omg sorry to hear of your loss, I lost my cousin Thomas many years ago on christmas eve, so as you can gather those xmas years were and are still hard for us all and we continue to remember those precious moments when he was alive. never forgotten. What a beautiful piece from the heart and soul. A mothers song indeed, I am sure she is listening right now with a smile on her face. 🙏🌈❤️
I would say exciting .. the music transmits your feelings .... music that opens your heart .. I who know your sad story ... I participate with your heart in this musical work of yours ... the piano sings .... great ................ a hug…......….Franco
From the first notes you let a glimpse of a huge pain to the immense weight, I will tell you the truth Trishi, you managed to make me let go a few tears, I share part of your pain by thinking strongly about this sad story, I know that Rebecca will appreciate this gesture with a maternal dimension. because this song, it's not for you only Your friend GG.
Wonderful. Your music is always a pleasure to listen to. As others have already said, so sorry for your loss. I am happy that you are able to express yourself though with this piece of music. Being able to do that is sometimes the best thing for someone to do. ~ Veck
my dear Trish, I didn't know about your stab in the heart ... it must have been all very sad, indescribable. In November I lost my mother, after so much suffering .... but losing a daughter .... your music is the right expression of the search for serenity. a big bear hug Paolo
Wow. I'm so sorry for your loss. That must be the worst thing to go thru. Your beautiful music shines on and can sooth the soul. Very nice piano playing with such passion and so emotional. As Todd Rundgren once sang "Time heals the wounds no-one can see".......