I recently stumbled upon a very cool visualization of the piece Piano Phase by Steve Reich. If you haven’t heard of the piece, it consists of a pianist playing a twelve note sequence, who is later joined by another pianist who plays the same sequence. The second pianist then begins to speed up ever so slightly, fading in and out of phase with the original pianist as the piece progresses. Check it out.
My friend wanted me to listen to it, and I thought it was fantastic. It seems to be a compilation; of what, I cannot say. Nonetheless, all three pianists are amazing. Take a listen.
I can’t believe I forgot to post this song! I think I was too busy being amazed to remember. Probably one of my favorite piano pieces of all time.
Some good ol’ Haydn. Beethoven’s teacher and Mozart’s friend. What a man!
This one’s for you, Woodwind Quintet!
I… Well, listen for yourself.
Want sheet music? Contact me. For this or any other piano pieces that I’ve composed.
Once in a while, a very simple yet enrapturing piece comes along. This beautiful piano piece is one of them.