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I wrote this in my
February 20, 2013:
My good friend Terry has been going through a pretty rough time recently.
When I was recovering from my stem-cell transplant, he wrote a series of
wonderful compositions he called Healing
pieces. Lately I was feeling disconnected as I do when I haven't been
writing music for awhile, so I set aside time and did this for him:
I hope it can help a little.
After finishing the TSPACE1 (which was originally just called
TSPACE), I started fooling around with the little piano
chrod-sequence I used for the piece. Out of it came several other
pieces I've finished over the past several months. I also
sent them to Terry, and I do hope they helped a little.
I like the idea of music as something you can give, something
focused as a personal exchange. More from my blog along these
Yikes, I'm just linking to my silly blog
right and left in this piece-description text!
I hope Terry doesn't mind. And I'll surely link from my blog to this page.
With the exception of the synthesizer parts in TSPACE1, all
the sounds were derived by signal-processing the piano sound.
Often it was only a single chord or two, or even one note.
I really enjoyed doing these, and I hope some of that fun does get