Songs Of The Earth

by Steve Shapiro

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"The dear earth everywhere blossoms in spring and grows green
anew! Everywhere and forever blue is the horizon!
Forever ... Forever ..." - Li T'ai-po (The Chinese Flute) c.750

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released April 15, 2016

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Steve Shapiro Oakland, California

Steve Shapiro has composed music for hundreds of radio and TV commercials, documentary films, infomercials and other TV programs. He was the music director at Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, which produced hundreds of award-winning educational films and recordings. He has a BA in Music from Brown University and an MA in Music from the Manhattan School of Music. ... more

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Track Name: A Song Of The Earth
"The dear earth everywhere blossoms in spring and grows green
anew! Everywhere and forever blue is the horizon!
Forever ... Forever ..." - Li T'ai-po (The Chinese Flute) c.750
Track Name: SPRING HAS SPRUNG
The MARCH EQUINOX marks the moment the Sun crosses the celestial equator – the imaginary line in the sky above the Earth’s equator – from south to north. At this moment, the Earth's axis is neither tilted away from nor towards the Sun.
Track Name: Salt Of The Earth
"Say a prayer for the common foot soldier and spare a thought for his back breaking work. Say a prayer for his wife and his children who burn the fires and who still till the earth." - Jagger/Richards
Track Name: Fall Back
Don't forget to change your clocks!
Track Name: Heat Wave
Record warmth has plagued nearly the entire state of California, while oppressive and truly uncharacteristic humidity, rivaling that of South Florida, has persisted across the southern half of the state.
Track Name: Winter 2016
"In the depth of WINTER, I finally learned that there was in me
an invincible summer."

- Albert Camus