The story behind this video and song can be found at: storiesatstudiolu.wordpress.com/2013/01/31/where-the-angels-live/ Featuring an acoustic recording of Where the Angels Live, a song written by Lucy Mathews Heegaard. Performed by Lucy and Sara Chapman Heegaard, with ukulele accompaniment.
Also featuring photographs by nature, prose photographer J. Marion Brown. Brown's photography can be found julesofnature.tumblr.com where she pairs photos daily with quotes and reflections.
To lend the sounds of nature to the video, a field recording of wind chimes was layered with the singing. Recorded by Philip Goddard near Castle Drogo in England, the recording features "the tenor-pitched Gregorian Chimes together with the smaller and thus higher-pitched Chimes of Pluto. The Gregorian chimes are tuned to a Gregorian chant scale, while the Pluto chimes are tuned to a very sweet sounding pentatonic scale, and thus there is an intriguing interaction between the two sound worlds, which helps to keep one's attention rather than send one to sleep." [from Goddard's description of the audio at freesound.org] For more information on Goddard and his Windchimes in the Wild project, visit his user profile page at freesound: freesound.org/people/Philip%20Goddard/