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The Lighthouse Santa
NPR’s Sacha Pfeiffer about
Every Turtle Counts
The Band: Duke Levine, Kevin Barry, Anne Marie David, Mike Rivard, Bill Elliott.
Sara’s lyrics on Anne Marie David’s new CD,
Skating at Twilight
Listen to the chorus of Skating at Twilight (click on the photo below)
My Mom’s life was one of joy, vivacity, and spontaneity - finding good in every activity. Although raised in the South, she embraced New England heart and soul as soon as she moved to the Boston area. She especially loved its winter sports. A graceful figure skater and feisty skier, she taught all four of her children to love the outdoors as much as she did. When it came time to write a tribute to her memory, nothing fit better than the image of my Mom, gliding across the ice, oblivious of cold wind and oncoming night - the picture of joy and grace, no matter what the circumstance. As soon as I heard my niece, Sally King’s lilting, lyrical waltz of a melody, the words fell into place with the effortlessness of my Mom’s figure eights. Singer/Songwriter/Arranger then completely committed herself to the song, adding the bridge, and making it soar to new heights. When our longtime family friend, Bill Elliott dedicated his efforts to producing a professional recording with a wildly talented string ensemble backing Anne Marie’s vocals and sublime piano arrangement and accompaniment, it was a dream come true. Knowing that Bill knew my Mom and the pond where she taught us to skate made it all the more special. The result of this collaboration still makes me cry every time I hear it.
Skating at Twilight by Anne Marie David,Sara Hoagland King, and Sara Hoagland Hunter
Born to Sing!
Listen to a sample of
Born to Sing, Too!
Listen to a sample of
Love Lights the World
Benefit song recorded live September 26, 2001 with PALS Children’s Chorus & . All by Sara Hoagland Hunter
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