Dancing with Great Whites
Previously released as “a little moon music”, Here, used as the background for a video i made in Oct of Great White Sharks http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iX5R3lrxmYs
This is not the typical Discovery Channel version, here i saw the more languid, graceful, side of these apex predators,,, they were relaxed, and non threatening, sometimes passing as close as a foot from the cage/ camera/,,, a very beautiful experience
Missed this one too? What? How beautiful! Richard, you have a beautiful gift. w;-)
Lots of niceness in this one, an interesting video too.
A full reminder of how wonderful your piano playing is. I'd like to learn someday.
This is really stunning, I don't often listen to music like this, but I don't really know why 'cause I love this. Downloaded for further enjoyment !!
Sweet piano,soft and clear...Nice touching CRESCENDO at 2.40.Thank you for your comment.
Hi Rich, I have no special knowledge of the type "I was on a sound technician, " or something like that. I, however, since childhood (and still) listen to a lot of music, different kind of. And so when working on the next compositions I'm usually already know what I want to get (or, I think I know:-). Knowing this, I pick the appropriate instruments, tools and software. Details, if you really want, by email.
ive not the musical vocab to describe why i love this so much. suffice it to say i do
you music is so soothing
Lovely piece. Really enjoyed this.
What a remarkable sound. Beautiful!
Very very nice!!
This is Gorgeous!
Strait up majic....calming with a sense of flow.
Beautiful (obviously) and holy crap is the video super cool.
Cheers mate glad you liked it. Take care.
~Waves~ "Little Moon" was better I suppose. More courage, a bit, is necessary, though.
Glad you enjoyed it Richard!
This is one of my favs. Perfect backdrop for the video
Nice one Richard.
Two words. Stun. Ning.
Yes I loved the "A little moon music" before, here it becomes a perfect backdrop to the video. Fascinating to see the shark enjoying the company of the divers and yet they are solitary creatures. Mmm interesting!
Thanks for showing us the beauty of a creature that most of us consider to be a ruthless devourer. Your tender soliloquy perhaps does the beast more than justice... I can only hope for the same.