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MultiColored Piano Stories: the first week of February 2022 🎹

Well, I have to admit it has been some very busy days and all of a sudden, February has arrived in a blink of an eye.


Had it not been for all wonderful modern classical music all these great artists surrounded me with, I would have been depressed and sad. But the music keep us all afloat, let's look at the highlights of the past week shared into the Multicolored Piano playlist on Spotify!


Hope you'll enjoy it!


As always - read below or jump right into the music here:

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2EAUwRfIAmyHJoUkMnkhRJ?si=d4f9f8256ef84afa


1. "Pirouette"

by Mark Sutton from the UK


Pirouette is a gentle felted piano piece written by UK based composer Mark Sutton.


Mark Sutton is a composer and musician who creates background and theme music with a reflective and nostalgic appeal from his studio in Dorset. His masterful approach to digital orchestration gifts him the ability to compose to brief or to picture. For his non-commissioned work, Mark doesn’t set out with a mission to create a particular piece; instead, he arrives at his pieces, guided by his fingers and directed by his soul.





2. "We Might Be Near the Sun"

by Joshua Naranjo from the US.


A soft uplifting instrumental with a cinematic theme based on piano and strings. Mostly inspirational or relaxing moods.



3. "Melancholy"

by Pavel Szabo from Czech Republic


Pure melancholy, a piano piece to usher in some calm and peace for your inner spirit.


Pavel Szabo is a musician and composer based in the Czech Republic. He is continually approaching the creation of music with an overtone of calming, minimal and peaceful sounds. Each piano miniature is aimed at an appropriate feeling or moment in time; the wish to focus, daydream, to read, think or reflect on life.


In recent years, Pavel has composed several dozen piano miniatures, which he gradually intends to publish. His future horizons include that of fusion world music and orchestral music.




4. "Use Your Wings"

by Kilian Treumer from Germany


Killian says:

"I`m telling a little story in this song and tried to let it some free space, so that my listeners can come up with own thoughts about it"




5. "Clouds"

by Alexander Nikolaev from Russia




"Look at the skies, listening to this music... and every one of you will find something personal in this story" says Alexander, and we are closing our eyes and drifting away...



6. "Erased Words"

by Jordi Forniés from Spain

This is a calm piano piece to talk about the power of universal love, written and performed by Jordi - simplicity to talk about the power of love, as Amma said, is one thread of universal love ties all beings together. Erased words, the words that we don't need to say to express love.


Jordi Forniés is a Spanish musician, composer, and visual artist based in Singapore. His works are characterised by a continuum between tender overarching refrains and defined sequences with increasing momentum.




7. "Les folies"

by Julian Petrin from Germany

This is kind of a soundtrack for an imaginary film, combining piano and gentle electronica. It is built upon an uplifting piano theme – a sonic glimpse of spring...


Les Folies was composed in 2012, re-edited ad re-released in 2022.



8. "Little Waltz"

by Landegrent from Sweden.


This song is the debut release from Swedish pianist, Landegren



9. "Last Dance"

by Ilia de Vega from Japan.


This is a piano piece that imagines the final scene of parting.






Listen to these and other wonderful piano pieces at Multicolored Piano on Spotify here

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2EAUwRfIAmyHJoUkMnkhRJ?si=d4f9f8256ef84afa


Blessings and a good Sunday to everyone! andrei

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