Monday, November 09, 2009

Loops. Solo piano music

Thought this was interesting. I like how he starts the piece with the left. Then the right comes in with a very interesting textural approach.

So, what's he actually doing here? He's using chords and playing around with them to create the sound you here. This is a textural composition or improv ... I don't know if he composed this or just improvised.

Contrast is introuduced around the two minute mark where he plays a softer passage. Then back to the original idea only with some differenences. Composers and arranges like to call this the A' section or A prime where the same idea is used but the composer changes it a little.

So what do you think of this piece? Like it? Don't like it? Leave your comments below.


  1. Anonymous12:47 PM

    I think it's so boring to listen to a piece with only three chords for almost six kills me!

  2. Anonymous6:10 PM

    I like the beginning of this piece.. But as it goes on it sort of drags.. I think it would sound much prettier if the composer/improviser used a little more variety in the left hand.. Maybe 8th notes and such..