The National Parks [PBS Soundtrack]

The National Parks [PBS Soundtrack]


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Product Details

Release Date: 09/08/2009
Label: Pbs (Direct)
UPC: 0841887010733
catalogNumber: 451
Rank: 28325

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Lui Collins   Guitar
Matt Glaser   Violin
Peter Ostroushko   Fiddle,Mandolin
Bruce Kurnow   Harmonica
Bobby Horton   Bass,Dobro,Fiddle,Guitar,Mandolin,Violin,Cello,Viola,Hammered Dulcimer,Bodhran
Petteway   Guitar
Bruce Allard   Violin,Viola
Richard Dworsky   Piano
Dean Magraw   Guitar
Molly Mason   Bass,Guitar
Jacqueline Schwab   Piano
Debi Smith   Bodhran
Jay Ungar   Fiddle,Mandolin
Diane Tremaine   Cello
Amy White   Mandolin
Joseph Fire Crow   Flute
David Swenson   Percussion
Joel Sayles   Bass
Paddy League   Bodhran
Will Duncan   Piano
Richie Dworsky   Piano

Technical Credits

Peter Ostroushko   Composer
Bobby Horton   Arranger,Composer,Whistle
Petteway   Composer
Ken Burns   Producer,Liner Notes
Jay Ungar   Composer
Amy White   Composer
Joseph Fire Crow   Composer
Dana Robinson   Composer
Dayton Duncan   Producer
Will Duncan   Composer

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National Parks [PBS Soundtrack] 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lovely CD. The folks playing on this are great musicians, with a real ear for what works to set a mood (although I'd prefer less of the piano). Pettway & White are superb!
AhnneyMouse More than 1 year ago
This audio presentation of Ken Burns and Dayton Duncan's wonderful book is incredibly informative. It takes the listener through the history of America's National Parks from the beginning and illustrates the political and social changes necessary to establish the park system we now have. For a non-history-buff like myself, this was an amazing amount of information written and read in a syle I enjoyed and learned from.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago