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This piece was inspired by a rare Pacific Northwest snow storm, with enormous wet snowflakes that made audible ploofing sounds as they landed. Like the snowstorm that inspired it, this piece is dark-grey, wet, and yet still graceful. (Unlike the snowstorm, though, it shouldn't make driving hazardous.)


from Winter Greens: Carols for the Season, released December 4, 2020
Music & arrangement by Betsy Tinney.
Cello: Betsy Tinney
Guitar: S.J. Tucker

Originally mixed in 2017 by Jeff Bohnhoff for Betsy's album Wyverns in the Winery.

Remixed by Betsy in 2020; mastered by Alexander James Adams.


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Betsy Tinney Seattle, Washington

Betsy is a cello storyteller. Using her cello and an electronic looper, she weaves rich, complex and varied tapestries of sound; her original cello compositions paint pictures and tell tales, from thunderstorms and skeletal mice to dancing elephants and humpback whales. ... more

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