Stephen W. Duncan | The Full Moons

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The Full Moons

by Stephen W. Duncan

Over two years in the making, these instrumental pieces are a thinking person's kind of music - an innovative blend of styles, underscored by the inspirations and sounds of nature.
Genre: Classical: Virtual Orchestra
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1. Wolf Moon
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2. Snow Moon
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3. Worm Moon
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5:50 $0.99
4. Planter's Moon
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5. Flower Moon
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6. Rose Moon
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7. Buck Moon
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8. Sturgeon Moon
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9. Harvest Moon
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10. Hunter's Moon
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11. Frost Moon
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12. Cold Moon
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Stephen W. Duncan loves to make music – of every style. He has written a symphony and four ballets, numerous ensemble pieces and choral works, but he also likes to dabble with virtual instruments, as in this latest effort – “The Full Moons”, a concept album of many kinds of mood-full melodies, harmonies, and percussive twists that evoke those wondrous periodic events as they seasonally occur.
Mr. Duncan received his musical training at Mercer in Atlanta, is a member of the American Composers Forum and The Thursday Morning Music Club, sings bass in his church’s choir, and still likes to play rock’n’roll with his old high school band The Remnants of Time.


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Diane and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team

Melodic album reflecting the moods of the moon
Stephen W. Duncan has ingeniously and eloquently mirrored the episodic events of the moon with his expressive and appropriately named album, “The Full Moons.” Duncan has created an atmosphere of beautifully orchestrated compositions using various types of instrumentation with tones of classical and New Age finesse. Stunning and powerful, “Snow Moon,” casts out a luscious melody highlighted by dazzling dynamics as the strings swell only to gently recede ever so softly. A bright and crisp piano cascades across the keys on “Flower Moon” while the Eastern tonality of various instruments gives way to a charming melody. Upbeat and lively, “Harvest Moon” impresses with country style with the banjo plucking away, while the percussion taps to a steady beat. The motif of Stephen W. Duncan’s “The Full Moons” holds thought-provoking melodies with wonderful instrumentation of classical/New Age flair and would be a great addition to anyone who likes to hear and feel the sounds of tranquility.