My performance of Japanese composer Takashi Yoshimatsu’s brief Interlude to Water, the fourth piece in his Pleiades Dances I, Op. 27, for solo piano.
This is my interpretation of Floral Dance by Japanese composer Takashi Yoshimatsu. It is the first piece in his solo piano suite Pleiades Dances I, Op. 27 (1986). Learn more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pleiades….
Some new music! The Voice of the Rain has been a favorite poem of mine for a long time, and it comes to mind of course every time it starts to rain, whether gentle drizzle or late night thunderstorm. I especially love the line, “I am the poem of the earth.” It’s interesting that rain, like poetry, can take many forms, but in the end it is about cleansing. I hope you enjoy…
Below is Riverlights #2, for piano, paired with nighttime footage taken on the Ohio River (which is exponentially more beautiful after sundown).