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CHIP DAVIS

Grammy Award winning composer/ musician Chip Davis is one of the most successful innovators and
entrepreneurs in music today. He is the creator of Mannheim Steamroller, the #1 Christmas music artist in history and one of the top 50 best-selling artists of all times with over 40 million records sold, 27 million in the Christmas genre alone.

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  • Audio CD (December 29, 1989)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: American Gramaphone
  • ASIN: B0000005N7
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,927 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Pines Of Rome: I Pini Di Villa Borghese
2. The Pines Of Rome: III Pini Del Gianicolo
3. Interlude III
4. Ballade
5. Sunrise At Rhodes
6. Come Home To The Sea
7. Morning
8. Interlude VI
9. La Primavera (Spring): I Allegro
10. La Primavera (Spring): 3 Allegro
11. Nepenthe
12. The Sky
13. Grand Canyon Suite: Cloud Burst
14. Earthrise
15. Return To The Earth

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Sorry, I work too hard for it.
Jim
It's great for listening to in the background, on your way home from work (or any car occasion where you need a good tune), or before you go to bed.
Amazon Customer
The nature of Yellowstone Park comes alive with this wonderful music from Mannheim Steamroller.
J. Murdock-Russo

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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 30, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Having recently visited the Yellowstone National Park area, it was nice to listen to this music meant for the theme of Yellowstone. I'm a big fan of Mannheim Steamroller's music, though I've only heard their Christmas albums, and when my brother bought this album, I sat down to listen to it, and here are my thoughts.
Track 1 (2:58): Glistening bells and trumpets resound to welcome you to the CD; the music is very light, happy, and upbeat. Somehow, the orchestra tunes remind me of the Disney Peter Pan cartoon; the style is similar somehow.
Track 2 (7:16): Very calm, easy-listening and classical sounding; mostly instrumental.
Track 3 (2:26): Calm and classical like track 2, but with sounds of nature in the background.
Track 4 (7:29): Another calm, classical tune, like unto tracks 2 and 3. What is Mannheim shooting for, NPR status?
Track 5 (3:44): Opens with the quiet sounds of a horse, who majestically gallops away and whinnies. Music itself sounds western, or perhaps a Middle-Eastern flair; they make use of my favorite instrument in this tune: the choir! The song is very majestic and enjoyable.
Track 6 (4:51): Starts with noises of the ocean, and the sounds of a piano and flute. These quickly swell into a much grander tune, but the song still maintains the simple strains of the flute.
Track 7 (2:46): Short, mild and simple. Mostly strings and horns. It kind of reminded me of the Mannheim Christmas track "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen". (Since the Christmas albums are the only ones I've heard until now, that's, I'm afraid, my standard of comparison for the other music)
Track 8 (3:11): Very quiet; primarily piano, with outdoor noises. Very much like a lullaby, actually.
Track 9 (3:48): Hey, stolen!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By rodboomboom HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on August 22, 2002
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Chip Davis composes original pieces himself to praise the nature of Yellowstone, as well as conducts Steamroller and the Yellowstone Symphony in this tribute to the natural wonder of our first national park.
It truly is a most beautiful and inspiring collection of sounds, from Respighi to Debussy to Vivaldi and Grofe compositions as well as Mannheim.
The Pines of Rome is exquisite, love the oboe! The Debussey piece is majestic, remicisent of the Park's wonders. The west theme is picked up in The Sunrise at Rhodes, as well as Grand Canyon Suite. The oboe work by Ray Still is absolute phrase magic on Nepenthe, as well as exceptional recorder sound on Come Home to the Sea.
Beautiful, soaring, ebb and flow music such as this matches so well with natural phenomenen, and certainly Yellowstone with its many cycles inspires and fits so well.
Most refreshing and inspiring! One of Steamroller gems!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Comedy and Integrity Fan on August 23, 2000
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I have listened to this C.D. many times before. I really liked most of it. I really liked the first 2 songs on it, Like "The Pines Of Rome: I Pini Di Villa Borghese" (On Track 1), and "The Pines Of Rome: III Pini Del Gianicolo" (On Track 2), and I also liked the song called "Grand Canyon Suite: CloudBurst". Several Minutes of that song sounding a little scary though, like you were having a big nightmare about "Yellowstone", that it was all getting destroyed by a bad, terrible storm, and was coming to an end. But it still had great instroments playing for it, and some of it sounded beautiful, like making up for the beauty of the area around the Yellowstone Grand Canyon. I very much too liked it having a lot of the great songs from some of the "Fresh Aire" Albums. They all sounded like big outside Nature. The first 2 songs on the C.D. (which are the two "Pines Of Rome" songs produced by an early 1900's Italian Musician named Ottorino Respighi) reminded me of being there at Yellowstone watching the birds and other things flying by in the beautiful sky and past the trees, and me exploring the region. The first "Pines Of Rome" song reminded me of seeing lots of pretty white snow covering the beautiful big and small pine trees in the mountains of Yellowstone, and looking down from higher elevations at beautiful frozen lakes over a beautiful sunset, and viewing at more far views of snow covered mountains. The second "Pines Of Rome" song reminded me of looking down at different great far views, and seeing lots of different great Nature there.Read more ›
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 20, 1999
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Since purchasing the CD in 1990 its lush and varied themes have accompanied us on trips all over the states. There isn't a prairie, a stream a mountain, a sunrise or wildlife anywhere that isn't reflected in Chip Davis' renditions of these classic and original pieces. The melding of such fine musicians (one of whom I've since worked with)and the smooth cooperation of acoustic and electronic sound in the editing makes for a CD hard to top. One small criticism. The volume occasionally has to be adjusted throughout the CD or you will miss the birds singing or suffer ear damage in the rain storm. Also, all three Chrismas CD's are excellent and the printed music makes it fun to play along.
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