Piano Magic Continues. . .

Clicking on this image, plays my track on Insight Timer.

With so many lovely melodies, I have just released a track named “Healing Piano Melodies – Part 2.” My first one has been very popular. Working on Zoom with my pianist arranger, Devin, has yielded many more intricate recordings. In the beginning, my piano solo songs averaged a minute and a half. Now they are twice that long.

Last week, I completed “Rainbow Through My Tears.” The melody just soars and brings me joy.

I still have over a dozen songs left. I might even go back to those shorter piano songs and enhance them. So much to work on and I am loving every minute of it!

Feel free to check back, as I might add more videos here later on.

8 thoughts on “Piano Magic Continues. . .

    • Thank you so much, SoundEagle. I am absolutely touched by your engagement with my blog. WOW!
      I just signed up to follow your blog. I will read and respond to your posts when I have more time. Please know that I appreciate your concurrence to my comment on Stacy’s blog post. And I am so sorry you have also gone down the horrible road of grief.
      Thank you for appreciating my “Rainbow Through my Tears!”
      I love the lyrics to that song.

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      • Dear Judy,

        You are very welcome! I look forward to your visiting my blog and reading your thoughts and feedback on the musical compositions and other bespoke features there. By the way, whenever you visit my blog, I would like to recommend using a desktop or laptop computer with a large screen to view the rich multimedia contents available for heightening your multisensory enjoyment at my blog, which could be too powerful and feature-rich for iPad, iPhone, tablet or other portable devices to handle properly or adequately.

        Furthermore, since my intricate blog contains advanced styling and multimedia components plus animations, it is advisable to avoid viewing the contents of my blog using the WordPress Reader, which cannot show many of the advanced features in my posts and pages. It is advisable to read the posts and pages directly in my blog so that you will be able to savour and relish all of the refined and glorious details. Please enjoy!

        Yours sincerely,

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      • I can’t wait! And I will absolutely look at it on my desktop computer to appreciate all of the rich detail.
        Shall I call you sound eagle, or do you have a name I can use? 🙂

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      • Dear Judy,

        I am very touched by what you wrote to Stacy. How very commendable and empathetic of you to be able to console her like this!

        I can empathize with Stacy not only because slightly more than two years ago, I have had to deal with the passing of someone dearest to me, someone whom I have cared for many years, but also because I know what it takes to write such a heart-wrenching and detailed post, for I have also written one in the form of a special multimedia eulogy-cum-memoir-cum-biography entitled “Khai & Khim: For Always and Beyond Goodbye” published at


        The pain and sorrow are always there and sometimes they can be searingly acute. . . . .

        In the said post, you will be able to listen to a lot of my music dedicated to Khim.

        Yours sincerely,

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