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Solo new-age piano. Kinda sad, kinda hopeful. Piano background music that serves multiple purposes.
Sad and smooth; Think 1950's detective film.
Arpeggiation and scales in an unusual chordal setting.
Double Basses and glockenspiel - with some cellos thrown in. Dark, dark, dark! This bit got removed from a soundtrack I recorded. I still like it!
After everything is said and done and you have time to look back, this piece unfolds like one's mind coming to terms with situations of gravity.
Methodical and depressing short piece. Written as a quick composition study with only strings.
Can you believe kalimbas are only like $20? Check them out in my amazon affilliate store! (I do not have an amazon affiliate store.)
Time ticks away in a far away place in this little new-age piece.
All the beauty, awe and calm majesty you can handle... without a permit or prescription medication. The download comes with a faster and slower bonus tempo as well as the original sketch on marimba that was used in making this piece! You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
Nice light little piece. Mallets and woodwinds!
Impromptu performed on a Steinway Model D tuned to Quarter Comma Meantone. In this piece the most out-of-tune notes give it a feel that is not often heard in contemporary piano music.
Relaxing piano impromptu! Great as background music when you don't want the music to steal too much attention.
An unfinished trio in 2 main parts. A piece like this can serve multiple purposes.
Several wind instruments play lilting melodies that are slow and meander through the piece, sometimes bordering on being slightly out of tune. The calm music has an edge of solemnity about it. The ever-present acoustic guitar is methodical and resembles a pulse ? it exists but is forgotten, except when the guitar draws out the length of a note.