Tree and Field Crickets with complements of poorwills

by John Hartog

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A natural soundscape in stereo by John Hartog
Recorded in Wheeler County, Oregon
September 05 2009, 10:50pm to 12:10am
Total duration - 79:49 minutes

The mild and calm, full moon night in early September followed an unusual late summer rainfall that brought just enough moisture to enliven the arid grassland and juniper forest canyonland with a robust cricket chorus and optimal sound recording conditions.

The complete album consists of two tracks - one short prelude followed by one long 78 minute uninterrupted stereo soundscape.

Enjoy this pleasantly relaxed, real-time recording
of tree crickets singing in a rich chorus of musical trills
in company with a few field crickets quietly chirping and some calls of Common Poorwill that softly come and go.

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released December 15, 2010

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Track Name: Tree and Field Crickets with complements of poorwills
Enjoy this pleasantly relaxed, real-time recording
of tree crickets singing in a rich chorus of musical trills
in company with a few field crickets quietly chirping and some calls of Common Poorwill that softly come and go.

This recording will sound great on any stereo sound system, or headphones.