As you probably know, much of our creativity comes from experiences in the great outdoors.
This unique album takes the listener on a journey through nature that features the piano. This compilation includes music by Slawson, Lee, Debussy, Rachmaninoff and Liszt. Stylistically diverse, this musical journey includes classical, jazz, electronic and meditation genres. Watch the promotional video below to sample the new CD…
For those of you in Cleveland, the physical CD is already available at Whole Foods in University Heights. If you wish to download the full album or individual tracks from anywhere right now, go to iTunes or Amazon or CDBaby! You can also buy the physical CD from anywhere at CDBaby.
In the video sample below, you can watch the scenes that inspired the new CD, “Waterflow II.” Take in images of British Columbia, the Canadian Rockies, Sanibel Island, and Holden Arboretum in Kirtland, Ohio.
The soundtrack for the video is comprised of the music from “Waterflow II.”
Here is another Water Film that comes from one of our favorite places on earth, Lake Louise. This awesome glacial lake is located in the heart of Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada.
As with all of our Water Films, our intention is to create relaxation and stillness so that you may become creatively inspired. By sitting and watching these videos, you get in touch with the pace of nature and become inspired as the mind becomes quiet.
The quote at the beginning of this Water Film comes from Lao Tzu:
“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.”
Coming soon…we’re gearing up for another CD release — Waterflow II. Like the first Waterflow album released last year, this CD features water sounds blended with original music.
This music is perfect for relaxation, meditation, body work or yoga. I’m excited about this CD because I was able to capture a wide variety of high quality water sounds around the country. This collection includes intro and outro tracks.
Take a listen to the outro, called “Clear Stream,” which features strings fused with a stream and birds. Studio Blog readers and our Facebook Fans get the first taste of this brand new music.