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    Sea Watching (Steinway)


    I thought I'd share a different side of me. One that is tender, sweet and very very consonant, as opposed to what I've shown to you thus far! And because of that, I won't share the score (because there isn't any!)


    It was originally composed with another piano library, and rendered today, because of immense love to the Steinway, with... it.



    by Falcon. It's not a sea, ok, but it's the pic I bought and really love it! Take care Stephan

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    Re: Sea Watching (Steinway)

    Hi, Wow, this is such a beautiful, lush ballad. Sits very nice with the Steinway piano. Thanks for putting this one up, enjoyed it several times.

    You are still in London, according to your signature and profile. I thought I had read you moved back to Greece.

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    This piece took me by surprise!

    Indeed a very different side of you, which I have to admit I like a lot!

    I also like the combination of music and picture.

    Do bring us more of this side of yours from time to time...


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    Re: Sea Watching (Steinway)

    That's nice! Musically impressive! You AND the Steinway sound very good.

    I enjoyed your music very much.

    Best Regards,
    Larry G. Alexander

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    Bigears: Thanks for listening...

    Yes I did move back to Greece but neglected to change my profile (now changed properly).

    I do think that the Steinway is wonderful and I grab every chance to use it, even at older pieces...

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    Very nice, I like it.
    "Music is the shorthand of emotion." Leo Tolstoy

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    Very nice, Nicolas. Very euphonic, harmonically interesting and well arranged. I like your 'other' side too, though! I wonder if the two sides sometimes enter into dialogue; that could yield interesting results.


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    Sunbird: Thanks for the kind words and I'm glad you did decide to have a listen (and be pleasently surprised! )

    I do have many other pieces which are more consonant, than my 'academic' side, only they are either recorded live, or with "other" sample libraries, and I certainly wouldn't want to offend the brillianr hospitality that gary and NSS are offering!

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    Very pretty "soundscape" and a lovely tone from the
    Steinway. The picture instilled a beautiful thought
    in your mind and an ensuing, enriching, and equally
    beautiful improvisation was given life.

    Thank you, Nikolas

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    Larry: I wouldn't think that it is 'impressive', only because I'm slightly close minded , but I'm very glad to know that you think it is (musically that is).

    Thanks for listening..

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