Thanks Dave!! Just beautiful..
nice stuff in your player - I see what you mean about the nature sounds!
I should upload some of the tracks from my CD that feature taonga puoro (traditional Maori instruments). To my mind, there's sort of a gradual transition from the nature sounds I recorded, to the sounds of those instruments, some of which imitate noises like birdcalls, or wind - to the European style music on the harp.
There are a couple of more tracks on my Myspace page: http://www.myspace.com/asniharp - you might be interested in "Toccata Seconda Aotearoa remix" (an old Italian crazy piece for harp combined with various taonga puoro), or "Me he manu rere" and "The Rocky Road to Dublin", both working with birdsong.
Oh yeah and I forgot -- crickets! I *have* recorded crickets as well! :lol:
I don't think the little river has any particular name, though.
Very nice and pure music!
I like your song Rain Voices. You are very talented with the didge Dave.
Our computer speakers are down, but I will return for a listen when they become repaired...your sound LOOKS intriquing...can't wait to listen.
Nice to meet you Dave ..... & thanks for your support! Lovely sound, "The Bridge", v atmospheric. Like your pictures too - very similar to my photos (no such thing as coincidence they say)... All the best, Anna
Thanks , and thank you for your comment on the photos.
The tree with the wood pecker holes is one of my favorite
photos. Most of those photos were taken while I was recording my first collection of music & nature sounds. I actually saw the pileated wood pecker that had been carving up that tree. He was cool. I take it that the photos you have up on your page- you took them yourself ?
Thanks for listening Dave. I'm sure our path's will cross some time. I played down at the Emmaus Farmers Market a few times last year and plan on being back there.
cool, there are a lot of cool nontraditional venues around our area like that.
Hey Dave! You have some amazing ambient soundscapes here. I love the droning diggeridoo in "Mother Spider" and the life-imitating flute sounds of "The Bridge." The sonic undercurrent of the running stream that underlies that song also helps fill out its wonderful atmospheric sound. "Rapids and Rocks" also has a really great feel to it. You are deeply in touch with nature, and that deep connection shines through in your music. Keep up the great work!
Thank you very much for listening to my music, and for the
compliments. I will listen to your music as well. Dave Antonio
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