This music was composed between 1995 and 1997. At that time I was still using my Roland keyboard, which has synth action keys. These keys are more sensitive than those on a regular acoustic piano and require less finger pressure since they do not have to move actual hammers. They also require closer control of one's touch, often notes which are too loud have to be individually squashed down later to make them fit in with the others. For the most part, the music is quiet and easy to listen to, with perhaps a rowdier piece now and then to provide contrast. The next to the last piece is an experiment to see just how regular and unaccented rhythms can be and still get away with it. It is entitled 'I Am A Metronome.' FREEBIE: You may recall that I once had a license to sell music out on the streets of New York City. I don't do it anymore, but I have quite a few tapes left over from that time. If you still have a tape player and would like to have one of those tapes, I will send one free of charge to anyone who buys any one of my CDs. These tapes generally had piano music on one side, and an instrumental version of the same music on the other. I started doing it that way, because I never expected to have enough music to fill up both sides of a tape. The tapes come with documentation and most have a xerox of a watercolor on the front cover. The sonic quality of the tapes is quite surprising, in some ways more pleasant than a CD. This offer is my own, and is not connected with CD Baby, so I will contact you personally by E Mail when I receive notification of the sale.