If you are looking for some quiet background piano music, head over to the Just Listen page.

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Two announcements…

First announcement – day change

I have been posting here on dwpianomusic.com pretty regularly on Sundays and Wednesdays lately.  Now that I am posting on becomingflame.com on MWF, I will switch the schedule here to Sundays and Thursdays. (We’ll see how that goes and adjust as needed.)

Second announcement – Just Listen page reflects plans for my first album

If you ever want to hear 42 minutes of quiet piano music, maybe the Just Listen page is the place for you. It now has a play list reflecting the songs I’m thinking about including on an album I’m planning to record. I’d love to know your feedback about any aspect – selection, order, piano sound, tempos…whatever.

Grace and peace to  you…and thank you for hanging out here.



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