Music to Watch Clouds By

What’s the perfect music to listen to as you kick back and watch the clouds drift by? These tracks were suggestions by our members. If you’ve got a suggestion for music to watch clouds by – or you’ve created some yourself – let us know and we’ll post it here.

Fluffy Clouds

Mike Midlo, a muscian sent us the link to a song he wrote a few years ago saying "I thought it might take you up there for a ride in the autumnal cumulonimbus". The song can be found on his record "MidLo: Tow Steps & Waltzes"

“Keys to Motion” by D.N.A.

Magnus Buder from Sweden heard about the Cloud Appreciation Society on Swedish public radio. He recently wrote this piece of music and feels it will be perfect to listen to whilst watching clouds.

“Chase the Clouds Away” by Chuck Mangione

Ellen Ryan of Philadelphia, PA, heard about the Cloud Appreciation Society on the NY Times' The Daily Podcast recently. The piece reminded her of this composition that she hadn't thought about in decades.

“GND Lift” by Sam Handwich

The Sam Handwich Band heard about us on the New York Times "The Daily" podcast. They told us they were amazed that something like our Society exists and wanted to share their music video with us, because it's full of wonderful cloud images!

Nubes – Music Composition Inspired by Clouds

Sabino de Bari is a composer and guitarist who recently released a decacorde (10 strings classical guitar) album, Nubes, which is inspired by clouds.

Pareidolia by Buck Meek

Dale Wayne suggested 'Pareidolia' by Buck Meek, for the Music to Watch Clouds by section of our website

Your Cloud · Tori Amos

Ruth Baily, member 37,436, has proposed the beautiful song "Your Cloud" by Tori Amos for our Music to Watch Clouds By page.

Watches the Clouds Roll By

Mary Cleary, member 16561, recently suggested this song by 'The Kruger Brothers' for our music to watch clouds by section.

Harmonielehre: III. Meister Eckhardt and Quackie

Jason Weir recently proposed this piece for the Music to Watch Clouds by page. He wrote, "Imagine you are an eagle flying high above the mountains, soaring between layers of cloud, one moment your vision obscured by gentle droplets, the next catching a glimpse of the vast upper atmosphere with its deepening blue hues..."