But lyrics and song content belong to the fawmers who wrote them!
goodbye loved forever reflection
Thank you for listening, commenting, sharing your thoughts and suggestions.
Collaboration is coming. Will update the information.
Now I'm curious if a collab ever came of this - I agree that the melody line suggests lyrics.
Interesting sound - like a clavinet or harpsichord. And a lovely song, as I've come to expect from you. I also agree on the '60s folk/pop sound. Could be done on acoustic guitar, too - that to me is a sign of a good song, when it could be done on other instruments.
I can't believe I haven't commented on any of yours until now - I'll be sure to listen to another.
This really feels like a piece that wants to have a singer. That melody you've picked out suggests a vocal line. There's something almost 60s pop about it. I think. It's a bit out of my league 😉 Very nicely done , and I see you've said that there's a collaboration coming! Hurrah!
the patch choice for the synth is great. grabs you right away. the interplay between the chords and melody is especially gripping here. not to be morbid but this would be a good song choice for a funeral.
This has a hopeful feel to it initially and it also has more layers with some of those lower notes. Good melody and turn around about three quarters the way thru to change up and then it comes back. Cool stuff.
ANd again here we have some wonderous chord progressions. REally nice melody to go with it. Its so nice you can express so many emotions through your compositions but they really do hit home Nadia. Brilliant
Lovely bitter-sweet tune. The melody seems to be singing of beautiful times now lost. So amazed at your skill at bringing these emotions to life. Very touching, and lovely.
Cool and dark and delcious. You continue to surprise. Youre awesome
Lovely work, Nadia. Would love to hear the keyboard placed in a larger space with more ambience. Guitar and light strings would work as well.