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This piece was written for Hannah Baker (see dedication to Dream Tunnel) and is in the style of a Chopin Nocturne although the parallel is not always clear. I was inspired to write the piece by seeing Hannah again after many years and hearing that she still plays the piano. The piece is around Grade IV level, mainly owing to the key. As with most of my more 'simple-sounding' music, the piece is littered with secret codes and messages. The piece has now been complied with a group of small/simple pieces under the title Romantic Miniature for Piano being the last piece in the set.
�Romantic Miniatures for Piano� is a set of pieces consisting of 10 of my more interesting early compositions and any romantic miniatures that I have written up to the present day. The set is as follows: 1: Dream Tunnel (1990) 2: Nameless (1991) 3: Enigma Part One (1992) 4: Enigma Part Two (1992) 5: Larghetto (1994) 6: Nocturne (1995) 7: Libestraume (1998) 8: In The Name (1998) 9: A Little Nocturne (2001) 10: Une Autre Vie (2003)
I am often called to write such pieces, so a second set is liable to appear in the future.
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