John Carollo's "Watery Abstractions"

Posted by: Michael Sayers

John Carollo's "Watery Abstractions" - 03/02/13 03:44 AM

This is a compelling musical representation of water - and also one that is well played.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIxL_18MA5E


Mvh,
Michael
Posted by: Dara

Re: John Carollo's "Watery Abstractions" - 03/02/13 08:18 AM

so,
what does that have to do with you?
your playing or composition.

I didn't find it that compelling, especially with a 43 second ad beforehand.
Posted by: Michael Sayers

Re: John Carollo's "Watery Abstractions" - 03/02/13 11:12 AM

After a close look at the piano (and other) scores I think there is much to admire in the music of John Carollo.

I post to share with those who also might enjoy it.

We all hear music differently . . .


Mvh,
Michael
Posted by: Steve Chandler

Re: John Carollo's "Watery Abstractions" - 03/02/13 01:50 PM

I very much enjoyed the music and the playing. I'd guess the visuals may have been more compelling in the room or as a produced video that alternated the visuals with video of the performer. Youtube is after all a performance venue, this video simply documents a live performance and as such loses something in the translation. Thanks for posting.