Steve Kocherhans | Gone Before Noon

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Gone Before Noon

by Steve Kocherhans

This song, " Gone before noon" is original music composed especially for the victims of Sandy Hook Elementary school. However, this song is a metaphor for children everywhere whose lives are cut short by tragedy.
Genre: Kids/Family: General Children's Music
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The song was written in a church in Albuquerque,NM. The song was rehearsed in a church in sugarhouse, UT. The song was recorded at L.A. East Studios,(a renovated church.) There is a special note and chord representing children and their innocence. There is twanging in the guitar representing the pulling of heart strings. The International Children Choir send out a clear message in this song. It was early in Jan. 2013. The temp. was 7 degrees. There was a flu epidemic. The air outside was on Red Alert making it difficult to sing. Everyone showed up to record. There was only one rehearsal before recording. It was a miracle. One of the highlights of the song comes toward the end when two of the youngest members sing solos. Following the 6yr old's voice, you hear the melancholy sound of a harmonica leading to the final children's chord and note.


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