Ian Tamblyn | Antarctica

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Antarctica

by Ian Tamblyn

Musical exploration of Antarctica; includes sounds of Weedell seals, Emperor and Adelie penguins, and Arebus ice caves
Genre: New Age: Contemporary Instrumental
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1. The Bell Birds
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2. Sastrugi
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3. The Weddell Planet
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4. Erebus Ice Caves
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5. Out on the Icefields
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6. The Penguin came from Pittsburgh
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7. Ed's Still Diving
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8. New Life at Hutton Cliff
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9. Still Life for Woodpecker
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10. Labrador Dawn
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11. The Bloodvein
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I composed this CD after spending some time at McMurdo Base in Antarctica where I was diving under the ice with a group scientists who invited me there. I recorded nearly everything I could while travelling around Ross Island environs.
When I returned home I started integrating these sounds with the musical impressions . It took me several years to complete the project .

This CD has been reviewed in the Lonely Planet's book on Antarctica and has sold nearly 35,000 cd since it was released .It has been a favourite on expedition ships travelling to Antarctica and has been sold at several of the bases in Antarctica. I think it is the best of my instrumental CDs.


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