About"A Tune for the Moon" mini-album contains acoustic instrumental compositions inspired by different impressions of Nature and Music. Being a mirror twin of "A Song for the Sun" EP and mental extraction/extention of the "Twilightide. Contemplation and Thoughts" LP it hopes to lead you into the realm of Inner and Outer Harmony by playing itís sacred Tunes for the Moon. Read more
This EP appears to be the first thing to be released by Meander. Being composed between March and December 2006 in it's intsrumental, mood exploring compositions it attempts to reflect thoughts that do not need words and as well the breath-taking mood I have witnessed in the music of Oliver Shanti, Buddha and Bonsai, Mike Oldfield, different folk music of North and East, last but not least fantastic soundtrack of "Conan the Barbarian" by Basil Poledouris and psychodelia of my favourite Lake Of Tears. Also, searching in opened sourses for the whalesongs for the Underwater Skies, I had been so amused by things I heared, that under impression of whale sonar and cries the whole "Whales Return" composition has been written.
So, it's all about comtemplation and athmosphere, birds and crickets, flute and koto. Being deffinitely none of metal music, A Tune for the Moon EP still hopes to be understood by listeners searching for harmony and stories told by the tunes.
You are free to download A Tune for the Moon and to keep it playing back. In case you like it, you are welcome to get a dedicated CD from me in the colour-printed outlet and slimline jewel case. The profit of selling this EP will be donated to Gerald Durrellís Conservation Trust that day by day is saving various wildlife speices from extinction