Moonrise Over the Sangres

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    Grammy® Award-winning CRESTONE celebrates Colorado’s San Luis Valley, featuring Apache musician John-Carlos Perea, who sings in the Northern Plains Indian tradition; the voices of Mountain Bluebird, Red-winged Blackbird, Whooping Crane, Meadowlark, Sandhill Cranes, Coyotes, and Buffalo; and the Consort, including Paul Winter on soprano sax, Paul McCandless, oboe and bass clarinet; Eugene Friesen, cello; Glen Velez, percussion, Koji Nakamura, Japanese taiko drum.

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Paul Winter: “Richard Cooke has been a co-conspirator in our Consort adventures for over two decades. On this expedition he brought his contra-bass clarinet, a variety of the 'Freenotes' xylophones he builds, and his voice. One moonlit night he was inspired to stir up some echoes from across the lake, and he got an unexpected response. None of us imagined finding coyotes at 12,000 feet, but here they are.”

Richard Cooke l voice
Coyotes

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from Crestone, released December 17, 2007
Richard Cooke
(Living Earth Music, BMI)

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Paul Winter Litchfield

Paul Winter is a seven-time Grammy-winning saxophonist, whose sextet was the first jazz group to perform at the White House in 1962. His second group, the Paul Winter Consort, interweaves sounds from the natural world with classical and ethnic traditions, and the spontaneous spirit of jazz. Their annual Winter Solstice Celebrations and Earth Mass are among the most popular events in New York. ... more

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