Seventeen Windows, for solo piano, is a group of short piano pieces (yes, 17 of them) ranging from one to three minutes long.
Many years ago I wrote a long, complicated difficult piano piece called The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Math. One pianist I showed it to complained “Why is new music always so hard? Why doesn’t a composer ever show me a new piece with the simplicity and power of a Bach prelude?”
The first of these pieces was a reaction to that comment. The rest were because, upon seeing that piece, Jenny Lin told me, “Write sixteen more of them!”
Interesting, intimate music.Lynn René Bayley, Fanfare Magazine
Fresh and fascinatingPaul Ballyk, ExpeditionAudio.com
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