Thanks to Allard and Inlanding, too. I appreciate your taking the time to watch and comment and I'm so glad you enjoyed my little Philip Glass piece. His pieces are usually quite long, which has been difficult for me as I'm still recovering from a hand injury. Hopefully, I'll be able to play some of his longer pieces later on.
I've been listening to my own performance of Orphee and comparing it to Paul Barnes' who is the Philip Glass "expert." I think I played the triplets (the first three notes of the piece. It appears a few more times in the piece) too slowly. When I concentrate on the LH, I can hear where I slow down for the triplets. I'll re-work it and maybe post it again in another month's piano bar. Thank you all for listening and for your encouraging comments.
I THOUGHT YOU LOVED ME BABY: I enjoyed it so much, Rick! Love your piano playing and singing. Wish I could play piano like that. Please be inspired and bring us more great tunes like this!
IS THERE ANYBODY OUT THERE: Lovely, haunting melody, Greener. Amazing what you can do with a chord! The repeated bass reminds me of The House of the Rising Sun, a song I've always loved.
Well, guys, I just realized I posted 7 times in a row! That's what happens when you're sleepless in Winnipeg. I'll disappear for a little while now I'm all caught up. Thanks so much, all, for the great music. I really love this thread.
There are two days to Feb. There are many good music.
Inlanding: the short improvisation is very nice. I really enjoy it. Kenjazz: All the Things You Are, its very good piece. The Amazing Grace is so special. candlelightpiano: The video is very good, your playing is very good too. I like the Orphee's Bedroom.
Rickster: I tought you love all of us, for you sing this lovely blues to us. Thank you.
Greener: Your renditon of Pink Floyd is so good. The arpeggio like guitar.