musicsongwriter's picture



Liner Notes: 

Thank you Donna for a beautiful theme with so many variations. I've chosen a negative one. Oh well. Here goes. We all have regrets, Well, maybe not all of us... but I certainly do. So sharing my regrets in music. If anyone hears words, happy to sing please let me know. I'm always happy to collaborate on a new version. Thank you for listening and for sharing your thoughts. My music is open to suggestions. Maybe you don't hear regret/sadness, maybe my music is soothing/ thoughtful... Maybe it sounds totally different compare to what I thought. All thoughts are interesting.

Please keep your comments respectful, honest, and constructive. Please focus on the song and not the demo.


dzd's picture

It is soothing and contemplative, and of course the title alone led me to dwell on some regrets, but most of mine are pretty tasty as I try to learn from them all, and there's been some whoppers Biggrin

Musically I think it works even sticking with the sad/regret theme....... nothing personally springs to mind I'd want to ever discuss openly in lyric form, but hopefully someone will, this is really beautiful, and I love the instrument choices!
Great skirmish!

coolparadiso's picture

Certainly seems like regret. I like the sound its almost asian. Nice one.

ductapeguy's picture

Those synths sound amazing. Like a cross between an electrfied harpsichord and Celtic harp.

johnstaples's picture

Ahhh, dear Nadia, this is beautiful! And I hear the regrets in the melody! But I also hear hope and resolve to go on! It is truly beautiful! Great work on the skirmish my friend!

Roddy's picture

Very different from your piano pieces. The synths were so hypnotic and they did give the sense of regret.

tjeff's picture

Interesting medieval sound, kind of like a lute piece. A contrast from your piano pieces, this is very nice too. Excellent skirmish!

headfirstonly's picture

The synth patch you've chosen for this - not quite harp, not quite lute - gives the music a timeless quality; I can imagine this being played at courtly pageants hundreds of years ago, and yet at the same time it wouldn't be out of place in a chillout room at a nightclub. Not an easy trick to pull off. It's a really lovely piece of music.