A soft, relaxing, floating and pulsing track with a slightly ethnic flavour, giving a mood of well being, but with a silght touch of nostalgia and possible regret, as to where our planet is going with all the deforestation going on.
The instrumentation is a fusion of beautiful ethnic flute, acoustic guitar, kora (Senegalese harp), acoustic piano, soft keyboard pads, acoustic bass and pandeiro (Brazilian tambourine).
This is the full version, check out the lighter version with no percussion or bass, from the link below.
This track is part of a Mix-Set - You can download all versions as a ZIP archive
**If you would prefer specific stems to create your own particular versions, please get in touch and Dave will send them to you directly, as fast as he can.
Keywords:acoustic+ acoustic bass+ beautiful+ deforestation+ ethnic+ ethnic+ floating+ flute+ fusion+ kora + nature+ nostalgia+ pandeiro+ piano+ planet+ pulsing+ regret+ relaxing+ soft+ tambourine + well being+
|Andy Findon - CAE / IPI: 381215871
Tim Perkins - CAE / IPI: 258539235
Andy can be heard on countless movie and TV soundtracks, alongside hundreds of albums for a long list of international artists. He is a member of "The Michael Nyman Band", medieval prog rock band "Gryphon" and folk-rock band "The Home Service". Andy is known as London's foremost "ethnic" woodwind instrumentalist, having recorded his own sample library for Spitfire Audio. As a composer, he has produced and performed hundreds of music "library" tracks which are played across the media regularly. Andy performed tin whistle live in the interval act at the 1998 Eurovision Song Contest in Birmingham and was Mike Oldfield's recorder player (In Dulci Jubilo) at the 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony.
British born composer Tim Perkins studied at Birmingham Conservatoire and is also a freelance violin & viola player who has collaborated on several album projects with comics writer and novelist Alan Moore. In addition to his writing and recording work, he is Principal Trustee of Perkisound: 'The Integrated Music & Recreation Centre' UK.