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It's a very charming, beautiful piece, and you present it very sensitively. For me, it's more of a cross between Poulenc and Ravel, rather than Satie and Ravel. You should IMO post the entire piece -- not sure why you just gave us excerpts.
Thanks for sharing this -- and welcome to Piano World!
Hi Alan and Tim, many thanks for your message. I'm agree that there is a moment that make me think of Satie. Few other musical phrases sounds a bit like Chopin. I don't used to listen to Poulenc music, but perhap's I have heard some without knowing it Yes, I don't have introduced myself, so : I'm a french composer. This piece is my second piece for piano solo. the first one, entitled 'Valse Lente' was created 18 years ago. You'll find it on my Youtube channel. I think there is a significant progression between the two ones. that's a little different regarding to artistic maturity.
Hi dear listeners ! For beginning this new year, this is another video of my solo piano piece entitled 'Le Piano Suspendu', this time in a full version, duration : 4"27'. I hope that you will enjoy it too. Thanks again for listening.