Brandon Welch | Belize Barrier Reef Instrumental Soundtrack

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Belize Barrier Reef Instrumental Soundtrack

by Brandon Welch

Sounds of Belize Barrier Reef
Genre: Easy Listening: Instrumental Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Shades of Blue
3:41 $1.35
2. Coral Reef
3:44 $2.23
3. Fish & Sea
3:15 $1.11
4. Purple
3:17 $2.12
5. Water Life
3:24 $1.99
6. Live in Water
3:16 $3.52
7. Dive Deep
3:01 $2.32
8. Reef System
3:13 $2.24
9. Sea Monster
3:13 $2.95
10. Boat Life
3:21 $3.19
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
This soundtrack was inspired by the longest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere and the second longest in the world. Inside the reef the water is shallow, with a blue tinge; outside the reef the water is deep and from the air shows a dark royal blue. On very clear days the reef appears as a narrow yellow line dividing the two shades of blue. The remarkably clear and shallow water inside the reef allows excellent viewing of the fabulous marine life of the area. Rainbow tinged tropical fish, delicate sea fans and majestic coral gardens abound. Outside the reef, the seabed drops sharply in a series of plateau to depths of thousands of feet. Out here in the blue are found the gamefish - mackerel, kingfish, wahoo, tuna, sailfish and marlin. The reef needs two factors to survive - solar energy and chemical nutrients. The nutrients flow into the sea as plant and animal organic material from rivers and creeks on the mainland and on the caye itself. The organic material is broken down into its chemical derivates by bacteria and other microorganisms, thus providing the nutrients necessary for reef growth.



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