Auralis | Sound Traveller Vol. 1

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Sound Traveller Vol. 1

by Auralis

Superb cinematic orchestral sounds by a master composer who takes us on a tour of world music.
Genre: Easy Listening: Background Music
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1. Flying Concorde
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2. American Pie Saga
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3. US Route One California
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4. Texas Honky Tonk Cowboy Train
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5. Paradise Isles (West Indies)
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6. Drifting (Under Sail West Indies)
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7. Rio Carnival (Brazil)
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8. Peking Cloud Song (China)
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Sound Traveller Vol. 1

Composer Auralis brilliantly uses the sounds of the full orchestra to describe for us in rich instrumental colours, the countries he has visited on his travels around the world.

In this first of two CD Albums, the composer starts his journey 'Flying Concorde' across the Atlantic for Washington DC, where, in the second track: 'American Pie Saga', we imagine the Boston Tea Party and the American War of Independence.
We then motor on US State Highway: 'Route One California' where we get on the: 'Honky Tonk Cowboy Train' heading for Texas. We sun ourselves on the beaches of: 'Paradise Isles', West Indies then lazily spend our time: 'Drifting' along on the tidal currents on a sailing yacht for Latin America, where in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil we enjoy the party frolics of the: 'Rio Carnival'.
We then finish the first part of our journey and accompany Auralis on Concorde flying to China, where we visit a pagoda on a hill and hear the enchantingly beautiful: 'Peking Cloud Song'. The next part of the journey can be heard on Album Vol. 2.

In this superb album by Auralis, we hear the master of arranging and orchestration at his best.
(Note: Concorde stopped flying the world in 2004)Auralis has also written three other albums: 'Destiny', Sound Traveller Vol. 2', 'The Mood I'm In'.

Notes by Peter Wright


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James Davis (Painter)

Brilliant Imaginative Music
I listened to this wonderful album and imagined every place the composer Auralis toook me to. What a brilliant impressionistic composer and sound colourist.

Peter Roberts

Auralis: A world music tour that stimulates your imaginination
Aurali takes us on a world music tour. This Album starts off on a plane "Flying Concorde" across the Atlantic for the USA. We land in Washington DC and the east coast. We are then taken on a journey across to California then Texas, and end up in Latin America by way of the West Indies. When I listened to this music, I felt that I was actually standing alongside Auralis on that West Indies sailing boat, "Drifting" towards Latin America and then taking part in the 'Rio Carnival'.
This is brilliant music by a master musician.

John Newsome

I imagined every country Auralis visited on this breathtaking album
While listening to Auralis's Sound Traveller Album Vols, 1 and 2, I imagined every country he has visited on his tour of the world and wished I was there.
The 'Rio Carnival', track is quite brilliant and is an example of this composer's fine aural ear.