Dark Matter (piano solo)

A piano piece composed while contemplating the "dark matter" that fills the void of apparently empty space, but renamed with a more generic title (because I have difficulty with titles in general, and the music evokes different images or sentiments in different people).

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  • Nice. I like the polychords and also the repeating left-hand figure. Also the shifting tonal centres. 

  • Ahh, delightful. Very well done, Stephen. I hear Debussy in this piece. I like your source of inspiration, so timeless. You have a found a mood here which is very appealing.

    I am fascinated by the expression "empty space", what is the difference between "space" and "empty space"? What is space? All these questions appeared to me when listened to your lovely piece.

    I am grateful

    Kjell

  • Thank you Michael-- and for the rest of the comments as well. :)

    michael diemer said:

    (...) Now as to the title...not sure how it relates to Dark Matter. but then, since nobody knows what the hell it is, we'll have to cut you some slack on that.

    Dark Matter (piano solo)
    A piano piece composed while contemplating the dark matter that fills the void of apparently empty space, but renamed with a more generic title (be…
  • I do have some difficulty titling pieces, regardless of what thoughts or ideas inspired them. Perhaps more generic titles (like Scherzo for this piece, or Ceremonial 1 for a piece currently entitled Procession of the Elves) might be better and an easier titling scheme.

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