Aryeh wrote:Hello Delcampers,
I was looking through the list of contemporary composers that have given their permission to publish recordings of their pieces on the forum and I was very happy to see the wonderful Argentinian composer Maximo Diego Pujol on the list since I really love his music.
I thought I would share this lovely piece by MD Pujol called Verde alma which means literally "Green Soul" though I think the word green here is used in the way of being naive, pure, or innocent. This is from a set called "4 piezas cristalinas" published by Henry Lemoine. The dedication on the piece in Spanish reads "para Cecilia, la compaĂ±era de mi vida" (for Cecilia my life companion)
The melody & chord progression of the main theme of this piece reminds me very much of a pop ballad/love song or movie soundtrack, I've definitely heard something(s) similar though I can't place it exactly. At any rate it's a very pretty piece and I hope you enjoy it. It looks much easier on the page than it is to play so there's a couple of minor annoying clammy mistakes here and there but I'll keep practicing it and maybe update my recording at a later date. Meanwhile here's what I've got, comments are welcome and thanks for listening.
Note: You may find the recording a bit distant and soft sounding on your computer speakers, don't be afraid to turn up the volume
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