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Hello dear members,

Her's a piece I wrote dedictaed to ly teacher and mentor.

It alternates different techniques. I hope you'll like it.

Feedback welcome

Be well,

Christophe

https://soundcloud.com/christophe-h-roufosse/amalia

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Very soothing, Christophe. Good piece to meditate by! I generally like music that is more traditional, but this is still tonal enough to hold my interest. It sets a mood and varies it, but subtly. In a way it is expressionistic. Although I'm not sure if that term can be used to apply to music. But I liked it, and that is the most important thing. Hopefully others will too. (By the way, where is everyone?)

Thank you for listening and for the kind words

Hi Christophe,

It's soothing for sure as Michael said, it's full of calmness that works perfectly to relax in a spa. On the other hand, I kinda felt that the piece is a group of separate phrases that were combined all together, I could have not speculate a dominant theme that might help collect the piece all together but that might be your purpose in the first place which might be the reason why it sounds quite interesting and soothing. May be you could have added a connecting harmony that might balance the disjoint of the melody. May be you could have also break the calmness every once in a while to regain the attention of the listener during the course of playing. All in all, thank you for sharing and I look forward to hear more :)

Hi Islam

Thank you for listening and for your thoughtfull input.

Christophe

Islam Y.Omari said:

Hi Christophe,

It's soothing for sure as Michael said, it's full of calmness that works perfectly to relax in a spa. On the other hand, I kinda felt that the piece is a group of separate phrases that were combined all together, I could have not speculate a dominant theme that might help collect the piece all together but that might be your purpose in the first place which might be the reason why it sounds quite interesting and soothing. May be you could have added a connecting harmony that might balance the disjoint of the melody. May be you could have also break the calmness every once in a while to regain the attention of the listener during the course of playing. All in all, thank you for sharing and I look forward to hear more :)

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