Auralis | Sound Traveller Vol. 2

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Sound Traveller Vol. 2

by Auralis

Following his first volume, Auralis concludes his world tour and gives us evocative sound pictures in music representing the countries he has visited. This is a brilliant cinematic music album by a master orchestrator.
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1. Last Ferry From Hong Kong (China)
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2. Caravan To Marrakesh (Morocco)
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3. The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone
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4. Montmartre (Paris)
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5. Changing The Guard Buckingham Palace (Lond)
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6. Swallow sand Amazons (Lake District, England)
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7. Sarabande (Edinburgh, Scotland UK)
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8. Celebration Day In Edinburgh (Scotland, UK)
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Following on from Album Vol. 1, Auralis continues his world journey and gives us a musical portrait in beautifully composed orchestral sounds representing the countries he has visited on his travels.
In this second Album, the composer starts his long journey by catching the: 'Last Ferry From Hong Kong', before the Chinese took over the British colony.
In Morocco, North Africa, we follow the ancient camel route, accompanying a: 'Caravan To Marrakesh'. We then cross the Mediterranean Sea for Italy, and find romance in the eternal city: 'The Roman Spring Of Mrs. Stone'. We then go over the Alps heading for Paris and visit the artist colony in: 'Montmartre' and have our portrait painted.
In London, England, and like Christopher Robin, we watch: 'Changing The Guard At Buckingham Palace'. In the North English Lake District we imagine the children of writer Author Ransome's book: 'Swallows and Amazons', playing pirates and sailing their sketch boats.
The composer returns home to Scotland and from and open window in Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh, we hear a solo oboe play a mournful: 'Sarabande', in tribute to Mary Queen of Scots.
He then enjoys a: 'Celebration Day In Edinburgh', watching the re-opening ceremony of the new devolved UK, Scottish parliament in over three hundred years.
In this superb evocative album by Auralis, we hear the master arranger and orchestrator at his musical best. Auralis has also written: 'Sound Traveller Vol.1 'Destiny', and 'The Mood I'm In!'
(Notes by poet, Carol Linton)


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Norma Pollini (Italy)

Very interesting music - gives feel of travelling to these countires
I could see and hear the countries that Auralis had travelled to in this album. He invites you into his orchestral world with music that is quit breathtakingly good.

Sheila Brand

This man writes brilliantly
I listened to this album and was amazed to find that like Auralis, I imagined the countries he had visited on this wonderful album. This is great music to listen to if one travel the world.

Robert Stuart

Auralis took me on an audio journey that I will never forget
Auralis: Sound Traveller Vol 2
I had heard his 'Destiny' Scottish Album and had liked what I had heard. It was therefore with some excitment and the expectation that I would hear brilliant orchestrations from a great arranger, that I would buy his new "Sound Traveller Albums'' Vols. 1 - 2 . I was not
disapointed. I imagined the countries he has visited and heard the music of the world in this masterly travelogue of orchestral music. Robert Stuart.