Our existense seems one big question.
Why are we here, where do we go?
Why do things happen the way they happen?
This list of questions without any answer has no end.
It could be healthy to live with questions and
simply accept that a question doesn’t always need an answer.
Look at the universe around you,
how small it is,
how big it is.
Feel that you’re part of it.
It could turn out to something that there is no more question.
No answers are needed anymore.
Questions without an Answer – PianoTweet no. 77
When I’m in the studio to record new PianoTweets,
I turn on the recording equipment from the very first moment.
Checking levels, sound, the computer;
meanwhile listening to the grandpiano if it’s still in tune…
Sometimes, during the recording session I take a little break,
just playing what comes up or down into my mind.
Like today’s PianoTweet, which was improvised right away.
A so called “onetaker”.
Improvised Break – PianoTweet no. 75
(text written on March 14th 2011)
The original composition is called A minor Mood.
It was released on the album “Pianoworks, vol. 1”.
I changed the title because this PianoTweet is
an edit of the original, recorded in 1998.
A few days after I bought my Grandpiano.
Yes, and it’s moody…
I was moody those days;
I still can be nowadays 🙂
Mood in A minor – PianoTweet no. 73
(text written on March 13th 2011)
In fact the title of this piece fits to almost all PianoTweets.
Because there’s always a reason for compassion.
It’s a great source for creativity.
Like the compassion I feel for one of my followers.
She discovered she’s severally ill.
Today’s PianoTweet is particularly dedicated to her.
And in general to everyone who needs compassion.
Compassion Melody – PianoTweet no. 72
(text written on March 11th 2011)
Some followers of PianoTweets do meditate regularly.
It’s a great tool to take time for yourself,
either to rest, to reflect or get into a concentration mood.
As to stimulate the own power and
to make contact with the deeper self.
This PianoTweet is a short meditation aid.
You could use this music as an introducton for the rest of your meditation.
After listening you can continue insilence.
Give it a try: enjoy this PianoTweet along with your meditation time!
Meditation Moment – PianoTweet no. 70
Going back in the time again today!
Some faithful listeners that joined PianoTweets in the first days
or those who heard all the music I published until now,
(for example, through this Non-Stop PianoTweets link)
will recognize this sequence.
It’s an “old” sequence which I invented during the mid 80’s.
Never forgot it.
F sharp minor Sequence – PianoTweet no. 68
And now for something complete different…
Start your Sunday with this short and singing PianoTweet and Enjoy!
Sunday Wake up Call – PianoTweet no. 65