OK. Bela Fleck got no response. Let's try this: There appears to be a problem with the list of tracks supposedly being played at the Wilderness Lodge. I realize that what is generally being posted is simply what Guest Services provided but still . . . For example, there is no track entitled "Wild Ride" in "The Magnificent Seven"; there is no track "Walk to the Bunkhouse" in Mark Isham's "Of Mice and Men"; and Grofe never wrote anything called "Grand Panorama". Aaron Copland wrote "Walk to the Bunkhouse" for "The Red Pony" and this is heard at the WL. Mark Isham wrote "The Wild Ride" for "A River Runs Through It." And nobody wrote anything called "Grand Panorama." I seriously doubt that the Carpenter's "Top of the World" has ever been heard there (others have already indicated they think this is from "Last of the Mohicans"). Bill Frisell does an inspired version of Copland's "Billy the Kid Suite" but "Prairie Night" is not the track that would be played. And I like the Joe Roccisano Orchestra but I also doubt that "Earth Day" plays there either (how about John Williams' "Theme for Earth Day"?). And as for Max Steiner's "Dodge City", I don't think so. I realize that this was all hashed over several years ago but it's all new to me. Comments welcome. Finally, to end this on a more positive note, I came across a 30 second sample of "Siyo Tanka" which I would be happy to share with anyone interested in hearing what this elusive piece sounds like.