But lyrics and song content belong to the fawmers who wrote them!
instrumental out-of-character short
nothing special but a Thing i ended up with...
This is really pretty and thoughtful to me. I’m not sure of the feelings exactly, but it is a very pleasant song. I’m always reluctant to post things like this, but I sure am glad that you did. Well done!
Wobbie. This is beautiful! 😀
Very beautiful and simple. Simply beautiful. It was wonderful to hear something very out of the ordinary for you, and you really did a wonderful job with this composition. Lovely song!
This is working for me. The little pauses left me leaning in, always a little off balance. The whole thing is sweetly catchy in a melancholic sort of way. Lovely
That's a compelling motif you've got running through this. a playground for the "bells and whistles" to weave around. A change is as good as a holiday! Enjoyed hearing something different from you.
Interesting piece Wobbie, A lovely melody that feels like it wants to break out into something bigger. Nice Thing to end up with.
Nice and relaxing and a good listen to start the day. Lovely stuff!
That sounds terrific. I like that I can just about hear the hammers and keys. Random thought: this sounds closer to the end of a story than to the beginning of one IMO.
So is it the instrumental or the short that's unusual or both 😀 You did give the keys a good going over! Its very nice and uplifting!
for a gentle piece, you are sure socking it to those keys/
I beg to differ: I think it is special. Sounds simpler than it is, and is very soulful.
This is lovely, Wobbie.
I really like the way you build the arrangement. Really pretty melody too.
This has the sound and feel and sensibilty of a sombre TV series theme, like a musical idea of Barrington Pheloung. Quite beautiful.
I like it a lot Wobbie..
It has a cool theme that could go forever
HOPE YOU CAN TAKE IT EVEN FURTHER
Somewhere down the road
HAPPY MID POINT!
Very well put - it has loads of character -
Ooh, a lovely little meditative piece you've created here.
Like walking by yourself near the canal on a cold Autumn day.