Monday, December 3, 2012

Song of Goldstone Wood

     Just yesterday afternoon, Anne Elisabeth Stengl asked if there were any songs that would befit a sea unicorn. I got to thinking, and before too long, I had a melody starting in my head. I used a poem from Anne Elisabeth's book, Heartless, and made up a tune for it! I've never written music before, so this is nothing wonderful. Thank you Anne Elisabeth for such a beautiful poem out of such a fantastic book!

<3 Clara

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  1. Clara!!! That brought tears to my eyes, it was so lovely! As though you knew what the melody was SUPPOSED to be all along. Just beautiful!

    I am going to share this on my blog tomorrow for everyone to enjoy. :)

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    1. I'm so thrilled you liked it, Anne Elisabeth!!! The Lord put the melody in my head, and I just plucked out the chords for it:)

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  2. That was so beautiful and peaceful! Wonderful job, Clara, once again you amaze us all! ~ Laura Thomas

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    1. Thank you, Laura!!! I can't wait to come and see you!!!!!

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  3. Lovely! You have a beautiful voice and a gift for picking out chords.

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    1. Thank you so much, Victoria! That really means a lot to me:)

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  4. Hi Clara! This is Hannah from Anne's blog. I think it's just terrific that you composed a tune for one of Anne's songs. :)
    Unfortunately, my computer refuses to play the videos on your blog. Maybe someday it'll work. But I gotta ask, did you sing the Song of the Spheres, you know, "Beyond the Final Water falling..."?

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    1. Hello Hannah! I'm so sorry about the video not working on your computer...I don't know what could be wrong. I did indeed sing the Song of Spheres!!! If you really wanted to listen to it, maybe I could e-mail it to you, and it would work better? If not, that's totally fine with me:)

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    2. Hi Clara! My mom finally figured out a way to play the video, and your song is be-yew-tiful!
      Wonderful tune! And your voice is lovely. :)
      -Hannah

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    3. Oh, that's wonderful! I'm so glad you liked it:)

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  5. It was beautiful, Clara. It wipped any other tune for the osng out of my head.
    You are an amazing singer, too

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  6. Thank you SO much Rebekah!!! That's so sweet of you to say that:)

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Allon-sy!