Starlight

  • (noun): The light of the stars.

Some articles on starlight:

Stella By Starlight (band)
... Stella by Starlight is an American electropop band, formed in 2007 in Durham, North Carolina ... the band is composed of Nathan Fowler (songwriting, production, synths, and vocals) Stella by Starlight has collaborated with Mike Posner and Eric Holljes (guitar ... Stella by Starlight's music is free via subscription through Panda Push ...
Starlight Sequence
... The Starlight Sequence is a showstopper from Andrew Lloyd Webber's Starlight Express ... performed by Rusty, a young, naive Steam Locomotive and the Starlight Express, a magical Steam Locomotive that comes at midnight to help Steam Locomotioves in need ... In this number, the Starlight Express, sent by Rusty's father, Poppa, has come to tell Rusty that true power comes from within ...
Starlight, Pennsylvania
... Starlight is an unincorporated community in Buckingham Township, Wayne County, Pennsylvania, United States ... The community is near Lake Starlight and Shehawken Creek ...
Starlight Dancer
... Starlight Dancer is a 1977 album by Dutch progressive rock band Kayak ... In fact it is a compilation of songs from Starlight Dancer and their previous album The Last Encore (1976) ... confusion, the American record company Janus Records used the title Starlight Dancer, but the sleeve design of The Last Encore ...
Starlight Sequence - Choreography/Blocking - Broadway/London - US/UK Tours
... He would call out the words 'Starlight Express' ... The Starlight Express, would sing as an OV, rather than appearing onstage ... This time, however, Rusty can see the Starlight, rather than the audience, and looks directly above them, to a light shining down on him, with 'stars' shining all around ...

Famous quotes containing the word starlight:

    While yet a boy I sought for ghosts, and sped
    Through many a listening chamber, cave and ruin,
    And starlight wood, with fearful steps pursuing
    Hopes of high talk with the departed dead.
    Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792–1822)