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Moon Melodies (Lullabies for Lunatics)

by Robert Skiles

Melodies created by the power of the moon
Genre: Easy Listening: Classical Pop
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1. Sea of Tranquility
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2. Loin D' Moi
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3. Waltz On the Plaza
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4. Little Brother
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5. Leprechaun
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6. Top of My Sky
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7. Spencer's Spell
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8. Rachel
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9. Crescent Waltz
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10. Cradle Song
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11. Meadow
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12. Just Until
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13. Harvest Song
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14. The GIft
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15. Jewel
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16. Lucybelle
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17. Moonrise
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18. Reflections
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19. Silver Swing
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20. Secret Castle
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21. White Stones
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22. Weedhopper
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23. Eclipse
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24. Ivory Tunnel
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25. Lighthouse
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26. Silver Skates
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27. Galaxy Dan
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MOON MELODIES

Ever have a melody go through your head that just will not leave you alone? These “Moon Melodies” are short themes and phrases that I have been humming, whistling and singing since I was a teenager. They have coursed through my brain like recurring dreams that to this day remain with me. Throughout my career as a composer, I have used these melodies as part of more lengthy compositions. They are presented here however, in their shortest and most unembellished form. I have no idea where they come from, theses lyrical jewels. I imagine them to be gifts from the moon. Lullabies and moonlight have had a love affair with one another for centuries. And since I have always been fascinated by all things lunar, I am indeed a “lunatic”. So I offer these melodies as “Lullabies for Lunatics”. Consider them a melodic necklace, a crescent of simple pearls created and strung together by nothing more complicated than the power of the moon.

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