April 2021 Monthly Theme Song

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April 2021 Monthly Theme Song

Postby Gail Allen » Sun Apr 11, 2021 9:11 am

For this month I have so far been listening to a lot of instrumental music because it helps me study and I have found out that there are actually a LOT of these pieces that I really enjoy listening to simply for their own sake!

So I've been wondering what some of the favourite instrumental pieces of my fellow eagles are.


Why not share a favourite or two below

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Re: April 2021 Monthly Theme Song

Postby Silvana Mandeville » Fri Apr 30, 2021 12:43 am

I have a lot of my favourite but this one is amazing! And I always feel like I'm in the Middle Earth every time I listen to this instrument.

Lord of the Rings - The Hobbit by ThePianoGuys
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Re: April 2021 Monthly Theme Song

Postby Prof. Sindor Aloyarc » Fri Apr 30, 2021 10:23 pm

Carol of the Bells (Orchestral Version)
George Carlaw & the Avalon Pops Orchestra

"Oh, how they pound // Raising their sound // O'er hill and dale // Telling their tale"

Love this song. Just absolutely ADORE the way the instrumentals sound, even without any lyrics. It's right up there with one of my all time favorite pieces of music in the Snow Scene from The Nutcracker. Apparently I'm a big fan of that wintery, seasonal vibe when it comes to this sorta thing, haha. Even though we're just now finally coming out of winter here in Maine, I could listen to stuff like that all year long!

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