Christina Rusnak | Going Rogue
Christina Rusnak is a multifaceted composer whose work reflects a diversity of styles. Actively seeking to integrate geographic and artistic elements into her work, her goal is to compose music that engages the performers as well as the audience.
Christina Rusnak, Composer, Explorer, Music, Outdoors, Exploring with music
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Going Rogue

Going Rogue!

Duration ~ 4:30

 Notes:

In 2010, the Rogue River first beckoned. A few years later, I hiked most of and rafted some of its 40 mile trail. Between the rocks and thrashing rapids, are places of pure serenity. Birds calling from this way and that, bugs buzzing, eagles soaring and river otters darting along the shore. Deer peer at us as we approach the lodges.  The Rogue’s indigenous people fought hard for this landscape in the Rogue River War of 1855-56.. Decades later, Zane Grey later sought refuge, building a cabin on its shores. The Rogue was designated in 1968 as National Wild and Scenic River.

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