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Flowers in October
Tim Janis
Flowers in October
Genre: New Age
 
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Flowers in October Gold Edition is a limited edition CD and DVD package. The Flowers in October CD is a musical portrait of a New England Autumn. From intimate pennywhistle and piano duets to full violin symphonic melodies...  more »

      
   
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All Artists: Tim Janis
Title: Flowers in October
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Beauty Case UK
Release Date: 6/1/1999
Album Type: Import
Genre: New Age
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 664277120429

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Flowers in October Gold Edition is a limited edition CD and DVD package. The Flowers in October CD is a musical portrait of a New England Autumn. From intimate pennywhistle and piano duets to full violin symphonic melodies, this breathtaking collection of instrumental performances evokes the wondrous colors of New England in the fall. The Flowers in October: Inspirations DVD is a breathtaking bonus nature DVD featuring the most popular Tim Janis tracks as the score and a collection of sublime scenes from the oceans, mountains, lakes, sunsets, and forests of all of North America.

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Simone J.
Reviewed on 11/4/2007...
Note: This UPC is not the gold edition of the CD, it is the regular edition

CD Reviews

Relaxation
D. B. Grant | San Francisco Bay Area, CA, USA | 04/07/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I find this CD and DVD calming and renewing. Like taking a walk in nature when I don't have the time to do so."
Three stars for the DVD; music is great
tomdw | keene | 01/26/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)

"It's hard to separate the music and the DVD, but I have to say that while I love the music and love the visual images on the DVD, the filmmakers suffer from an incredible attention deficit--they don't allow any of the images that we see to linger for more than four or five seconds, tops. One of the reasons I buy DVD's such as this one is to be able to relax while watching beautiful images, yet my mind just starts to appreciate one when boom--it fades out and is replaced by another, which fades out just as quickly. How is this relaxing? This isn't a rock video--the music is soft and relaxing, but whoever edited the film seems to think that you can't enjoy a mountain lake or a field of flowers or a close-up of leaves in autumn for more than four seconds without getting bored. That might be the case for the MTV crowd, but my guess is that the MTV crowd isn't buying this disc.

I do put it on when I want to hear relaxing music when I have things to do--and I can look over at the screen every once in a while to treat myself to a beautiful image to help keep things in perspective. But I can't put it on to watch and relax to; it's just far too frustrating."