This music aims at depicting the state of thoughtfulness striving for insight, which happened to me a few times in life and I remember so clearly that glorious feeling, always wanting to return to.
I really like it. The music is tender and sensitive and has some great moments and small surprises so that it can hold my interest very well. Notable moments (for my taste) are for example at 1:01, 1:20, 1:50, 2:10, 2:25 to 3:30 (this section is great), 4:45 (the flute is nice!) and many other!
I can sense you put a lot of effort and passion in it to make it sound interesting but also beautiful and it pays off in my opinion.
Very thoughtful work, the last minute and half are where the piece really shines for me.
Thank you Timo for taking time listening and responding. It is appreciated and I am happy you like it.
Timo Schuemer said:
Great to hear that, Keith, I am glad it could shine. And indeed, I usually put an effort in the ending of my pieces since this will influence the memory most. I think the ending should add something.
Keith J Hampton said:
Very beautiful serene piece! Perhaps the guitar part could be mixed a little louder (just an opinion).
Thanks for sharing.
Thank you very much for feedback. I am actually at the moment trying to improve the guitar impact through a better convolution. In this way, the softness may be preserved.
Socrates Arvanitakis said:
Strikes me as very sincere and beautiful.
Thank you Coston for a very inspiring feedback. I am glad you heard some Spanish influences since after having spent some time there I am fascinated by its culture, in particular the music.
MM Coston said:
So good to hear that. Thank you.
Manfred Goop said: