provides accompaniment to the sounds of the land of blue ridges, golden valleys and smoky skies.

Recorded on location in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN.

A portion of each sale is donated to Eastern Nation.

Part of The National Park Series™ collection.

Availability: In stock

$13.95
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Customer Reviews

  1. Great music. We listen to it in the car as we travel. Review by Great Granny Gwen

    Great music. We listen to it in the car as we travel. (Posted on 8/13/2016)

  2. Excellent! Review by Barbara M

    Love, love, love it! This CD is so relaxing. I'm not usually a big fan of listening to music only, but this, with the sounds of the birds, streams, wind, is unbelievable. It brought me right back to the Smoky Mountains.....a place I've visited several times and feel like it's "home" for some reason. I highly recommend it, you won't be disappointed. Just close your eyes and let it transport you! (Posted on 5/30/2016)

  3. Review of Order Review by Dictionary

    A great CD to Listen to --thanks so much for sending it and it will get much use. I love listening to CDs of the National Park Series. (Posted on 4/25/2015)

  4. More music to paint to Review by Carol R. Herring

    More music to paint to. (Posted on 2/28/2015)

  5. Made me Homesick Review by giant_stride_diver

    I was looking for nature sounds from the Appalachians and came across this album. After I listened to it I found myself feeling very homesick. I'm at school in Texas and this album sounded so comforting; I could smell the camp fire, the high mountain meadows, and the deep creek cut valleys with rhododendron, mountain laurel, and moss. So if you live away from the mountains or in the middle of them I recommend this album because there is no where in the world like the Appalachians. (Posted on 9/7/2012)

  6. Makes me feel and smell the Smokies Review by K Smith

    I simply love this music. It is interesting, soothing, relaxing and "beautiful" to my ears. After a long stressful day at work, a day of chores and irritating circumstances....I can turn on this CD and loose myself in it. Each song is different yet they blend together so produce a total unified experience. I have all the "National Park" series, they are ALL excellent. "Going to the Sun" is my favorite. (Posted on 10/23/2011)

  7. Outstanding CD Review by Linda

    I love this CD and would love to buy the sheet music to several piano solos. I cannot locate the sheet music anywhere and am not an experienced player. Can I buy the music from you? Please let me know....thank you
    lindabritland@gmail.com (Posted on 9/28/2011)

  8. Quite a Nice Surprise Review by Darrell

    I should start this off by admitting that the Smokies are my favorite place on earth. That being said, I am sure that a few of us have picked up a CD like this in a national park giftshop, played it once, and then forgot about it. Well, this CD was a revelation. Quiet but compelling melodies, with some well recorded sound effects from the park. And darned if they don't remind me of the Smokies when I listen to it, which I find myself doing quite often. I particularly like Almost Home (Riding up to the cabin for the night....ahhh!) and Misty Mountain (with the wolf calls in the distance..imagine a campsite at midnight)). Well worth the time. (Posted on 2/22/2010)


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