Composer and conductor Eric Whitacre releases "Goodnight Moon" as a lullaby [Stream]

Eric Whitacre Goodnight Moon

Eric Whitacre, a renowned Grammy-award winning composer and conductor, has just created a beautiful rendition, a touching lullaby, of the childhood storybook classic "Goodnight Moon".

Many of us may all know, love and remember "Goodnight Moon" from our childhoods and the wonderful memories it created. What better way to introduce "Goodnight Moon" to the generation of tomorrow and create lasting childhood memories than by playing the classic storybook re-imagined as a lullaby!

The single "Goodnight Moon" is off Eric Whitacre's recently released new album 'Water Night' - both of which are available now on itunes.

Eric Whitacre - Goodnight Moon (excerpt) from Water Night - stream:

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One Response to Composer and conductor Eric Whitacre releases "Goodnight Moon" as a lullaby [Stream]

  1. Carla Lowery says:

    Is there sheet music available for "Goodnight Moon"? My daughter is a music ed. student and would like to be able to sing it. Thank you for all the beautiful music!

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