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    Looking Back

    The G. Piano and GPO Cello

    There is an elderly woman starring out a window but there is really nothing there of interest to look at.

    Looking Back


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    That was very nice my friend. Very 'reflective' so-to-speak. The old lady, looking back (on her life i assume), recalling memories.

    I love pieces like this that use a lot of 'space'.

    Well done.

    Mark...

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    Without expressing the your comments of what this piece depicts, I can hear and mentally see a very contemplative atmosphere. This is a nice little bit of reflection and maybe just something from deep within your soul. hmm....very nice, indeed!
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    Re: Looking Back

    Very beautiful.

    I think it is not necessary to add words to make a "plot" as most of us will have an interpretation that fits this elegant music. I do. And isn't that the power of music that it can move us emotionally better than any words.

    Thanks for posting this.

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    Mark

    That was very nice my friend. Very 'reflective' so-to-speak. The old lady, looking back (on her life i assume), recalling memories.
    Thank you. The "old lady" is my mother who suffers from short term memory loss.

    love pieces like this that use a lot of 'space'.
    Yes, it allows you time to think about it.



    Rich

    Without expressing the your comments of what this piece depicts, I can hear and mentally see a very contemplative atmosphere. This is a nice little bit of reflection and maybe just something from deep within your soul. hmm....very nice, indeed!
    You're spot on Rich.

    Thanks for the nice words.



    Phil

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    Beautiful!
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    Re: Looking Back

    Thanks much Aram.


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    Re: Looking Back

    Euler

    I think it is not necessary to add words to make a "plot" as most of us will have an interpretation that fits this elegant music. I do. And isn't that the power of music that it can move us emotionally better than any words.
    Yes, we all can interpret music a little differently for our own uniqueness in the scheme of things when words fail us.

    Thank you for the thoughtful comments!


    Phil

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    Wow, Phil... a truly beautiful contemplation. This genuinely
    moved me.

    Bravo! The simple setting of piano and 'cello serves this
    material perfectly. I hope you'll do more work along this
    line.

    My best,



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    This was beautiful!

    I love when the theme really "shows" itself. I'd love to hear this with the Goffriller cello, or a real cello would be nice of course.
    The work you did here, is really lyrical. And the setting with Cello and Piano is perfect.

    Great Job Phil!

    -Ari

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