Piano/Classical

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As She Passes Through The Storm

This is my first ever attempt at actually playing something on the keyboard and recording it. It was all done in one go, but has been tweaked a bit to fix the worst timing issues and some notes that weren’t quite sitting well (although they were still within the scale (F minor)).

It’s a very soulful and haunting piece I would say, and powerful despite its simplicity.

This piece is free to download from Bandcamp, but with the option to donate, if you want to. And if you do you have my sincerest thanks! 🙂

You can read more about this piece here.

As She Passes Through The Storm (The Final Version)

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As She Fights Through

A piano piece with added strings that I think really add to the feel of it. The piece isn’t too complex or long but pretty complete and emotional.

Sequenced using the mouse.

As She Fights Through

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On the Day of Jeff K

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A small piano piece I made Jeff Kurtenacker for his birthday, because why the hell not? 🙂 I figured it’d be a good enough reason to practice making a piano piece and so this became the result.
And after all what’s better than giving a very talented musician a poor attempt at a piano piece. 😉

Short piece but it was fun to do and it helped me get started on creating more piano pieces.

Sequenced using the mouse.

On the Day of Jeff K

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World’s Shortest Lullaby

 

World's Shortest Lullaby Cover 01 (1200)Or at least I assume it is. I was just messing about with piano notes and ended up with this small segment that sounds like a lullaby… So yeah, the world’s shortest lullaby was born. 🙂

Sequenced using the mouse.

World’s Shortest Lullaby

 

 

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