Reviewer: Edward Burke, Celtic music fan and College DJ
Lush, soothing, improvisational Celtic/New-Age compositions led by the shrill, and haunting penny whistle and low whistle (Respectively!) Music inspired by the beauty of the Northeast where Quadra (and I) call home. Even if you're not from any of the New England states, Quadra's music is heavenly; His whistles speak to us and guide us within our souls. Guitar, keyboard, percussion and bagpipe drones are added to the live, on-site whistle playing, creating a bright, full sound which wouldn't be out of place as the soundtrack to Celtic-flavored movies such as Braveheart, or the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Tracks of note are "First Born", "Rachel's Dance", "Inheritance", "Caleb's March", "Winter Cry", and "When I Survey", the only traditional
piece on the album. Highly recommended for those who need a bit of music therapy.