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One. Two. Three. Four. Tempo! One and two and three and four. Round your fingers! One and two and three and four. Weak! Weak! Please ar-ti-cu-la-te-and-one-and-two-and-three-and-four. Start over.
Lovely interpretations...

Tom Newman, producer of Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells, Amarok, etc.

Great #Sherlock covers today - this one has a cool piano+synth thing going on

Michael Price, composer

that's perfect bro really good :) better than original version I love it .. honestly it's amazing...
Brilliant. Gorgeous, goose-bump inducing stuff.
Oh ! So beautiful....sound just fantstic....with very first bars feel like i'm in full nockout...love your way of plaing...Bravo !....Thank you for sharing with Short Piano Solo...
The person did this piece justice. There are only a few songs in the world that can affect me emotionally and this is one of them....
제가 이때까지 본 류이치 사카모토를 따라하는 일반 사람들 중 제일 나은거 같아요! 강약조절 같은걸 잘하는거같아요!
Really stunning - best interpretation of a Vangelis track I have heard, well done!
Thanks so much Didlybom. It's outstanding music from a Master and you play it beautifully. The best on YouTube. Deckard
Made me cry. Well done. Wish I could afford one of these.
Michael Price himself sent me here. Now I know why! Wonderful!
Sakamoto is a very talented composer and your rendering of this piece is superb. Great job!
Stunning performance and interpretation. I love it.
Wow, that's sick, man. Nice job. Superbly played and excellent taste in film. Love the music from Barry Lyndon!
Oh, my poor fifty. Fifty, fifty, fifty.
Very nice sound. You really captured it. What reverb did you use?
Oh, my heaven! You actually made the best cover of one of my favourite songs. It's an Azimuth. And you made me cry. Thank you very very much, didlybom!
Jesus that was amazing.
Man, it is great to hear someone who actually gets this piece. That its about fragility, humanity, becoming human, irregularity, frail and drunken sporadic playing interspersed with sudden waterfalls of eloquence. Well done.


Not a significant source of groove. May contain traces of emotion.

Composition: Vangelis, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Philip Glass, Michael Nyman, Ludovico Einaudi, Mozart, Mike Oldfield, Craig Armstrong, Bach, Ravel, Erik Satie, Barber, Chopin, Handel, Ennio Morricone, John Williams, David Arnold & Michael Price, Beethoven, Nino Rota, Vladimir Cosma, Serge Gainsbourg

Keyboard: Nord Stage 2. Recording: Mackie Onyx Blackjack, Apple iMovie. Computer: 0 g

Handmade by @didlybom in California.