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Quarantine: Music for the Sick, the Weak, and the Lonely


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Dear forum friends, like many of you, these days I am home most of the time. Using a three-octave Yahama keyboard in my bedroom, I wrote a new piece of music. The piece is called “Quarantine.” As with life, the music moves from major to minor, and back again, and back again, and back again. I hope you like it.


The painting in the video is by my daughter Melody.



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Very nice indeed, I've given it a few spins today. Not really sure why, but I got connotations to some of the works of the Japanese “Wave Notation” series.


Thanks for sharing! Hope to hear more, 3 minutes is hardly enough to get through a quarantine that still seems quite a distance away from its end 🙂

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