This is my 6th prelude, so far all of them have been in major keys, thinking into the future I want to write in all keys, but yeah - taking my time with them so far, not rushing to get all 24 done. Anyway, this one's in A-major, titled 'And thus ice gleamed silvery on waters..' As you can tell, I've been influenced by Debussy a lot when it comes to my titles - I always put them at the end of the score as well, just like he did
The piece is about the serenity that surrounds the glaciers in the far North, about the slow formation of crystals as ice covers the waters and the sunlight glimmers with brilliance upon the scene.
Steinway Jazz Piano from JABB is used here, instead of the Grand Piano that comes with the GPO libraries along with Finale. Thought it sounded better. Also rendered a version with Alicia's Keys, but for the sake of this forum, a Garritan sample is used.
Prelude nr.6 A-major 'And thus ice gleamed silvery on waters..'
Happy listening and hoping for your constructive feedback