Musical Visions and Journeys into the Past
Ancestral Waters CD - Musical Visions and Journeys into the Past
John Huling’s Ancestral Waters journeys into the distant past of the Native American landscape. Huling’s Flute Music is featured throughout the Native American Museum at the Smithsonian in Washington D.C.
Drawing upon his ancestry, Huling uses haunting Native American flutes, acoustic guitar, piano and other instruments to melodically portray these Ancestral Musical Visions. Once again, Huling expands the musical boundaries with his mastery of the Native American Flute with Ancestral Waters. Get an Ancestral Waters Poster.
As always Huling’s Flute music is an original musical master piece. The gentle whispers of rivers, brooks, birds, thunder, rain and the many other sounds of nature provide a calming, relaxing and meditative backdrop to this beautiful music from John Huling ‘s eleventh release.
Recorded 1999 -2003. Released 2003
“John Huling is the original expert and master at crafting Musical Soundscapes for more than 25 years that mirror the majesty of the Ancient Lands of the Native southwest.”
“Huling takes his fans to new places with Ancestral Waters. Ecologically rich musical vistas like meadows, grasslands and riverbeds.”
“Wonderful! …”Five out of Five Stars!”
“Huling’s Ancestral Waters uses acoustic meditative instrumentation. Besides Huling’s beautiful Native American flute playing, these sonic panoramas gravitate around the guitar with gentle “finger style” guitar playing (influenced by his friend Will Ackerman of Windham Hill fame), piano and nature sounds.”
“With strong organic hues and serene melodies, the music of this album will bring listeners peace while setting their imaginations a flight. Highly recommended!”
Ancestral Waters NVCD4001
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