Peter Rundquist | The Sounds Of Monhegan

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The Sounds Of Monhegan

by Peter Rundquist

Monhegan Island has many voices: crashing waves, songs of migratory birds and the resonance from within the cathedral woods-all are a special part of the island's charm and peace.
Genre: New Age: Ambient
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1. Foggy Morning on Manana
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2. Dawn Lupines below the Inn
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3. Above the Ice Pond
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4. Surf Below Burnt Head
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5. Sea Ducks at the Pond
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6. Dusk Crows in the Cathedral Woods
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7. Creaky Trees along the Red Ribbon Trail
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8. Machias Puffin Song
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Peter Rundquist walked away from a promising Wall Street career to pursue music full time. While engineering and producing Straight from the Delta, a CD of field recordings performed by Mississippi Delta blues musicians, he became enamored with folk and roots music. He has lent his originality to a number of projects including CLIO award winning advertising, original songs for the Disney channel, and a number of seasons scoring the OObi show on Noggin'.As a co-founder of the group Zoar he co produced Cd's for the Philip Glass' label Point Records


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