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Enrique Gil

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A sad theme ending with a happy tune to announce that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
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Hits: 3718
Comments: 12
Fans: 6
Plays: 136
Downloads: 150
Votes: 6
Uploaded: Jul 21, 2007 - 11:33:43 PM
Last Updated: Jul 21, 2007 - 11:33:43 PM Last Played: Mar 11, 2019 - 01:09:21 AM
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Yamaha CVP-98
Ivory Piano
Feter said 4327 days ago (July 22nd, 2007)
what amazing dance ...a real heartfelt
two nowhere poeples dancing for unknown
tomorrow ..but its the most truthness
tune fior the real world ..as well as real
Love ...thank you for such gem ...!!
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Enrique Gil said 4326 days ago (July 22nd, 2007)
Hi Feter
I am glad you liked it. Thanks for listening.
Check out my latest song called Simple Feelings
drakonis said 4326 days ago (July 22nd, 2007)
lovely ups and downs
and sparkling mordents. Really enjoyable listen, with a lot of rich melodic material, and your usual wonderful piano playing! My only problem with this is that it is recorded with the volume a little low, and it seems to be missing some of the bass and treble (richness and sparkle) that it could have. Still, it is quite good enough for me to add to my growing favorites of yours. Thank you for sharing your music!
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Enrique Gil said 4326 days ago (July 22nd, 2007)
Hi Drak!
like always, your comments are appreciated and your input helps me improve my music. Good to hear from you again.
Check out my latest song called Simple Feelings
said 4326 days ago (July 22nd, 2007)
The imagiination wanders...
hmmm...this is amazing music...its a gothic european waltz requiem testimonial of notes regarding the lowest moments of the human condition, like I said the imagination wanders but great music is a vehicle for the meandering mind.
Enrique Gil said 4326 days ago (July 22nd, 2007)
Hi Tom
This is the first time I hear from you. Nice to meet you and I am sure we'll listen to each others music and offer helpful advise. Thanks Man!
Check out my latest song called Simple Feelings
said 4326 days ago (July 22nd, 2007)
this music spoked to me ..
Great sense while playing this one ..
Heartfelt .. i loved this one because i'm a big fan of sad music ..
the happy tone in the end was just nice and really dancing one ..
Thanks for sharing this gem here with us ..
This is the 1st music i've heard of yours .. and i'm speechless and wish that your style is that . LOVED THAT!
Wish to accept me as a new friend and hear my music ..

Yeman Auf Al-Rawi

I've post a new song .. wish you enjoy it ..
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Enrique Gil said 4326 days ago (July 22nd, 2007)
Hi Yeman
Good to meet you and hear from you. I read your Bio and feel bad about all you have been through. Music is the glue the unites Mankind, regardless of race, religion or color, and that is wonderful!
I will be going to China for about 10 days, looking forward to hear their music there. That means I won't be able to visit MJ as much as I would like.
Look forward to listen to your music too...I think is cool you know Feter also. Take care!
Check out my latest song called Simple Feelings
RickW said 4326 days ago (July 22nd, 2007)
The feeling I had
from this piece is that you are sad because you are missing someone. But, at the end, your heart jumps at the expectation of seeing this person again. Wonderful piece of composing as usual Enrique. Faved & downloaded. :-)

God bless,


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paul f. page said 4324 days ago (July 24th, 2007)
Your playing...
...is, as usual, such a delight to listen to. You play with such skill and precision that I never have to worry about the "performance." ... This sad-happy tune goes through a number of variations, all of which you handle with great ease. Like I have said about earlier pieces of yours, your ability to string out variations on a theme is pretty remarkable and always delightful. I agree with Drakonis (above) about the volume and general mix. I don't know if you are using the Ivory pianos for this, but it sounds like the richness of the bass kind of drops out...My only other thought would be the length of the number: it ends rather abruptly. Seems like there might be a little more juice to this theme.
You are such a great talent, Enrique, and I am enjoying your classical compositions immensely.
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Roxylee said 4324 days ago (July 24th, 2007)
Great, as usual, E Gil (Eagle)
You make me wish I could play the piano. :-)
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John Stebbe said 4318 days ago (July 31st, 2007)
Van Cliburn
Reminds me of Van Cliburn playing Chopin. Very engaging piece, and it really shows your influences, of many great classical composers. You have a fine technique, and an excellent imagination.

I use Ivory also, and find it to be a very good program. I have also recently discovered Native Instruments Akoustic Piano, and I like that one even better than Ivory. The Steinway is amazing, plus it does not tax my computer as much -- less dropouts and other performanc issues.

Best wishes to you in China. The furthest I've gone out of the USA is Niagara Falls. I envy you.
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Music was my first love. it still is. I have rediscovered music and time flies when playing my piano. My heroes: Bach, Chopin, Beethoven and Vivaldi. Seeing Handel's burial place at Westminster Abby brought tears to my eyes, and look with great ant... [see more]

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