Discussion in 'Member's Compositions' started by Marcin M, Aug 22, 2017.
Written , part played , plenty edit. Cheers.
'The Three Norns' pieces:
Thanks, Ole. Actually, that's not a real instrument, it's the Galaxy VintageD.
Not that I'm a good pianist (at all), but I like to improvise from time to time as I find it very calming.
These are interesting pieces of music, I still think that Verdandi is the best, but I like cello in Urd
Maybe You're not good pianist but Your playing is very good. Piece is nice to listen and very soothing I could listen it all day
Thx for your commend Marcin.
@Anami: i love "Piano Steps"!
Here is a music from a series called The Garden:
A short improvised one.
Wow, it's beautiful really like this one. Do You have more?
This is a very good composition piano solo wise. My fav. out of all thread.
Great topic! Last night I feel asleep on the couch listening to all your piano parts on my headphones Very soothing.
This is one of mine. There are a couple of strings halfway, but just imagine those or not there to make it a piano solo
Very beautiful piece it is. I stopped doing what I was doing just to listen the piece
I don't think title "Alone" fits here, but that's just my opinion
Here is a piece I did for the release of Supergrand by Art Vista. Its a nice VI and I am pretty pleased with the composition as well Hope u like it.
There is plenty of them but I don't think that you can here it thru this piece. But if I should mention some it would be Jarrett, Evans, Bach, Chopin... you know the usual guys. Ah, I should also mention a women called Rita Marcotulli. She is a fantastic pianist. Check out the Contra Post album!! Its really fantastic. Cheers
Wow, those which have been posted are lovely - what a beautiful thread!
Here are a few of mine:
Piano with other stuff added:
Thanks! Plus to that I'm hearing a little bit of Polyushka Polye in the piece. Would you agree?
I'm halfway into Trigger Finger and I'm loving it. Go play it live and become the second Nils Frahm of Deutchland?))
Here's two of mine using Piano in Blue.
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