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“Can't stay away from fabulous piano improvs!”
“Incredible artistry! I love the productions and wonderful creativity in your tracs. A truly Great adventure in listening pleasure. Nice work Cesli :)”
“Incredible talant with amazing feel and expression - Cesli, you have a new fan! 'Pour Mui' is brilliant!! Peace from Ireland, T.A.F”
“'Pour Mui' wanders so beautifully, out, and in ~~~Magicsong”
“Your Sound is wonderful and so is your playing. My favorites are Children's Song and C Major. Keep playing this wonderful music. Dan McHenney”
“Nachtschatten is brilliant and aptly titled. A labyrinth of suspense and beauty, luring me into a journey of my subconscious. Irrational fears were greedily lapping up every note with pleasure, provoked by long, shadowy pathways, where illusory light teased my return to safety and sanity. Your madness is seductive. I love it.”
““A beautiful piano ballad that is very melodic and seems to flow freely up and down the music scale hitting many notes with precision. The high notes that accompany the lows and mids allow full harmonization. The staccato places emphasis on specefic notes for a dramatic effect. The composition is written by a very competent musician as it doesn't seem to repeat itself and consistently provides new melodies that will hold your interest. An amazing piece that shows what true musicianship is all about.””
“Wunderbar! Gefällt mir sehr gut. Lg, Egon Erger”
““Piano melody is light and playful, whilst also providing a sense of mystery or intrigue. Lots of movement and plenty of passing notes provide a fun and bouncy melody that implores the listener to follow along. An overall fun instrumental song that encourages the listener to follow along and 'throw caution to the wind', so to say.Moves into a darker feeling throughout the song, slowing and having a much more direct approach, driving the feeling of suspense or intrigue further into the listener.””
““This was a very well written piano track, I can almost hear my music theory professor yelling about dynamics though. There is some great complexity and some very technical aspects which I appreciate. Although I could hear that this piece went a few places, it never strayed too far from home, which is a shame. In the last bit where you deviated to a darker style with a birds eye and some more minor/diminished chords I was enthused as I had been waiting for that. A bit more drama in that part would have completed this piece for me, however I thought it was fantastic all together. I would love a radio station filled with this, and should I have the fortune of finding this to download I'll be adding it to my playlist and I feel as if many others may. This is well equipped for easy listening radio and they should find you soon and pay you as well.””
““This song is beautiful. The intro dragged me right in and the harmony stuck to me. I can imagine this song becoming very popular on airplanes. The no vocals also made this song so so beautiful and the tempo made me love every bit of this wonderful song. This song makes me think. Overall I rate this song a 10 cause it reminds me of being on an airplane travelling to Florida. Get this song on an airplane.””
“Very simple and relaxing. There's a lot of head-space provided by such a composition. The development is very pleasant and refreshing, especially as the rhythmic themes are nearly omnipresent. The change to a new movement is more thoughtful that I would have hoped for. There's more heart in this piano than the general neoclassical piano piece. It makes me wonder if there's a new wave of classical piano coming about! There is a whole story in here, the movement of the piece continues all the way through to the end. It 's not entirely unfamiliar, nor is it completely unexpected. A very nicely balanced little piece.””
“Beautiful piano sounds Cesli!”
“Raga is such a fantastic piece! Sitting and waiting for a flight from Siem Reap to Venetiene, and your music take me to another world! I love it! Anders”
“Incredible artistry! I love the productions and wonderful creativity in your tracks.
A truly Great adventure in listening pleasure. Nice work Cesli :) Tim Soucy”
“A great piano ballad that is very eery and ominous, the composition is written in a minor key to deliver this effect. The arrangement is very theatrical and creates a high suspense that will hold the listener's attention. The writing process is amazing as the piano seems to fly up and down the musical scale with percision. The pianist is very skilled and doesn't miss a single note. The arrangement also Features time signature and tempo changes that keep the writing very interesting. Beautiful!”
“The instrumental for this song, is unbelievably great. It is the best absolute start to a song ever. It carried on very nicely to the rest of the instrumental, and just been for a great mix, and match and play on the piano. Everything was very nicely arranged, and consisted of just great talent and music the entire time. The only thing that would and could have really made the instrumental better was the sound of a beautiful voice, to go along with the great piano playing.”
“The bass line on the piano's flourish immediately as the composition begins denotes that this track will be something of an ominous number, and, a good ten seconds in, this is proven correct. The way that this pianist composes and delivers something that he or she has written is nothing short of eerie. The notes that they play as spastically as they do remind me of a haunted house or a dark, wet cave. This song tells a story in its off-kilter melody; one that proves that this maestro is competent at what they write. It will never be a radio hit, but could be used properly for a soundtrack. This is a good track.”
“This song sounds like someone is just randomly playing notes on a piano. No harmonics or melody. Complete and utter absence of vocals. This song isn't even fit to be elevator or hold music. I doubt the person playing this song can even play the piano. I'm sure a toddler could come up with something better.”
I absolutely love this! especially the beginning but perhaps the start was a bit too long. I would have like to see a faster progression but other than that this is an excellent piece from a clearly talented pianist.They should mastery of both writing and performing. chopin would be proud!”
The piano at the beginning was very ominous. A song like this would only work on classical radio. In today's age of mainstream and pop music, I think this song would gain very little success. Hearing this song made me feel like I was in ballet class. However, the piano is very beautiful and well executed, so the pianist definitely has talent. However, I think this has no potential to be popular or successful.”
I like how this song set a really good mood. When I was listening to this I thought this would be perfect in movies or television. I like that the artist creates this mood that is tangible and makes you want to remained engaged in the song. I love the key that this track is played in very classy and modern. Great style and grace.
“the piano is good type of starting the song up. i like how the piano is making random and creepy sounds. i don't like it because no note is going along with the other its like a three year old kid playing the piano for its first time in his life!”
“This song has a really dark and depressing tone to it at first with the low toned piano. But when the higher pitched piano came in i imagined a person running around looking for something but not being able to find it. This song to me is really heavy. Its really dark in some points but lightens up in others. I wouldn't listen to it again but its not a bad song.”
“他叫Cesli vane ，来自德国，是一名钢琴家。自2003年受邀参加上海国际音乐节后，Cesli就和中国结下了不解之缘。由于坚守音乐信念，Cesli的日子清贫却自得。如今，Cesli已在梧桐山脚下生活了4年，很少人知道他的身份，而他最大的愿望是在归国之前能举办一场音乐会，与中国朋友分享他的快乐。
"... a young man comes along...,
placing his fingers on the keys and blowing away all oppressive feelings with ease.
Cesli is eliciting us to a world of fantastic sounds and simultaneous heavenly silence ..." (Newspaper Ostseezeitung, 1998)
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