Cancerian Music is Timely for this Zodiac Month of the Year

Cancerian Music is inspired by the Moon.

Cancerian Music is Timely for this Zodiac Month of the Year. We have entered the zodiac month of Cancer.  Its sign is- (♋️). Cancer is the fourth astrological sign in the Zodiac.Dates are between approximately June 21 and July 23.[2]

This excerpt is from my upcoming book: Music Under the Zodiac. I am keeping the core of the book secretive.  That part covers a novel approach to musical therapy. But, there are still many great tidbits I am able to share. First, the arch example of musical therapy is from the Bible. It states:  Whenever the spirit from God came on Saul, David would take up his lyre and play. The evil spirit would leave Saul. This is from I Samuel 16:23. 

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The most famous case of musical therapy was the soothing of King Saul by David.

So, What is Cancerian Music all About?

A ruling “planet” imbues a person with certain personality traits. The zodiac sign of Cancer is ruled by the Moon. You might say, songs about the Moon partake of the sign of Cancer. This brings a most interesting factual story. Gabriel Fauré wrote the 1st and original Claire de Lune (Moonlight). Most have no knowledge of this. It is hauntingly beautiful.  Another fact that most do not know: Debussy’s Claire de Lune was originally called “Sentimental Promenade.” It was part of a dance suite called the Suite Bergamasque. Moonlight in no way implies dancing. A promenade is more in keeping with dancing. However, his editor insisted that Debussy change the music’s title. Debussy resisted. When he gave in, he discovered the editor was right! Sales skyrocketed. Now the question becomes: Is Claire de Lune really lunar music? Was it inspired by the Moon? Perhaps Debussy was walking in the Moonlight with someone he loved. That could have created his original title. Then, it still would be about Moonlight. Enjoy my own rendition of Debussy’s masterpiece.

Clair de Lune – Suite Bergamasque by Claude Debussy – YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XKLxWnRtBA
Feb 2, 2016 – Uploaded by Lesley & Ohrenstein

Concert Pianist David Ohrenstein plays Clair de Lune – Suite Bergamasque by Claude Debussy. Filmed at …

A Date With Debussy – DSO Works

What was in the music of King David? – DSO Works

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