"The day has eyes; the night has ears."
- David Fergusson
"After nightfall, the face of the country seems to alter marvelously, and the clear moonlight only intensifies the change. The river gleams like running quicksilver, and the moonbeams play over the grassy stretches of the plateaus..."
- Theodore Roosevelt
Nightfall, by definition, means the approach of darkness at the close of the day. It’s often a special time of the day to gaze in awe at beautiful sunsets and—throughout the forest—watch faint shimmers of light gradually fade away. A chorus crickets and frogs start their evening chants and soon moonlight illuminates the trees with a soft eerie glow. In the quiet of twilight, one can hear the nocturnal hoot of the owl and a peaceful calmness envelops the countryside.
This piece features a jazz guitar, strings, subtle percussion and the ocarina*.
* custom patch on the Roland JV-880