So many ‘natural instruments’ contribute to the soundscape of this place – like the wind, the waves, the words we speak, and the unmistakable song of a humpback whale.
Canada, now’s your chance to Play It By Ear and compose your very own soundtrack of Newfoundland and Labrador. You could win some wonderful weekly prizes, and receive up to three entries in our grand prize draw for a 12-Day trip for two – from Red Bay to St. John’s, and everywhere in between. You’ll enjoy boat tours, unique dining experiences, and music that will keep your toes tapping for years to come.
Enter now. This soundtrack is not available in store.
Bryan Gutjahr from Hanmer, ON
You are this week's winner.
Check out Bryan's composition here
Isn’t it about time you got all that Top 40 out of your system? To keep you humming along, this week’s prize pack includes a locally crafted bodhrán, a copy of the Dictionary of Newfoundland English, an assortment of traditional music, a set of musical spoons, a welcome mat made from fishing nets, the Best of Land and Sea DVD collection, and a book about some of the music you’ll discover while you’re here.
Opens May 18
Around here, surround sound comes from, well, the surroundings. This week’s prize pack celebrates the natural wonders that live and breathe here, including: a soapstone carving from Labrador, a jar of honey from Placentia Bay, locally made sea salt, a whale of a chopping board, the novel Rare Birds by Ed Riche, a sun catcher, some locally produced tea, and your very own Puffin Whirligig. After all, who doesn't want their very own Puffin Whirligig?
Opens May 25