|1||Under The Sun|
Bendir – Glen VelezFrench Horn – John Clark Oboe – Paul McCandlessOrgan [Pipe Organ] – Paul HalleySoprano Saxophone – Paul Winter Written-By – Glen Velez, John Clark , Paul Halley, Paul McCandless, Paul Winter
|2||And The Earth Spins (Finale)|
Bass – Russ LandauCello – Eugene FriesenDrums – Paul WerticoFlute – Rhonda LarsonGuitar [Steel-string] – Kenny MazurHeckelphone – Mark PerchanokKeyboards – Paul HalleyPercussion – Glen VelezSoprano Saxophone – Paul Winter Written-By – Paul Halley
Bullroarer, Percussion [Sticks] – Glen VelezDidgeridoo – Steve TurreSoprano Saxophone – Paul Winter Written-By – Eugene Friesen, Paul Winter , Russ Landau, Steve Turre
|4||Uirapurú Do Amazonas (South America)|
Soprano Saxophone – Paul Winter Voice, Guitar, Rainstick, Drums ["jungle-mouth" Drum], Whistle – Thiago de MelloWritten-By – Gaudencio Thiago de Mello
|5||Ocean Child (The Oceans)|
Cymbal – Paul WerticoKeyboards – Paul HalleyRecorded By [Orca And Sax, Additional Orca Recordings] – Mickey HoulihanSoprano Saxophone – Paul Winter Written-By – Orca , Paul Halley, Paul Winter
|6||Appalachian Morning (Prelude)|
Bass – Russ LandauCaxixi – Glen VelezCello – Eugene FriesenDrums – Paul WerticoFlute – Rhonda LarsonGuitar [Steel-string] – Kenny MazurKeyboards – Paul HalleySoprano Saxophone – Paul Winter Written-By – Paul Halley
|7||Song Of The Exile|
Keyboards – Paul HalleySoprano Saxophone – Paul Winter Surdo, Agogô – Guilherme FrancoVoice, Guitar, Performer [Cocoons], Percussion [Cuia] – Thiago de MelloWritten-By – Guadencio Thiago de Mello
|8||Call Of The Elephant (Africa)|
Bass – Russ LandauCello – David DarlingDrums [Ghanaian] – Kwaku DadeyGuitar [Steel-string] – Kenny MazurHorn [Kudu Horn], Bells [Footbells] – Paul BerlinerPiano – Paul HalleyRecorded By [Elephant Rumbles] – Katy PayneSoprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Paul Winter Written-By – Kwaku Dadey, Paul Berliner, Paul Halley, Paul Winter
Organ [Pipe Organ] – Paul HalleyRecorded By [Weddell Seal Call] – Edwin MickleburghRecorded By [Wind] – Mickey HoulihanSoprano Saxophone – Paul Winter Written-By – Paul Halley, Paul Winter
|10||Black Forest (Europe)|
Recorded By [Mountain Stream] – Mickey HoulihanSoprano Saxophone – Paul Winter Written-By – Paul Winter
|11||Russian Girls (Asia)|
Bass, Percussion – Russ LandauCello, Voice – Eugene FriesenEnsemble [Vocals] – Dimitri Pokrovsky Singers, TheKeyboards – Paul HalleyPercussion – Glen VelezSoprano Saxophone – Paul Winter Vocals – Anna Konukhova, Elena Sidorenko, Irina Ponomaryova, Maria Nefedova, Nina Savitskaya, Tamara SmyslovaWritten-By – Dimitri Pokrovsky, Eugene Friesen, Paul Halley, Paul Winter , Russ Landau
|12||Cathedral Forest (North America)|
Bass – Russ LandauCello – Eugene FriesenDrums – Paul WerticoFlute – Rhonda LarsonKeyboards – Paul HalleyPercussion – Glen Velez, Ted MooreSoprano Saxophone – Paul Winter Written-By – Paul Halley
- Cover, Design, Graphics – Hirsch Design
- Illustration [Booklet Illustrations] – Hannah Hinchman
- Liner Notes – Chez Liley
- Mastered By – Dr. Toby Mountain
- Mixed By – Russ Landau
- Producer – Paul Winter , Russ Landau
- Producer [Associate] – Eugene Friesen, Paul Halley, Rhonda Larson
- Recorded By – Russ Landau
- Recorded By [Additional] – Chris Brown, Dave Greene, Dixon Van Winkle, Judy Elliott-Brown, Kenny Mazur
- Recorded By [Assisted By] – Tom Lewis, Tom Skarupa
HinweiseRecorded and mixed at Living Music Studio, Litchfield, Connecticut, and in the Cathedral of St. John the Devine, New York City.
"This musical offering was created as a tribute to the 20th anniversary of Earth Day..."
"Note: the desert drum (on 'Under The Sun') has a characteristic buzzing sound; please know it is not distortion on the recording or in your speakers."
Dedication: to Evelyn Ames, who so loved music and the wild world
Soapstone elephant carving from West Africa courtesy of Katy Payne
Tracks 1, 2, 12: Back Alley Music, ASCAP
Track 3: Bar-Loma Music, ASCAP; Living Earth Music, BMI
Tracks 4, 5: Back Alley Music, ASCAP; Living Earth Music, BMI
Tracks 6, 10: Gau Publishing Co., BMI
Tracks 7, 8, 9, 11: Living Earth Music, BMI
Spotted owl, elephant rumbles, uirapurú (musical wren), Australian lyrebird, European blackbird recordings courtesy Cornell University Laboratory of Ornithology.
Weddell seal call courtesy Saydisc Specialized Recordings, Ltd.
©℗ 1990 Earth Music Productions
Distributed by Living Music Records, Inc., under license from Earth Music Productions.
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- Licensed From – Earth Music Productions
- Distributed By – Living Music Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Earth Music Productions
- Copyright (c) – Earth Music Productions
- Published By – Back Alley Music
- Published By – Bar-Loma Music
- Published By – Living Earth Music
- Published By – Gau Publishing Co.
- Recorded At – Living Music Studio
- Recorded At – Cathedral Of St. John The Divine
- Mixed At – Living Music Studio
- Mastered At – Northeastern Digital
Kurzes IntroSongs in album Paul Winter - Earth: Voices Of A Planet 1990. Paul Winter - Appalachian Morning. Paul Winter - Cathedral Forest. Paul Winter - Call Of The Elephant. Earth: Voices of a Planet is an album released by Paul Winter in 1990. The album was a commissioned for the 20th anniversary of Earth Day, and was premiered in Times Square by the Paul Winter Consort and special guests. The album is a tribute to the Earth, and features at least one instrument or voice from every continent. The album also features animal calls woven into the music. In particular, recordings of elephant basso-rumbles are used. These sounds, created by elephants, are too low for the. Album 1990 12 Songs. Earth - Voices of a Planet Paul Winter. New Age. free to Paul Winter Earth: Voices of a Planet Appalachian Morning, Cathedral Forest and more. 12 tracks 58:35. Paul Winter born August 31, 1939 in Altoona, Pennsylvania is an American saxophonist alto and soprano saxophone. In 1961, while Winter was in college at Northwestern University, the Paul Winter Sextet won the Intercollegiate Jazz Festival and was signed by Columbia Records. The next year, the band toured Latin America as cultural ambassadors for the United States State Department, playing 160 concerts in 23 countries. Winter regulars and some special guest artists have put together a musical journey that starts in North America and travels through Africa, Antarctica, South America, Australia, Asia, and Europe. Selections feature indigenous nature sounds and traditional influences from various regions. Track Listing. Paul Winter. Earth - Voices of a Planet, 1990. Appalachian Morning, 04:23. Cathedral Forest, 05:53. Antarctica, 05:23. Ocean Child, 04:19. Talkabout, 03:56. Under the Sun, 05:28. And the Earth Spins, 05:07. Antarctica - Paul Winter. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Earth: Voices of a Planet is a popart songfolk music album recording by PAUL WINTER released in 1990 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Paul Winter: все альбомы, включая Count Me In Jazz Meets The Bossa Nova , Only You and I , Jazz Meets the Bossa Nova и другие. Earth: Voices of a Planet. Paul Winter, Paul Winter Consort. Wolf Eyes - A Retrospective
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