Author Topic: What are the best or your personal favorite PASTORAL library records / songs?  (Read 284 times)

FictionOfColours

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I know Bruton's green BRD series is the way to go for pastoral library, and I know some Music House and Sonoton in this vein (the latter's softly is just fabulous) but I want to make a semi-diverse (label-wise) playlist of this pastoral, chamber-ish music that library labels do so well at times. You know, nature themes, classical influences, gentle sweet melodies, flutes, strings, keyboards, soft strums, lush rural landscapes, tender and emotional, very nostalgic all around. Here's some examples of what I'm looking for:



A little more wintry:
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milliondollars

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Re: Best, or most beloved PASTORAL library records / songs?
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2019, 07:59:49 AM »
great idea! if you like to add more pastoral stuff, you may consider these leisure/holiday titles as well...

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I'm quite partial to a bit of pastoral especially when there is flute involved. Here's a song called 'Flute De Coeur' by Eric Towren on De Wolfe:


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Cantilena by Simon Park on De Wolfe is a really nice all round classical album. This track, 'Autumn Colours', is a lovely pastoral song: