- Performer:Gordon Hempton
- Title:Rialto Beach: Olympic National Seashore, Washington, May 25, 1989
- Date of release:November 1, 2004
- Recording date:May 25, 1989
- Size FLAC version1910 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1466 megabytes
- Size WMA version1857 megabytes
- Formats:AHX MOD XM VOX MIDI ASF
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I live near Olympic National Park in the rugged northwest corner of Washington State, quiet enough to be a recording studio-and it i. This tree grew in the nearby rain forest and then floated down the Bogachiel River before coming to a rest (temporarily) at Rialto Beach. The wood of this tree species has special properties that make it ideal for crafting violins, guitars, and other acoustic instruments because the wood produces a sound when exposed to the slightest vibration. But here, instead of a bow drawn across violin strings, the sound of distant surf is powerful enough to cause this Sitka log to produce its own deep, harmonic concert. This sound is impossible to adequately describe but easily heard.
CreditsGordon Hempton - Primary Artist
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