Cape Cod Soundscapes 7: Waterfall at Stony Brook M
Brewster's Stony Brook is most known for it's dramatic springtime herring run. Ocean dwellers for most of their lives, each April the herring return to the freshwater ponds of their birth to spawn. In winter Stony Brook runs clear over the stones and ladders that lead from Cape Cod Bay to the Mill Pond, but it's historic grist mill, built in 1751, still makes for a sound-filled and visually-scenic visit. The Stony Brook Museum is housed in the historic structure which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This 63 minute digital recording of the waters of Stony Brook is 100% natural, with no added music or synthesized sound. Play it as a relaxing backdrop to your busy work place, while reading a book, while giving or receiving a massage,or present it as a gift to your favorite homesick Cape Codder. The Cape Cod Soundscapes Series is drawn from the field recordings of Christopher Seufert and the Mooncusser Films audio archive. Mooncusser Films is an entirely independent film and video production company specializing in documentaries, educational programs, music video, and promotional projects. In addition to projects of their own design, the company has also been lucky enough to work all over the world with a great variety of people, including journalist Walter Cronkite,musician Suzanne Vega, the late illustrator Edward Gorey, actress Julie Harris, and filmmaker Al Maysles.