Still working the cliches out of the creative process, AND the winkles out of video making (oh the misery....) This is a cliched improvisation using New Age chord progressions and mundane though pleasant tinkly bits. It makes rather nice relaxation music for mindless musing.
It is also a (very belated) demonstration of the Casio Privia PX-350, which plays as if it were an acoustic grand.
@meriamber boggled at the keyboards, so: guided tour. I'm playing the Casio Privia. Above it is the other workhorse, M-audio Pro-sono61 which I picked up for $35. Should've bought 2 at the time... And use for non-piano synth stuff and emergency backup for serious gigs. THe little keyboard in front of the monitor is an M-Audio Ozone which is my normal editing machine and also fits in my office case with the laptop for travelling and also using its inbuilt 2496 sound card. THe piano to R is the 1880 Brinsmead grand (6ft strings) which I've had for 52 years. Not currently in correct tune. Under it is the Medeli SP-1 workhorse I still gig with. THe oldest PSR310 still in captivity is up in my bedroom, as is a 72-key Medeli I don't now use but which I'm unwilling to sell for peanuts.
Music performed and Copyright © TJ Fatchen APRA-AMCOS, All Rights Reserved. Yes, even the one obvious fumble, so there.
(The fumble will be edited out, later, for more commercial uses. Oh the joys of being able to record every performance nuance on MIDI, for re-nuancing later! Thank you Notation Composer! And the joys of being able to nuance a performance in the first place on a stage piano! Thank you Casio!)