The true joy of a moonlit night is something we no longer understand. Perhaps we can learn to appreciate its peaceful beauty and with this kind of relaxing piano music.
“How beautiful the moonlight’s shining on this bank!
Let’s sit here and let the music fill our ears.
Stillness and nighttime are perfect for beautiful music.
Sit down, Jessica. Look at the stars,
See how the floor of heaven is inlaid with small disks of bright gold.
Stars and planets move in such perfect harmony
that some believe you can hear music in their movement.
If you believe this, even the smallest star sings like an angel in its motion.
Souls have that same kind of harmony.
But because we’re here on earth in our earthly bodies, we can’t hear it.”
― William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice (from No Fear Shakespeare)
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Michael Harris ― Distant
Stars Of The Lid ― Dopamine Clouds Over Craven Cottage
Luke Howard ― Midnight Commute
Otto A Totland ― Oana
36 ― One
Michael Hoppé, Martin Tillman, Tim Wheater ― Distant Call
Claude Debussy ― Clair de Lune
Ludovico Einaudi ― Corale
Solarsoul ― Heavenly Berth (Original Ambient Space Mix)
Michael Hoppé ― Jude’s Theme (Piano Version)
A Winged Victory For The Sullen ― Atomos VII (Excerpt)
Rudy Adrian ― Island Of The Pirates (Delaware River, Pennsylvania)
Alio Die ― Concerning Simple Fire
Nils Frahm ― Chant
Max Richter ― Cassiopeia
January 11, 2017
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