Musician required to make relaxing music / lullaby medley for babies

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Experience Level: Intermediate
Hi,

I am currently looking for freelance musicians to provide music for my "Lullaby Baby" YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/lullabybabyorg

The channel provides uplifting, gentle, relaxing music that is suitable for babies to sleep to. Many of the videos will also be relaxing for adults.

The music you provide would ideally be at least one hour long, and must be either an original composition by yourself, or music that is in the Public Domain. It should also fit into one of the following categories:

1. Relaxing piano compilation/soft piano medley - suitable for babies to sleep to and/or adults to listen to.
2. Relaxing harp music - with a real harp
3. Relaxing Celtic music - Irish whistle, traditional instruments
4. Relaxing Acoustic Guitar - gentle music, suitable for adults or babies
5. Brahms Lullaby extended version, played on different instruments as the music progresses (this can be done through a music program and wouldn't need to be with live instruments)
6. Compilation of lullabies/Lullaby medley - baa baa black sheep, away in a manger, twinkle twinkle little star, etc.
7. Anything beautiful and relaxing that you feel might be appropriate.

The price paid will be a one-time payment to use the music on my monetised YouTube channel.

I am happy to credit you in the video description, with your permission of course. I am also happy to include a link to your website, and/or a link for people to buy your music in the video description. Any CD/MP3 sales would be your responsibility and you would get all profits from these.

Thank you for your time in considering this project!

Kind regards,

Tamsin

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