Falling Leaves, Rising Voices

by Meadowlark Music Class

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Anna Swank
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Anna Swank These albums have brought so much joy to my family. The opening strains bring instant joy and peace to my two small children and the albums' variety and quality keep us all engaged from start to finish. We consider Noe to be a member of our family and wish we could join her class in person.
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The mission of Meadowlark Music Class is to bring beautiful, high-quality, acoustic music to families - music that will soothe you, delight you, and inspire wonder.

We also sing these songs in person at our weekly San Francisco music class, which meets at both indoor and outdoor locations around the city.

You'll find lots more info, an online newsletter, and lots of free resources here:
www.noevenable.com/singingcircles/musicclass/

I look forward to connecting with you.

Warmly,

Noe Venable

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released August 31, 2017

Arranged, produced, engineered and mixed by Noe Venable

With additional string arranging by Alan Lin

Musicians:

Noe Venable -- Voices, guitar, piano, keyboards, percussion
Alan Lin -- Violin
Ember Metzgar, age 5 -- Voice

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Meadowlark Music Class San Francisco, California

Meadowlark Music is Waldorf-inspired acoustic folk music for families. We sing about the wonders of nature, the magic of every day life, and the joy of being present with our children. We sing these songs in person at our weekly music classes in San Francisco. Learn more about in person classes at www.meadowlarkmusicclass.com ... more

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