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New England MountainSongs

First Born
Recorded during the Oil of Unity Conference at Sky-Hy Conference Center perched on Bradley Mountain. This track features Craig Perkins on keys. 10/10/03
Call of the Dove
This was a cool autumn day on New Hampshire's 2,937-foot Mt. Kearsarge, overlooking Warner and Wilmot. On very clear days, views extend to the White Mountains, the Green Mountains of Vermont,   the Atlantic Ocean, and Boston. 10/17/04
Rachel's Dance
A hike and picnic with my wife Anne and our dog Tristan (you can see his picture on the photo page) - late autumn in Woodstock Vermont. 11/08/05
A Scottish feeling was in the air! Mount Tom, Woodstock, Vermont. 09/16/04
Winter Cry
What started as a warm autumn day turned into a hail storm during this recording. Hail was literally bouncing off my tin whistle during this take. If you listen carefully, you can hear the Priory bells at the beginning of this piece recorded on Priory Hill, Weston Vermont. 10/15/05
When I Survey
While in Scotland, we heard a church singing "When I Survey The Wondrous Cross" to this traditional folk melody. I played this piece in the shadow of a large wooden cross erected at the Pinnacle, Streams Ministries Prayer Mountain. North Sutton, New Hampshire. 10/30/05
This piece was recorded the same day as Winter Cry before the hail storm. Priory Hill, Weston Vermont. Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem. 10/15/05
Caleb's March
At the end of this song (4:26 into song), our trusty dog Tristan is heard barking at passing hikers on Mount Tom. In the Hebrew, Caleb means dog. This is a song of dogged determination. 11/08/05
The White Wind
This was my first outdoor recording - You will hear some ancillary noises caused by wind pressure. Recorded at the Pinnacle, North Sutton, New Hampshire. 09/30/04
Craig Perkins - keys; Lois Freeman - violin; Ian Galway - bass; Anne
Quaderer - vocals; Tim Baldwin - percussion; Bobby Caban - percussion; Dan Hayne - percussion; Bob Quadra - low whistle, accordian, bagpipe and orchestral arrangements



A beautifully haunting treatment using synthesizer layers and a Celtic low whistle in a unrehearsed prophetic statement of vastness!
Snow By The Stream
A piano, ewi-flute and percussion melody inspired by a clear Catskill Mountain Stream in springtime.
Pearl Of Great Price
A rhythmic instrumental treatment of a song whose lyrics start  "Pearl of Great Price Lord, through You I've found it - opening wide the door to your heart! "
(Tin Whistle, Accordion and Violin.)
Incidentally, this was used in a movie soundtrack of film of wildlife in the Alaska wilderness!
Angelic voices interrupt a simple tin whistle aire.
We Rise
A triumphant melody held by a tin whistle with piano and orchestral backup.
My Vision
A traditional melody of Celtic origin with tin whistle, violin and orchestral highlights.
Peace Walk
An anointed, spontaneous song intertwining piano, low whistle, violin, tin whistle, beautiful  percussion and subtle bass lines.  Let yourself flow with this one!
A soundscape painted with an electronic wind instrument and violin textures that evokes thoughts of nature. A soothing finish to a beautiful album!
Lamont Green - bass, Ruth Huizenga - pianos, Jennifer Kameras - violins, Jeff Salvi - percussion, Bob Quadra - tin whistle, low whistle, ewi, keys, guitar and orchestral arrangements


Chapel of the Angels

Available only on on this website!
Come Holy Ghost
Instrumental on Penny whistle and Low whistle. At the end there is a short cry on the Uilleann pipe. Originally, I wanted to do the whole piece on the Uilleann pipes but alas, could not master the subtleties of the instrument. Hopefully by the next CD....
Be Thou My Vision
Suzanne Kvammon delivers a most sensitive rendition of this well known hymn. Ms. Gabourel provides a beautiful background vocal singing "He reigns..."
Light of My Life
Bob plays Low Whistle and Judith plays a wonderful harp for this Hymn of longing to walk as Jesus walked.
Last Rose Of Summer
In Memory of my Dear Mother, Rose Quaderer. Melody is in the public domain.
Fairest Lord Jesus
Anne Quaderer sings a most subline rendering of this love song for Jesus.

This Welsh folk song is beautifully rendered by Judith Byron with a whistle accompaniment by Bob Quadra.
All Through The Night
This cut features Judith Byron on Celtic Harp. Angelic voices can be heard. Guardian Angels, God will send Thee...
Bob Quadra - Low Whistle, Oboe, Piano, Orchestrations;
Judith Byron - Celtic Harp;
Vocalists: Suzanne Kvammon, Anne Quaderer, Veneda Gabourel


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