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Jan 24, 2009 | 3:58 PM EST
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3.4 MB
3 min 41 sec
Score
3.90 / 5.00

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Rated 3.90 / 5 stars
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Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

Full title is: Nocturne Accompagner du Thé et Encens.

This is a freeform, 1st take solo Nocturne improvised on my piano, inspired by my Hailey! <3

All notes and dissonances are intentional! ;P

Hope you like!

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1-800-howdoitype1-800-howdoitype

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beatiful

Amazing song, man.



GraveyGravey

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I Hart Jew...

...in a non-homo way.

Being a pianist myself, I find myself drawn to tunes like this. I wish I had more of a classical edge to my playing style, but I don't.

So when I hear things like this, it really makes me go green with envy. It sounds like this is you actually playing it, and not a plug-in or midi. Would that be a correct assessment? Or am I just a naive moron?

It sounds beautiful, just simply beautiful. I love how simple, yet how completely elegant of a sound you have here. There is something about your style in this song that really makes it shine.

The chords are all perfectly placed, and undeniably tasteful. There is nothing negative I can say about this piece sir. I love it, and I wish I could do it. Well, I could PLAY it, but I just don't have a good grasp on the classical style when writing. Just doesn't flow out of me for some reason.

As a pianist to another pianist, I salute you sir. 5/5 and 10/10 overall. Wonderful work, just wonderful.

-Gravey-


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oddfellowfloyd responds:

Wow... many thanks...! Yes, this is a live (*ahem* bedroom) performance...and I haven't played in months, either...! XD My main instrument (of 14 years) though, is 7-string guitar; piano is a confusing instrument to me still...

My background on piano stems from when I nose-dived into it during my Music Therapy internship a couple years ago, and it was either fudge my way through and swim or sink, so I befuddled my way through and came up with music I never thought I'd play...

My handful of piano influences include Chopin's "Waltz in B minor", Bach's "Prelude No 22 in B-flat minor BWV 867", Nobuo Uematsu's work on the Final Fantasy X Piano Collection, Thelonius Monk, definitely the haunting piano soundtracks to "A Haunting" on Discovery Channel, and especially Unkle's "The Piano Echoes"...to name a few... XD

Thank you again for the encouraging words, and keep making the music that calls to your own soul, and others will listen and hear and appreciate...!

Peace always!
~Justin