Harris Shilakowsky | Sailor's Dream

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Sailor's Dream

by Harris Shilakowsky

Harris Shilakowsky...that's me. I'm a violinist, but I started music by studying piano with Mom. Studied all the classics, but I also played organ and piano...blues, rock, and then in college ...jazz violin. And I always loved to write my own music.
Genre: New Age: Solo Instrumental
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I wrote this gentle instrumental as the first in a series of songs about the sea. I call it Sailor's Dream, but it started out being Sailor's Memory. I guess its his daydream. The sailor remembers his loves lost...far away, and memories of events that occurred on his ship on the open seas. He's standing on a rocky shoreline watching the waves crash up as he remembers...

Anyway, that's me playing the violin and I added the piano accompaniment and bass and the guitar doubles some of the melody with an acoustic with steel strings. I couldn't resist setting the mood with just a little of the crashing surf that you hear before the song starts. You might even hear the gulls cross the sky. There's nothing wrong with your stereo.


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