Marcia's album "Woodland Moons" has remained at the number 2 spot for the OWMR Music charts for the month of February. See below...
Marcia is featured on episode #25 of the Aural Awakenings Podcast. You can tune in here or listen below.
Other artists include:
Artist – Track – Album & Buy Link
BrunuhVille – The Essence of Life – Aurora
Elements – Sringara – The Alchemy
Brenda Warren – Beneath Cherry Blossoms – Beautiful Journey
Ken Verheecke – Healing Waters – Tripping the Light Fantastic
Lena Natalia – Ballerina at Night – Lonely Satellite
Acoustic Ocean – Recalling Beauty – Blue Moon Rising
Trine Opsahl – A Star in Heaven is Born Tonight – Somewhere in a Hidden Memory
Karen Biehl – Invocation – Starlight Dreams
Amethystium – Satori – Evermind
Marcia Watson Bendo – Yellow Leaves Moon – Woodland Moons
Libera – Sanctus – Beyond
KeithTim Anderson – Photographs – Waiting’s End: Solo Piano, Vol. 1
Michelle Qureshi – River of Calm – Short Stories
Al Jewer & Andy Mitran – Ascendance – Perihelion
Marcia's album, "Woodland Moons" has registered at #2 on the One World Music Chart for January 2019. See Chart
Marcia's album, "Woodland Moons" Tops The One World Music Chart for December 2018 (2nd month in a row). View The Chart and/or listen to the December Chart Show for 2018 below.
Marcia is featured on episode 21 of the Aural Awakenings Podcast. Marcia begins at 20:02. Direct Link to Podcast or listen below.
A list of all the Artists that are featured on this episode.
Saturday, December 15, 2018
Aural Awakenings: Episode 21 (A Winter Solstice Special)
TIME / ARTIST NAME / TRACK TITLE / ALBUM TITLE
00:00 / Gary Stadler & Wendy Rule / Midwinter / Deep Within a Faerie Forest
08:00 / Richard Dillon / Walking Through the Woods On a Snowy Evening / Ring Around the Moon
11:30 / Blackmore’s Night / Mid Winter’s Night / Fires at Midnight
15:57 / Lisa Swerdlow / Winter Solstice / Voyager
20:02 / Marcia Watson Bendo / Snow Moon / Woodland Moons
26:25 / Dulce Joya / Winter Dreams / Reality of Dreams
30:05 / Sleepthief / The Falcon in the Snow / Mortal Longing
34:30 / Jim Gabriel / Winter / Into Eternity
38:34 / Joseph Akins / Winter is Coming / The Best of Joseph Akins
43:41 / Robert Ziegler / Walking in the Air (from The Snowman) / Christmas at the Movies
47:16 / Gareth Laffely & Lance Bendiksen ft. Wes Studi / Winter Storm / Voices of the Guardians
50:25 / David Hollandsworth / First Frost / Timeless
53:00 / Pangaea Projekt / On A Winter’s Eve / Winter Vol. IV
55:25 / Laura Powers / Winter of Dreams / Legends of the Goddess
Marcia's debut album, "Woodland Moons" is #1 on the One World Music Radio Chart for the month of November. You may download the chart here. Click on the attachments below.
Marcia'a album "Woodland Moons" comes in #2 on the Top 100 One World Music Chart. For more info.
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“After the first month of airplay, WOODLAND MOONS is in the #2 spot on the global Zone Music Reporter Top 100 Radio AirPlay Chart for September. “
New Age-World Instrumental Debut Album! Marcia Watson Bendo - “Woodland Moons’’
Marcia Watson Bendo is a multi-talented artist that is accomplished in many disciplines including the violin and a large selection of Native American Flutes. Picking up a woodwind changed her life and her music. Woodland Moons is her tribute to that instrument. In her own words, the artist explains what her music stands for…. “I strive to artistically create music that resonates with people by expressing an emotion, an image, a story, or reviving a memory.”
This Wonderful Native flute premier debut album “Woodland Moons” truly sets Marcia’s delightful playing apart from all the others, the plethora of instruments she plays on this marvellous release…is just something very special - the perfect introduction to a new talent you’ll be hearing much more from in the future…
Take a musical journey into the heart of the night on “Woodland Moons”, Let Marcia’s lilting flute melodies, enhanced with piano, superb orchestrations, and gentle rhythms, whisk you away, dissolving your cares from the day's stress. Featuring flawless mixing and mastering by the renowned Trammell Starks.
Marcia’s music gives the listener a sense of “connection” that many other players just can’t realize, no matter how much musical education or experience they may have, and the songs she has created here are as rich in diversity as possible… one of the best examples of that broad range is the “heavy” sounds you might expect with a tune titled “Big Bear Moon“… it’s not hard (at all) to imagine woodland encounters with a lumbering, furry creature… and yet, there’s a gentleness about the piece that makes it very attractive for the long term… this one will be getting a lot of replays – I wouldn’t be at all surprised to find this composition being nominated for and winning an award.
Of the 12 aural adventures Marcia offers up, her mastery at “weaving” various instruments into a full-blown orchestral experience makes her stand apart most enchantingly and this musical maestro has delivered a very delightful debut album indeed, you’ll want to hear this album…more & more.
The impressions of classical music came at an early age for multi-instrumentalist Marcia Watson Bendo. The vibrations of strings and the air movement of woodwinds caught her attention and she decided that music would be an important part of her life. That and maybe being a scientist. At age seven it was 88 keys, and through the years, violin, the clarinet, and the Native American flute. Recently she learned to play the harp. It is that never ending curiosity and desire to learn that has inspired her continued pursuit of a long career in the music industry.
Marcia’s formative years were spent playing the violin, during which she performed with the Tulsa Philharmonic Orchestra, The Tulsa Opera, and The Tulsa Ballet strengthening her classical roots. She went on to perform with notables such as Sammy Davis Jr., Doc Severinsen, and Ella Fitzgerald and with conductors Skitch Henderson and Arthur Fiedler. She continued her career as a free-lance violinist playing with Tom Jones, Don Williams, and she appeared in an Osmond Productions concert on HBO television.
Bendo picked up the Native American flute in 2011 and her career changed. She began composing for the flute and piano, honed her recording skills, and composed an album called Woodland Moons that featured flutes accompanied by light orchestral elements.
Marcia lives each day to focus on her music. Her joy in the journey, She gauges her success not on celebrity, but in the potential exchange with her listeners. It is the little things that she appreciates; learning new material and breathing life into her music.
Her current music embraces several genres such as classical, traditional folk and World genres with unique instrumental textures not typically heard in Native American Flute recordings. What gives her the most pleasure is connecting with her listeners on many levels, both musically and spiritually.
She has many goals for her music, but on a personal level, she believes it’s important to be informed about evolving issues affecting the music industry, artists, and creators. She hopes that the technology which allows people to create, record, share, and collaborate with others worldwide will retain the human element in its evolution.
Marcia Watson Bendo has delivered a gem of a debut album, it culminates a career in music perfecting her craft with some of the biggest names in the music industry…now showcasing her many unique talents with the world.
We really hope that Marcia continues this journey…the world now has a new, very bright musical star!
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