Some time ago I was lucky to find a beautiful cocoon of a monarch butterfly, shiny green and having an incredible gold crown. It was ready to hatch and I watched as the butterfly stretched out, opened and dried her wings and flew away.
This is what inspired this.
I promise that I am not going to bore you guys for a month now, because we are leaving Mexico and returning to Ontario.
in terms of sheer beauty this is rather stunning. Very intense, but also airy, dreamy... stunning, really. A real, sincere and deep enjoyment.
I just thank you for posting it. You've given me a beautiful emotion.
In chaos theory, the butterfly effect is the sensitive dependence on initial conditions, where a small change at one place in a deterministic nonlinear system can result in large differences to a later state.
They never listened to your lovely piece. I resist the term "chaos theory". There is non in your composition. This is really a great contribution to the LR, thank you.
Turn around is fair play, I made you tear up at the end of my recent piece, and you made my eyes do the same, ....except for almost the entire piece!
This is truly a magnificent work Ted. It is romantic and sensitive, but at the same time powerful and provocative. The rendering of the strings was gorgeous!! I heard rumors that you felt you weren't good enough to continue posting here. Get that right out of your head man! This is not only a structurally satisfying piece, and emotional satisfying, but extremely.....let me repeat....extremely well rendered too.
My only regret is that we have to wait a month to hear another such creation from you. Gives me something to look forward to. Drive carefully and take lots of breaks. I just did the same (albeit much shorter route) from Albuquerque to California with a u-haul. It's tiring.