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Simon Brooks | Moonlit Stories

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Folk: Celtic Folk Spoken Word: Storytelling Moods: Mood: Quirky
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Moonlit Stories

by Simon Brooks

Traditional folk stories told in a way that breathes life into the tales!
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Introduction
0:31 album only
clip
2. The Blacksmith and the Devil
20:18 $1.29
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3. Tam Lin
13:26 $1.57
clip
4. Falling Leaves (Music)
1:30 album only
clip
5. The Selkie's Gift
12:38 $1.57
clip
6. Falling Leaves (Reprise)
0:24 album only
7. Thanks
0:10 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Unhook from the chaos, take a moment and breathe. Fall into the voice and stories told by award-winning storyteller Simon Brooks. Originally from the British Isles and now living in the USA, Simon uses his accents to create characters that become real in your mind as you listen to his stories.
This CD is for more mature ears and NOT for young children. Two stories could be considered Halloween tales, but the third story - of the seal people, the selkies - is a tale for moonlit nights. The stories are full of magic, a nasty blacksmith who frightens even the devil, love overcoming great odds in the realm of the elven folk, and the true mystery and magic of the sea. This CD is a slight departure from the others in that all the music is composed and played by Simon alone - a first!
Simon became a professional storyteller in 2003 and travels all over New England telling his tales to students from elementary school to college level, adults and businesses, organizations, as well as camps, libraries, museums - anywhere where people gather.
Enjoy the stories as your parents did, and your parent's parents before them.

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