Notes that I “robbed” from
an existing, extremely beautiful and monumental piece…
This is only a little try-out without rehearsing.
Just a few notes decide the rest of the variation.
Maybe I should start to work this out and study…?
Maybe… – PianoTweet no. 684
I heard and listened to some moving stories last days.
From different angles of experience and perspectives.
I discovered an “undertone”, a leading note in all stories.
In this PianoTweet that leading note
can be heard in the left hand;
as an illustration of a fixed atmosphere of grief,
covered by the dynamics of strength and hope,
all at the same time…
Moving Stories – PianoTweet no. 683
I stumbled upon a melody.
Probably a very well-known one,
but I didn’t know it…
At least, it touched me deeply.
It’s so stunning simple,
therefore so effective.
A short variation was born quickly.
Variation on a Melody – PianoTweet no. 682
I often read papers, blogs, messages on social media and so on.
More than once I meet the word “astonishment”.
How astonished we are in various situations.
And I ask myself – in an astonished way:
Why being astonished?
Aren’t the answers everywhere?
Looking, listening, feeling all the way around,
we might conclude:
everything is connected,
as well the cause and the consequence.
Let’s realize ourselves:
there are billions and billions other planets,
stars, milky ways, galaxies and universes
and whatever more…
So what’s the sense of being astonished?
Astonishment – PianoTweet no. 681
In one week I was a part of big crowds of people.
The first time at a concert in a big church,
the second time in the centre of a big city.
Both very crowded.
It was impressive.
How small and tiny every person is.
The big world of an individual,
inserted in the massive and chaotic world of the crowd.
It will cost me a day or two to become quiet again…
Crowds – PianoTweet no. 679
We’ve got friends.
And we’ve got Friends.
Some understand the World.
And some understand the Universe.
I don’t know exactly why,
but I prefer those who think
about the precious details of the world;
that’s why they understand
the tremendous universe.
A Very Particular Friend – PianoTweet no. 678