Remembering McCoy Tyner Trio
A spontaneously played piece after 5 years of pause. I had always loved McCoy Tyner, who I accidentally had spoken to personally, shortly before his death. When starting to improvise, I suddenly had McCoy Tyner taking possession of me - and it became a total flow state piece. I can´t really play like this!
Scriabin - Feuillet d´Album Opus 45
A short piece by the early Scriabin. One of the pieces one can practice and improve forever. If you want to hear a great take, listen to the young Korean who recently won the VanCliburn price. He definitely has the better piano!
Jazz Piano Trio #11
I think I eventually got the rhythm terribly wrong but asome really nice melodies emerged. Hope you don´t mind! I don´t even know which rhythm it is but I liked it.
Debussy - Reflets dans l´Eau
The first piece of the "Images 1" series by Debussy
For the visuals:
Rainbow over Waves
A melodic slow improvisation with Piano and Strings.
I have used it as movie soundtrack
Another experiment with splitting up bass and melody using the Yamaha electronic. My right hand is the vibraphone, of course.
E-Piano Samba #35
Playing around for the first time with the e-piano function of the Yamaha
I really love the water motive in music
Debussy - Estampes #1
A wonderful piece by Debussy, again with a water/wave motive in the right hand at the end.
Piano Solo - Dark Poem
A somber short piani improv
Isaac Albeniz - El Albacin
A longer piece by Albeniz, sadly recorded in low quality on my old piano many years ago.
Remastered by Bandlab from MP3
Played by Luganski here, for the visuals:
Piano Trio - Breakout
A piano Jazz trio
Debussy - Hommage a Rameau
One of my most beloved slow pieces for the piani
Piano and Dark Strings 2
Piano with Dark Strings impro 2
An impressionist piece
Jazz Piano Trio Slow Funky 202107/004
Short and a bit melancolic
The incredibly schmalzy Yamaha-p515 trailing choir, but fun to lead
Piano Solo Song 202107-003
A short improvisation
Jazz Piano Trio Fast #260
False Rhythm Blues with Tom Waits II
Me and my deceased brother, the new German Tom Waits
Sofia Variations 1 (Solo) #150
A small tribute to a song played by my granddaugther
Sofia Variations 2 (Trio) #151
The same melody taken for a trio variation
Piano Trio Latin/Something 201701-001
Piano Solo a Little Bluesy 202107/002
Debussy - The little Sheperd
One of my favorite easy pieces by Debussy
Piano Trio Mucho Accelerando 202107/17
DIdn=t quite get the rhytm section right but who cares
Organ solo #26
Not a church organ!!
Piano Solo Song 202107-008
Piano Solo Song 202107-006
Piano Trio 202107-007
Piano Solo Elegy 202107-009
Piano Trio 202107-010
Piano Trio Bluesy 202107-14
Pian Trio Also Bluesy 202107-015
Piano Trio E/Bass Odd Starting Rhythm 202107-018
Another problem with the ePiano Rhythm but quite a nice melody
Slow Piano Trio #24
A piano trio where I think I got out of rhythm.
Piano Song #19
A slow and melancholic lyric al piece
A little sad song by a Russian composer
I cannot for the xxx of it remember which composer!
False Rhythm Blues
I think I completely msised the rhythm agin
Piano trio built on a very simple "melody"
After the Rain, or so. #260
A kind of inspiration by Marylin Crispell who was inspired by Coltrane
Piano Trio Samba without title #33
Another sudden movement of
Slow piano trio #17
An elegy #279
A little rhythm trance #278
A prelude of sorts #14
A solo piano prelude
Someone to Watch Over Me #251
A melody by Gershwin
Bach - Goldberg Variationen, Aria 1
This is a majestic piece, although it is so slow
The music , except where indicated, or where I use a classic title, is improvised music by me. I don´t practice or prepare any of the music. I just touch the keyboard and see what comes. Occasionally I start an electronic trio. Of course there are patterns and typical sounds. That´s I guess how I am recognisable as individual. My character is somehow delimited too.
The instrument is a Yamaha P515 piano, with its electronic sampling of the Bösendorfer Grand Piano which I perfer over their Yamaha Grand. I was really surprised by the quality of the sound and also the inbuilt loudspeakers.
And thank you to Sandy. Without you what would I have done? Nothing!