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Yellowstone Symphony

Yellowstone Symphony features world class images with world-class music without narration. The music potentially includes some of the world’s best loved classical composers from Mozart to Vivaldi. It will be shot in 4K and high definition television and feature a dynamic 5.1 Surround score. Time-lapse, underwater, slow motion, and aerial photography will be featured in a four season portrait of one of the world’s most loved national parks.

Yellowstone National Park is the nation’s first. Yellowstone’s human history goes back 11,000 years. It was the start of America’s long love affair with national parks. Yellowstone is sometimes called the “Serengeti of the West”. Yellowstone teems with wildlife including grizzly bears, wolves, and bison. Bison were recently named “America’s national animal”.

Explorer John Colter described the wonder of the Yellowstone region in the early 1800s. Colter was a member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition and mountain man. Some called it “Colter’s Hell” due to the exotic thermal features he told of. Artist Thomas Moran further captured the splendor with his historic painting of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, now known as “Artist’s Point”. Yellowstone’s thermal features and geyser basins including “Old Faithful” are globally famous attracting visitors from throughout the world.

Many families have nostalgic memories of visiting the national parks including Yellowstone. America loves national parks and Yellowstone is one of the most beloved.

Length: 
40 minutes
Closed Caption: 
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