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Sounds of the Earth
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WHALE , TIBETAN MONKS,TROPICAL RAINFOREST , TROPICAL TWILIGHT, SEA, GARDEN,
SOUNDS OF THE NIGHT,EXOTIC PARADISE,DUSK, MORNING BIRDS AND MOUNTAIN STREAM
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Our nature sounds cd 's offers pure nature sounds, no voices are
added, no music is added, no human-induced noises are heard.
Sounds of the Earth bids you welcome to the wild and the
fragile sounds of nature.
Rainforest: Stillness - 25:18
The rainforest shows its quiet side. Sounds of tropical birds and
a stream, the rustling of leaves.
Rainforest: Rainfall - 24:32
The sounds of the rainforest get heavier and louder.
More birds appear and a tropical cloudburst with heavy
thunder and showers of rain passes over.
Finally leaving the rainforest with the leaves still dripping.
Total time - 49:52 minutes
The Sea: Calm - 24:40
The Sea: Surf - 25:10
The sea with all its sounds; from soft, rippling little waves
on the shore to the splashy breakers hitting the rocks.
On this recording the moods of the sea are captured, with each
wave playing its own role in the theatre of the sea.
Total Time: 49:52
'Sounds of the Night'
starts with the sound of evening
woodland birds and continues with the song of a
nightingale, frogs and crickets, and the call of tawny owls.
The Crisp Air after sundown makes the night sounds come out clear and
crystalline. From a backdrop of blackbirds, mistle thrushes and robins,
a nightingale emerges and sings a song to celebrate nightfall.
Evening song - 30:35
Night song - 31:16
Total time - 61:52 minutes
It is as if you walk through a garden, painted by Monet.
Blackbird, Linnet, robin and many more birds sing their song.
And when the evening comes nearer, you hear a distant stream
and summer doves in the woodland.
Total Time: 62:49
Total Time: 61:03
'Tropical Twilight' opens with birds, crickets and frogs,
an oasis of quiet, not far from the jungle's edge.
Crickets, insects and frogs continue until night sets in.
A nightowl closes the day.
The dry season is turning. Birds anticipate the long awaited
waters from heaven. A distant rolling thunder is heard.
Travelling farther the colours turn to a wide range of greens
and the sounds of jungle take over.
The birds in the trees are preparing for the night. Their songs
are turning ever so slowly into silence. The sounds of the surf
are just audible, as the sun sets for another night.
Dusk Part One - 24:27
Dusk Part Two - 24:46
Total time: 49:16
Exotic Paradise Part One - 26:10
Exotic Paradise Part Two - 26:13
Total Time: 52:23
Where has the garden gone? In which all creatures live together
and never fear. Has it ever been? Where raging waves come to a calm,
fresh waters trickle into the oceans and the wind rustles through palmleaves
Dawn Chorus - 24:37
With faint night time crickets and insects in the background,
a dawn chorus of birds awakes and announces the beginning of
a new day. Hear the owl hoot in the twilight, hear the wood
pigeons coo and a solo robin call the distant woodpeckers.
The woodland stirs into morning.
The forest Awakens - 24:56
A mature old forest, where the bird calls sound slightly magical
as they echo around the tall trees. Chiff chaffs and solo calls
rong through the forest.
Total Time: 49:35
The Lowlands - 24:42
Moor tops and rolling hills at the foot of the mountain.
The cold, shallow stream tumbles over rocks and pebbles.
In the distance faint sounds of birds of prey and grouse,
as the stream pours over small waterfalls
The Highlands - 24:58
As the climb gets higher, the air swirls around the canyons
and rocky passages. The bird calls become more distant and sparse.
The stream tubmles through waterfalls. The echo of the bird song
can now be heard below, echoing against the cliff walls
Total Time: 49:43
'Forest' features the joyous sound of the woods on a quiet
autumn day, with birds chirping and a friendly wind through
the leaves. A trickling stream, a quiet place to sit on a
fence and dream...
Autumn Woods - 31:17
Forest Song - 30:45
Total Time: 62:02
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Tibetan monks throat-singing - Specialized form of chanting - 4:33 mins
Tibetan Singing Bowl Meditation Session 25 - 1 hour 49 min
Tibetan Singing Bowl Meditation Session 146 - 2 hours
Tibetan Singing Bowl Studio Session 2 - Deep Sleep & Meditation - 42 mins
The Gyuto monks - Tibetan tantric choir - 23 mins