Today I’m presenting you with the track Quiet Musing on J.S. Bach by the American composer and piano player Rob Ellis. Rob has played the piano since the age of seven and has written nine full symphonies and about 380 compositions, including jazz, classical and new age to name three.
The track Quiet Musing on J.S. Bach was released on the album Seven Days in May
Tell us something about your track Quiet Musing on J.S. Bach!
I didn’t compose the original theme – it come from Bach’s J. S. Bach – Flute Sonata in E Flat Major, BWV 1031: II. Siciliano. It’s really about my youth and discovering love and beauty. This song just kept circulating in my heart and I just kept improvising on it. If music moves my emotionally then I want to improvise on it. Bach is usually serious and intellectually hard to work on. This piece allowed me more freedom in my emotional expression.”
Thank you for this Rob!