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The composition has been written to commemorate the composer’s grandfather who passed away on 16th October 2015 as a small piano piece. Based on an idea of bright bell sounds that always heard in Buddhist temple as a wishing bells, this piece envisages the sound from other cosmos, other dimensions. Disperse to all registers of the instrument, the vast spectrum of harmony always appear and evanesce repeatedly as tiny musical phrases separated by pause(fermata). This aspect of structure is the composer’s intention to reflect the thought of Buddhism about the noble truth of all things in the universe that arise must be remain and pass away finally, as all the musical contents expressed in this composition .
The piece was composed especially upon request by composer’s friend Pantawit Kiangsiri for the pianist Zizhu Zhao
Duration ca.6 minutes.
Premiere performance : 03/04/2016, University of Southern California
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