Time Waits for Everyone
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This is not your average easy listening piano music. It is like modern art for the music world. It is very avant-garde and abstract. Imagine an artist throwing a glob of red paint on an otherwise beautiful pastel landscape. Like his art, it is a collage of the beautiful combined with the unexpected. For example, imagine a beautiful melody punctuated by sharp, discordant and unexpected chord changes, often in a minor key. It is dark, melancholy and often passionate. Some parts evoke a feeling of despair and mourning, reminiscent of a dirge.
It reminds me of the Van Gogh painting Starry Night. It's almost as if he's trying to exorcise the demons from his tortured soul through music the way Van Gogh did through art. If I had to compare it to one of his films, I would choose "The Passion of Darkly Noon". If you like that film with its dark and conflicting emotions, then you just might like this.
If we were to ask him what his music means, he would probably reply, "Whatever you want it to mean." The best word I could find to describe it is "cacophony" - the use of harsh or discordant sounds for poetic effect. Whether that was indeed his intent, I guess we'll never know. In the end, his music is as inscrutable as he is.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The recording is pleasant, but doesn't deliver anything surprising, powerful, or intriate, as I was hoping.Published 3 months ago by GM
Bought this based on another review & it is as presented, but it's not just for everyone. Recommended for poetry or original composition enthusiasts. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Meri Kingsbury