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A recurring voice melody cascades over piano chords that sway in the breeze. Strings and horns then play the melody as the piano is slightly more forceful before settling again. It is suggestive of sadness, but with a sense of closure and peace.
Elegant and slightly dark, the simplicity of the piano melody is light and touching, with a feeling of pensive restraint. It is beautiful accompaniment to the close of a drama, or of a midday reverie. Composed by Erik Satie.
More contemplative than outright depressing. Tempo is highly variable, so don't count on it if you have to synch to something. I didn't know there was a tradition of writing for this instrumentation. It works very well.
Easy flowing with highly differentiated right and left hand parts.
The main melody is a stack of harp, piano, and electric piano. The bass is just a nice mono synth. [Full Version available in extended download]
Slow and poignant, this piece is excellent for depicting childhood love, the swelling love of adolescence, or the tender caresses of old age. The simple, elegant melody is exceptionally suitable to weddings, faith services, or as a theme to a story of lasting love.
Darker, slow and contemplative impromptu.
Ok, I might be crying a little bit. But it is understandable... I went to a party store, and I saw all the colorful balloons with happy sayings on them like "Get Well" and "Feel Better" and "A Hug for You"... I just started thinking how the helium will all be gone one day. Just gone... we won't get it back, and it took millions of years of radioactive decay to get the helium we have now... and... *sniff* we just don't have millions more years to wait for more. They're wasting helium in balloons... how can I possibly "Feel Better"!?
J. S. Bach. This is the famous first piece of the Well Tempered Clavier, Book 1. Performed on piano. Very clean recording.
I love sipping lemonade by the lake when a storm approaches. I love walking through apple orchards in the fall. I love the squeak of minivan tires being dragged onto the flatbed truck of the repo man. Memories of simpler times... so wonderful.
A more 'gutsy' piece that explores more of the keyboard, and provides a more grounded and open feel.
Building hopeful piece. Supported piano solo.