Full Circle

Former user wrote on 6/30/2015, 7:37 PM
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Hello Music Lovers

OK, I have stepped out of the box on this song. I may have fallen out of the box but I hope not.  The title, "Full Circle" I picked because this song encompasses several different genres and styles and if you listen to the song in its entirety, you will see what I mean.

I used only sounds from my keyboard (Casio Privia PX-5S) , no midi, no vstis, no loops.....just me playing my keyboard.

Thanks for listening and I hope you like it  I had no idea what category this falls under so I just picked "Ambient"

Trish

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info4u2 wrote on 6/30/2015, 10:04 PM

Hi Trish

You have stepped in to a wonderland of possibilities, the adventure continues, with confidence you will keep stepping out of the box and explore further until you see that there is no box but only your own self imposed limitations.

Nice track - pleasure listening.

Indigo 

Gryami wrote on 7/1/2015, 12:28 AM

Hi Trish,

Thanks for the invite.

It is indeed a mixture of genres, and as usual, played to a certain level of excellence.  It's always a pleasure to listen to your keyboard attributes.  A "must" listen for everybody.

Kind regards,

Graham.

 

Nickillus wrote on 7/1/2015, 5:06 AM

Who are you and what have you done with Trish?  We will pay any ransom to keep her safe.  These are unusual areas for the Marshall to marshal. 

That said this is a marvellous diversion into unfamiliar territory, handled with your usual dextrous flair.  And all Casio keyboard you say.  There is no such thing as 'just you playing'.  You playing has proven to be more than enough to deliver creative and aesthetically wonderful results in each and every case I've heard.  Your horizons are expanding exponentially, young lady.  I hope that's as exciting for you the talent as it is for us your audience.

TommyG wrote on 7/1/2015, 5:40 AM

Sounds really nice. Yes, it`s ambient, I think that is the right genre to subsume. Impressive Soundlandscape, well played. Thanks for sharing.

GBTraveller wrote on 7/1/2015, 6:56 AM

Hi Trish,


that is a very relaxing number of you.
I particularly like this playful shift in dynamics .
Go up all thumbs alone for that personal intunition.
Excellent game on your Casio .............. very great respect for these skilful performance.

Greeting Freddy

tgfmusica wrote on 7/1/2015, 7:09 AM

Per una cosa quasi improvvisata è roba da concerto, complimenti, 5* da tgfmusica, Gianfranco, ciao

Former user wrote on 7/1/2015, 7:37 AM

Hi Trish,
is a big surprise to see you engaged in a different kind from your usual.
It 's always good to change and look for new ways, but also in this context your style is unmistakable sound, passionate, but which transmits deep spaces and sensations very special.
In my opinion this is' one of your songs that I liked most.
Continue on this kind, not abandon it.

Rino

Former user wrote on 7/1/2015, 7:48 AM

I must admit that listening to your music, with sounds so particular, clearly pointing to the style ambient, I was very surprised.
I appreciate your desire to do different music, and no doubt once again you managed to compose a track of high content.
As you know I am a lover of ambient music especially research, so I listened to this song over and over to be able to give an opinion as right as possible.
In the end I would say that the quality and highly professional as always, the music is beautiful, but this music the way I see it is a superlative piece new age, ambient music as I understand it is another thing.
mind I do not want to criticize those who consider it a musician of the highest level, but this is just a clarification, which I felt to make tea
hello

franco

pinodisola wrote on 7/1/2015, 9:46 AM

Trish bellissima atmosfera un suono molto bello complimenti per il tuo arrangiamento mi pice moltissimo brava un abbraccio ciao Pino

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PINO D'ISOLA Pino d'Isola (al secolo Pino Maiolo) nasce artisticamente negli anni '60 ad Isola Capo Rizzuto (KR), suo paese natio. E' il cantante e il batterista del suo primo gruppo "THE LOVERS"con la sua chitarra già scrive e compone le sue prime canzoni come "Sabrina", "Ritorna l'estate", "Non lasciarmi" ed altre. Trasferitosi a Milano, nel '66 entra a far parte del gruppo "I MAD BOYS"
Nel '82 esce il suo primo LP dal titolo"UNA SERATA SERENA" Edizioni LA PALMIERAMA di Milano
Pino incontra Giuliano Taddei (autorevolissimo autore di testi per Sanremo, Castrocaro, Zecchino D'Oro) con il quale nasce un sodalizio musicale eterno e molto produttivo: dal singolo DONNA AMORE
"DONNA AMORE" del 1983 (che riceve il premio da "La lega delle casalinghe"), passando per la produzione di diversi successi, fino ad arrivare alla scrittura di numerose canzoni per bambini. In questi anni sono frequenti le sue apparizioni come ospite su radio e TV locali. La sua popolarità cresce così come il suo impegno come cantante in giro con I FOLK 2000. "SENTIMENTO D'AMORE"
Nel 1987 esce l'album " LA MIA MUSICA con un pò di bon...gusto" Edizioni CARAMBA di Milano Come hanno riportato giornali e settimanali del settore, Fred Bongusto così come Bruno Martino sono sempre stati per Pino D'Isola dei punti di riferimento poiché molto vicini al suo modo di cantare "confidenziale". Da questo momento in poi sono sempre più frequenti le apparizioni di Rino accanto a Pino: la presenza del figlio nei suoi spettacoli gli permette, infatti, di interpretare al meglio i suoi brani fondendoli con le nuove tendenze musicali.
La grande occasione arriva per Pino nel 1990 quando ha l'opportunità di pubblicare un suo disco con la prestigiosa Casa Discografica "Fonit Cetra". Il titolo del disco è "CIAO":
PINO D'ISOLA & RINO Il 21 Aprile 1990 può essere considerata la data di nascita del duo musicale, riceve un significativo premio dall'Assessorato al Turismo e Cultura del comune di Isola di Capo Rizzuto. Il premio, intitolato "OMAGGIO A UN CALABRESE ILLUSTRE"
cita: " A CHI CON IMPEGNO E PROFESSIONALITA???HA RAGGIUNTO AMBITI RISULTATI, PORTANDO OLTRE I CONFINI DELLA CALABRIA, IL MESSAGGIO E LA CULTURA DELLA NOSTRA TERRA ???. Nel 1997 Pino riceve dal comune di Milano una medaglia per la sua canzone "TRAMMINANDO PER MILAN", originale dedica alla città che lo ha adottato.
Come autore Pino continua a scrivere canzoni incontrando nuovi personaggi in particolare: uno a livello internazionale, Carlo Alberto Rossi,
E....la musica va..................grazie a tutti Pino

diegoweb13 wrote on 7/1/2015, 11:31 AM

Beautiful piece Trish.Brava.
Very impressive.

He played very well.

 

Hello Diego

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Former user wrote on 7/1/2015, 2:48 PM

Gerne gehört ein schönes Stück.

Lg.Beamish

DEPO57 wrote on 7/1/2015, 4:03 PM

ho letto con piacere i commenti degli amici e devo dire che me li aspettavo. Sono sicuro che ne arriveranno molti altri perchè questa è un'ottima composizione,creata con la voglia di rinnovarsi, di sperimentare, pur mantenendo il proprio stile. Ehehehehe, gli amici non sanno ancora quanto talento ci sia in te e quali melodie stanno organizzandosi dentro di te. La cosa bella è che ogni volta riesci a stupire con opere musicali di alto livello e anch'io resto a bocca aperta ( molto volentieri ) ad ascoltare le tue armonie, espressioni di sentimenti ed emozioni.

So che sei una super, ma davvero super artista.

un abbraccio

forever Paolo

SpriteBat wrote on 7/1/2015, 5:29 PM

Wow, impressive as always, but in a new way. I have to agree that you should keep this up. Something about it reminds me of Vangelis. Well, I've only heard 2 albums by Jon and Vangelis, but for me the mood of this evokes the same feelings as, for example, their song "Horizon". You have done it more succinctly though. Excellent work!

PS: Don't feel obligated to write in my guestbook yet again.

Former user wrote on 7/2/2015, 10:36 AM

Hi Trish:

The built-in sounds from your keyboard?  Sweet!  Terrific atmosphere here (arpeggio-rich; languorous without sounding lethargic). 

It really does not matter what music category this is placed.  The music has created its 'own' category.  That alone places it above and beyond the usual fare.

A crystal lake of beautiful sounds, Trish...

Griff

-Celina-Neatly- wrote on 7/2/2015, 12:31 PM

Sweet idea. Love all little melodys (piano sounds) ; and this is best i have heard, instant sleep. Great surprise. Congratulations.

Well done. Greetings...

gospelbj1 wrote on 7/2/2015, 9:19 PM

YAY!!!!!  You stepped out of the box!!!!  No limits!!!

I love this Trish.  Totally impressed by the run at 4:22.  98% of my music is also totally keyboard composed which is a little more difficult and challenging but very rewarding.

I appreciate you so much for stretching and extending your professionalism to show another side of you.

You are soooooooo awesome!!

BC

PS....favs too!!!!!!!

smartsmurf wrote on 7/3/2015, 4:17 AM

Nice introduction of genres / keyboard sounds...

...but I think the circle is too small.

From around 1:20... I was back in A Crazy City... 

olivier28 wrote on 7/3/2015, 7:05 AM

Félicitations

du trés bon son de piano et de synthé , je crois...

5*****

Olivier 

 

Father_of_Joy wrote on 7/3/2015, 9:05 AM

Amazing sounds of your stage piano! And there's no doubt about your musical abilities. 

Former user wrote on 7/3/2015, 3:03 PM

Great Atmosphere , this is a wonderful track

compliment

Frasangalaglav

Divine wrote on 7/3/2015, 5:04 PM

hi.

just enjoy the magic...

so long.

guentersiegert wrote on 7/4/2015, 4:12 AM

It sounds so wonderful!

Former user wrote on 7/4/2015, 6:11 AM

MuggeMaker wrote on 7/4/2015, 10:54 AM

Hello Trish,

wonderful piece .. 

The guitar melody is really nice. I love it!

Best regards

Mugge