Quija Moonflower Keogh | What Love Sounds Like

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What Love Sounds Like

by Quija Moonflower Keogh

Classically Trained pianist Quija Moonflower Keogh improvises heart inspired all original music. A sweet blend of arpeggios and haunting melodies move the listener to dream like states of romantic memories. This is what love sounds like.
Genre: New Age: Solo Instrumental
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1. Morning Song
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2. Moonlight
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4:39 album only
3. Remembering You
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4:37 album only
4. Springs Sings
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10:14 album only
5. Eye of the Storm
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6:03 album only
6. Random Mudra
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7:56 album only
7. Conversations
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7:38 album only
8. Another Random Mudra
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9. Touch Me
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3:11 album only
10. Sweetness
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4:23 album only
11. Memories
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12. Light Breezes
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13. Ballerina's Song
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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A resident of Breitenbush Hot Springs, Quija was drawn to the piano in the healing retreat and conference center's lodge in 2005. A student of the piano since the age of 8, she was inspired by the mountains, river and beauty of her new environment. This music, unknown to her until then, flowed from her fingers like the water moving down from the Mt. Jefferson glaciers forming the Breitenbush River. It was the inspiration of a guest who supported the recording of the music to preserve it for future listening. The healing arts team uses it daily to accompany massage sessions. She continues to play the piano, and credits her parents insistence that she practiced as a child for her present endeavors. Quija also plays the guitar, native american flutes, djembe and didjeridoo as well as singing and composing original folk music.


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Marky Mark

Absolutely Beautiful Music
Quija's music is so soothing, and enriching. We play it to our little Sofia, and not only does it calm her down, it relaxes mom and dad. You can meditate with this music, or allow it to fill your house with joy.

Blessings