Merrill Collins | Lullaby for Ruka (feat. Phil Cordaro & Laura Halladay)

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Lullaby for Ruka (feat. Phil Cordaro & Laura Halladay)

by Merrill Collins

Lullaby for Ruka is a gentle ,sweet, soothing song weaving together flute guitar and acoustic piano. The melody is unique in modality, rocking back and forth from mixo-Lydian to Dorian. i wrote as a gift for Ruka and her family.
Genre: Easy Listening: Background Music
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Ruka is a newborn in our family. Her father Tim Heidt takes lots of wonderful photographs and shares them. At the recording studio we passed around the pictures and played as if we were actually playing to Ruka.
This lullaby is a new version of a song I wrote when i was working in the music therapy department of children's hospital in Oakland CA. The original title is "Just the Right Song". The song was inspired by the question of what to sing for a newborn baby. Of course we all want to express "Welcome to earth". At the same time, we were asked to play soft flutes and recorders for babies because the pure sound of the flute was a way to connect to them in spirit. So here we are, bodies, minds, hearts and spirits, and the music is inspired to help connect .


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