Cranes in the Moonlight
“Cranes in the Moonlight” is a captivating fingerstyle guitar tune played on acoustic baritone guitar, that beautifully captures the essence of the Sandhill Cranes’ magical evening gatherings by the lake, creating a cinematic and dreamy ambience.
“Cranes in the Moonlight“, is the title track of his upcoming album, by James Filkins that paints a vivid picture of a serene evening spent by a small lake surrounded by nature’s wonders. With its gentle tempo of 70 BPM in B major, the track exudes a chill, romantic, and calm vibe, making it the perfect background music for relaxing, unwinding, or setting the mood for a romantic evening.
The song’s main inspiration is the Sandhill Cranes, a magnificent and ancient species of birds that gather by the lake for socializing and breeding during the late summer and fall months. James Filkins beautifully captures the essence of this spectacle in his music, depicting the cranes’ movements and sounds in a way that makes the listener feel like they’re right there, witnessing the magic unfold.
“Cranes in the Moonlight” is a testament to James Filkins’ mastery of storytelling through music, as he takes the listener on a journey of wonder and awe, inviting them to lose themselves in the beauty of nature’s marvels.
It’s a must-listen for anyone seeking to escape the chaos of everyday life and indulge in a moment of tranquillity and peace.