Musical Verses, Volume 1 | The Land of Nod, by: Brian & Ellen Godula

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The Land of Nod, by: Brian & Ellen Godula

by Musical Verses, Volume 1

A delightful compilation of poetry, music and art. Selected verse from Robert Louis Stevenson's, "A Child's Garden of Verses" and poems from six other distinguished authors is transformed into beautifully orchestrated music, 32-page booklet included.
Genre: Kids/Family: Children's Storytelling
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1. The Land of Nod
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2. My Shadow
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3. Escape At Bedtime
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4. The Moon
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5. The Swing
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6. The Sleepy Song
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7. Baby Seed Song
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8. Bedin Summer
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9. Come, Little Leaves
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10. Minnie and Winnie
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11. Nest Eggs
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12. The Elf and the Dormouse
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13. The Child in the Story Awakes
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14. The Wind
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15. To Any Reader
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Zoppa Records latest release Musical Verses Volume 1 is packaged attractively in a white DVD case, it features 15 poems, close to an hours worth of music on the CD. Also enclosed is a beautiful 7"x5" 32-page booklet of poetry highlighted with 30 turn-of-the-century black & white and color illustrations.

This beautiful dreamy music can be enjoyed both by the young themselves and by those recollecting youth. A wonderful nightcap of music.


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Bethany Dalton MA

Psychologist Recommended!
This winsome recording will refresh a tired mother at the same time it will give her baby a valuable lesson in music.
As a trained child therapist, and counselor to hundreds of children, I understand first hand how important the first few years of a child's life are. Give your child the best exposure to music early on with recordings such as this, by talented musicians, who could easily have chosen to do music for adults only, but instead, have lovingly focused on the world of the child.

Lynne Heffley ©2004 Parents' Choice

Everything about this lullaby release is lovely...
Everything about this lullaby release is lovely: the image-rich, imagination-stirring poems by Robert Louis Stevenson, Walter de la Mare, Tennyson and others, the pretty melodies by golden-voiced Ellen Kjelgaard Godula and co-composer Brian Godula and even the CD's packaging, filled with quaint illustrations from yesteryear. Like recording artist Ted Jacobs has done with his memorably inspired CDs of recent years, "A Child's Garden of Songs" and "The Days Gone By," the Godulas offer an irresistible invitation to listeners of any age to discover (or re-discover) the beauty and magic to be found in the poetry of the past.

Lynne Heffley ©2004 Parents' Choice

Everything about this lullaby release is lovely...
Everything about this lullaby release is lovely: the image-rich, imagination-stirring poems by Robert Louis Stevenson, Walter de la Mare, Tennyson and others, the pretty melodies by golden-voiced Ellen Kjelgaard Godula and co-composer Brian Godula and even the CD's packaging, filled with quaint illustrations from yesteryear. Like recording artist Ted Jacobs has done with his memorably inspired CDs of recent years, "A Child's Garden of Songs" and "The Days Gone By," the Godulas offer an irresistible invitation to listeners of any age to discover (or re-discover) the beauty and magic to be found in the poetry of the past.