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One Hundred Eighty


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paul f. page

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Just something simple: a waltz that is almost a theme and variations because there is a similar "feeling" throughout the piece. It is mostly written in just two voices, my growing penchant for "transparent music" taking the lead on my thinking. No fru-fru; just the laying out of a tune. ... If you're interested in seeing or playing the score for yourself, you can find it here. ... Enjoy (I hope).

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Uploaded: Nov 07, 2016 - 02:00:30 PM
Last Updated: Nov 07, 2016 - 02:00:30 PM Last Played: Jun 24, 2017 - 09:01:45 AM
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Fire_Angel said 234 days ago (November 7th, 2016)
It has a romantic feel to it.
Yes, definitely the romantic part of your creative energy coming out here. It's a combination of familiar and unusual, at least to me, though I am not sure exactly why it feels like that. I can hear mid twentieth century influences and a hint of jazz, and I guess jazz influences are unusual in a waltz so maybe that's it. I am still lost to explain why this has such a familiar feel to it since I don't recognise the tune for sure. It's got a familiar FEEL to it though, and maybe that's enough. If I work out what it is I'll have to come back and post again.

Now the tune is so clear and straightforward it's got a refreshing feel to it as well. A sophisticated composition made from simple ingredients, something I have heard at this site much more often than elsewhere.

Or maybe I'm thinking too much ;)
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Doug Somers said 233 days ago (November 8th, 2016)
Enjoy it I did
Two voices speak volumes. This is a graceful dance, which to me varies between joy and a kind of bittersweet longing as the piece evolves. I like the fact that it does a recap to the sunnier disposition, mainly because it started that way and despite the contrasting emotions it's nice to finish on a high. The tone of your piano is superb and once again you show in your touch to be the master of rubato. Our emotions are like putty in your hands. A welcome accompaniment to my afternoon!

Thanks Paul.

PS - I don't know if anyone is also having problems getting a play bar to show up on an iPhone with this site but it's really annoying. I finally remembered that there was a download button otherwise I wouldn't be able to hear the piece.
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Philip18 said 229 days ago (November 12th, 2016)
One Hundred Eighty
Delicately beautiful, Paul. I love the melody, the light and shade in your touch. Thanks for the download!
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Franciscus_Henri said 229 days ago (November 12th, 2016)
Very evocative Paul
I sense a delicate blend of what I call "the american
style" and a french genre. very beautiful, kind and gentle
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H3nry said 229 days ago (November 12th, 2016)
KISS
Simple is good if you can do it. The most memorable tunes are simple, but it takes talent to make simple interesting as well. You have a knack for it. Added to the PFP "By the Numbers" album.
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J.A.Stewart said 227 days ago (November 14th, 2016)
Straightforward Journey...
... with some side trips along the way, to explore the countryside and enjoy the scenery. That is what this musical metaphor suggests to me. Simple, but with illustrative variations that suggest an elaboration of what surrounds you, as you stroll through this reverie. ;)

--- Joe
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PeterB7858 said 217 days ago (November 24th, 2016)
One Hundred Eighty
Late, Paul. Sorry. Lovely, lilting, waltz. Simple in concept but less so in execution, me thinks :-) I like the recording a lot, too. Beautiful.
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Hickling_Stan said 217 days ago (November 24th, 2016)
Much enjoyed
Just sat back and went with the flow listening to this. Beautiful tone and delivery. A lovely piece. Cheers Mark
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Bowman said 206 days ago (December 5th, 2016)
Somehow this one escaped me.
This flows so beautifully. As I do so often with your music I see sweet montages of a wistful past.
I noticed that your lovely ending cut off before the reverb could completely fade out.
Another wonderful post Paul.
Cheers,
Charlie
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Ed Hannifin said 136 days ago (February 13th, 2017)
This needs/wants words...
I imagine it as a pensive rumination sort of song, sung by someone thinking of the person they love who isn't there right then...

A good just-about-fall-in-love song...

It's luxurious to take out the headphones on this New England snow day and give this a listen. The phrasing is musical and human, and the piano tone as always is rich, with a nice and natural reverberation.
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