David Baroni | Sons and Daughters of God

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Sons and Daughters of God

by David Baroni

This instrumental song by composer David Baroni is a musical representation of the family of man. Featuring Latin-tinged piano, Middle Eastern rhythms, African style vocals and even a Copelandesque banjo! This track soars!
Genre: New Age: Healing
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Album Notes
This song is the first in a series of wonderful new instrumentals from David Baroni.
David combines a childlike exuberance for music with the maturity of a seasoned poet and musician.
For more about David and his music- including vocal projects- go to www.davidbaroni.com
David Baroni is an internationally known songwriter, singer, musician, producer, arranger, conference speaker author and recording artist. David has been a songwriter with Integrity Music, Word Music, Fame Publishing, and is the president of KingdomSongs Inc.
David’s solo piano series, “FingerPaintings”, is highly regarded by many for its innovation and spirituality. Hobby Lobby Stores in the U.S feature 2 FingerPaintings releases and 2 releases from his acclaimed "A Quiet Place" instrumental series.and David’s music is distributed internationally.
David and his wife, Rita, have performed in 28 nations. His songs have been recorded by Michael W. Smith, Ron Kenoly, Alvin Slaughter,Kent Henry, Don Moen, Selah, Morris Chapman, Phil Driscoll, Debby Boone, The Imperials, Morris Chapman, Natalie Grant and many others. Perhaps best known for his thoughtful, well crafted lyrics and prophetic, intuitive keyboard playing,


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