Antelope Canyon is one of the most fascinating, mysterious, and beautiful places on Earth. Located just moments from Page Arizona, It is the probably the most famous example of a slot canyon in the world. The deep lower portion of the canyon was lost when the Glen Canyon Dam was built creating the vast reservoir known as Lake Powell. Thankfully the mid and upper reaches of Antelope Canyon were not effected and remain as beautiful and wonderful today as they have been for tens of thousands of years.
My new age score "Antelope Canyon" is inspired by the fascinating curves and gouges of the canyon, using stereo echoes to reproduce the "feel" of listening from within those natural walls. True music played within the canyon does have a very strong reverberation and a faint echo, but I enjoy the exaggeration applied in this beautiful piece of music.
This Music is featured on my album:
"Somewhere in the World" by Jason Ward
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The wonderful photographs used in this production were provided with permission from their respective owners. All photographers are members of the Panoramio.com photograph hosting service. A link to each person whose photograph(s) appear in this music video are provided below:
Hopensmiles ~ Meenakshi Matai:
ashimmin ~ Alice Shimmin:
Thank you to all of you for providing your awesome photographs for use in this production. It is so wonderful to see so many photographs of the same place taken by people from all over the world. I really appreciate your help in making my vision become a reality after all of these years.
PS: The first image behind Ward-Studios.com Presents was a scene I created and rendered in Vue depicting my impression of the canyon.
Music lovers who enjoy the following artists will probably find this music enjoyable as well: Ray Lynch, Yanni, Ryan Farish, David Lanz, Arkenstone, Enya, Gnomusy, Cynic Project, Robert Miles, Amethystium