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Thanksgiving Snow

Thanksgiving Snow

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Michael Notarangelo’s composition was inspired by a light snowfall he experienced in Ringoes, NJ, US, on Thanksging Day. “I guess snowflakes could be considered pieces of clouds floating to the ground from the heavens, ” he told us. “I just stood for minutes staring out my window as it happened and became moved…”
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  • Juel Hilton

    November 11, 2011at11:57 pm

    Loved it, want to hear more of his work, will visit his web site

  • Michael Notarangelo

    March 26, 2012at10:44 pm

    More music can be heard at my Soundcloud page…Enjoy!! Send me an email and I will return it with 2 free downloads of your choice.

  • Michael Notarangelo

    March 26, 2012at10:52 pm
  • Vanessa Hall

    April 3, 2012at2:55 pm

    I was visiting the cloud appreciation society and heard Thanksgiving Snow. Beautiful!

  • Rosslyn Nayer

    September 28, 2012at3:01 am

    Thank you for this wonderful piece of music. It is lovely. And so appropriate for the subject.

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    Michael B. Davis

    July 19, 2013at8:39 am

    I lived in the freezing cold winters of Washington state years ago. I felt you captured the essence of the silent falling snow.

  • Lexi

    August 26, 2013at3:59 am

    Intricate and beautiful.

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