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Dan Gibson - Nature's Ballet (1995) (LOSSLESS)

10-05-2014, 19:22
Music | Instrumental | New Age | FLAC / APE

Dan Gibson - Nature's Ballet (1995) (LOSSLESS)

Artist: Dan Gibson
Title Of Album: Nature's Ballet
Year Of Release: 1995
Label: Solitudes
Genre: New Age, Easy Listening, Nature/Relax
Quality: WAV (Tracks+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 57:45 min
Total Size: 584 mb
WebSite: allmusic

On the latest installment in the award-winning Solitudes series, favorite ballet selections are combined with the state-of-the-art, authentic nature sounds. Arranged, orchestrated and conducted by Howard Baer, a former contributor to several television projects, including Sesame Street and four IMAX films, also performs all of the keyboards you hear on the album. Highlights include popular selections from such celebrated ballets as "Swan Lake," "Coppelia," and "Giselle," cleverly and subtly blended with wildlife and sound effects, including swans, sparrows, loons, cardinals, a goldfinch, crow, blue jay, woodpecker and even an alligator...

Dan Gibson - Nature's Ballet (1995) (LOSSLESS)
1. Swan Lake (Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky) (6:42)
2. Trois Gymnopedies - Gymnopedie #1 (Erik Satie) (5:56)
3. Coppelia - Waltz from Act I (Lo Delibes) (5:33)
4. Las Meninas - Pavane, op.50 (Gabriel Faur) (7:34)
5. Les Sylphides - Prelude, op.28, no.7 (Frdric Chopin) (3:52)
6. Carnival of the Animals - The Dying Swan (Camille Saint-Saens) (5:43)
7. Tale of The Young Prince and The Young Princess - Scheherazade (Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov) (6:01)
8. Sleeping Beauty - Waltz (Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky) (4:15)
9. Midsummernight's Dream - Notturno (Felix Mendelssohn) (6:53)
10. Giselle - Excerpt from Act II (Adolphe Adam) (5:16)

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