Album 1
(HU 3634)

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Just a thought
Simply sixths
Irish coffee
A grey day in May
Butterflies in september
Solitude
Easy going
Sandy
Laurine
When summer is over
Bye, Bye Solitude


Reprint in 2006!
A new piece was added: Bye, Bye Solitude

On a scale from 1 to 10 the music in the first 3 albums ranges in difficulty from level 2 to level 4.
The music of album 1 is on CD 1

 
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Just a thought

 

With a simple bas of only 3 notes and in the right hand hardly moving chords, this piece is easy to play. Adding good pedaling is essential for a spherical performance.

 

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Simply sixths

 

The same principle in the bas and in the right hand an interval of sheer sixths.



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Irish coffee

399Kb mp3

Like an Irish "jig" by speeding up the 6/8 rhythm. I wrote it long ago for a friend who was fond of the Irish folk music.

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A grey day in May

551Kbmp3

Several years ago I wrote this piece for a friend who had to die too young. I was taken by surprise and deeply moved when I heard this music when it was played during the funeral ceremony in a crowded church.

 

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Butterflies in september

 

Just came up when I was bicycling under the September-sun.


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Solitude

1277Kb (all) mp3

Has a clear structure, is easy to play. They love it!


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Easy going

877Kb (all) mp3

One of my earliest little works, written when I was a poor student and meant as a Santa Claus-present for all my piano-playing family members.

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Sandy

446 Kb mp3

Was a pupil fond of "La ballade pour Adeline" a very popular piece of music in the eighties often played by a famous German Pianist of light music, Richard Claydermann.

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Laurine

 

For my daughter Maaike Laurine who didn't want her first name as a title.

  
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When summer is over

282 Kb mp3

In memory of my father who died in October, and who helped us to develop the ability to enjoy music intensively. A precious gift.


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Bye, Bye Solitude

 

 
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