Waterflow II includes sounds of water from the Canadian Rockies and the Gulf Coast of Florida to Northeast Ohio. Greg enjoys conveying the spirit of these inspiring natural places to listeners. May this recording bring you peace and healing.
Gentle rain fused with Asian percussion and a Japanese koto ease you into the flow of this CD. This shorter intro prepares you for the longer selections that follow and gives you a tranquil experience.
In the heart of the Canadian Rockies sits the most peaceful lake, Lake Agnes. After a 90 minute uphill hike from the infamous Lake Louise, one can sit at a tea house overlooking this perfect body of water. The lake is surrounded by glaciers, mountains and pine trees that are mirrored in the water. This music reflects the calm energy that Agnes emanates.
anibel Island, on Florida’s Gulf Coast, is blessed with a long, beautiful beach that stretches for miles (the beach is pictured here). This track features the waves gently caressing the shore.
Envision a small tea house overlooking a Japanese garden that has a river running through it. Gongs, resonant synths and recordings of two rivers create a feeling of serenity as you imagine yourself sitting in that environment. The water recordings are of the Bow River in Banff, Canada and the Cuyahoga River in Northeast Ohio.
This short conclusion to Waterflow II blends orchestral strings with a small, ultra‐clear stream and a combination of bird calls from Holden Arboretum in Kirtland, Ohio.