C-13 Sonata

On this Holiday Season of Love, Peace and Joy, my original copyrighted piano music inspired by 1 Corinthians 13 with a link to YouTube is posted below which contains original artwork, photography and family. Enjoy!

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8 thoughts on “C-13 Sonata

    1. This was composed throughout one summer many years ago. I would love to see it orchestrated. It was during a very difficult “dark night if the soul” in my life, so the victories seventh movement brings the importance of remaining diligent in honoring our heart paramount in my life. Please feel free to share it with others, and thank-you for your kind comments and following my blog!

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  1. Your talents as a classical pianist and composer are extraordinary. I’d wholeheartedly echo your wish for a full orchestral arrangement of your masterpiece. Your vid’s accompanying photos / paintings are impressive, too. I hope you can hear my virtual applause and chants of bravo! Bravo!! BRAVO!!! and encore! Encore!! ENCORE!!!

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    1. A tremendous thank you for such heart felt words of encouragement as you have no idea the experiences which culminated to create the movements. At the time, the piano the recording was made from was my Francis Bacon Mahogany Baby Grand, as you can tell it is not a digital piano. I believe his spirit as well as my love of Beethoven assisted me greatly. The music is to share, so please feel free to share it with others and thank you again for such beautiful words during a most challenging time in my journey.

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      1. You are welcome. Thanks for sharing your composition’s backstory (inclusive of mentioning your spiritual guidance). If it’s any consolation, at all, wouldn’t you agree that life’s challenging experiences oft add emotional dimension to one’s music? Compared to a piano virtuoso… who must literally and emotionally connect a score’s dots… does not the lyricist / wordsmith have the far easier of the two tasks? Cannot the vocalist far easier relate to / interpret the lyricist’s spelled out words.

        If you do not play piano professionally, you have missed your calling.

        PS: Thanks, in advance, for your permission to share via your YouTube link.

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      2. Yes, agreed, we need to have the rain for the rainbows, right?!
        I’ve played in bands for years, as all avenues of the arts and creativity seem to resonate with me.
        Thank you again for taking the time to write and follow my blog, Tom!
        Blessings to you! Lori

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