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    It Still Hurts...

    Memories are forever, that pain will never go away... Devotion, love is eternal... It still feels like it was only yesterday... Love lives on through distant memories and whispered prayers...


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    Good morning,

    a very appropriate piece of music. Thank you for uploading. It pictures the feelings I have about lost friends and family. As time goes by we all experience the emptiness.

    Thank you

    Raymond

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    By now I lost family and friend, too many of them. I understand your pain, as it is so movingly present in your work. However, I disagree with Jos, the emptiness he mention should be replaced with celebration with one's own life. Those who left us, would not approve life-long suffering of the one's who are still here.
    Occasional remembrance, like your piece here, is all your Tara wishes.

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    Thanks for the comments and for listening to the composition, Ted and Raymond.

    Regards,
    Richard

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    Hi Richard,

    As we grow older, we're all confronted with death and departure of beloved ones, friends, neighbours around us. But losing younger lives is always the hardest thing to go through. I can fully understand your lasting grief and longing for what once was so promising and beautiful. True love has no time, age or tangibility. It manifests itself in every thought, sigh, view, uncontrollable far from reason and science... That's probably why it is so hard to come at peace with such a loss. But as Ted said, good memories live on and nobody can change or influence them. They are what they are and from our poetic heart pours sometimes catching sounds which flow into beautiful tunes, singing out all these unspeakable feelings. It's a good thing to share them with perceptive and sensitive soul mates!

    Thanks for sharing and a healthy New Year to you!
    Jos

    (Ted: I didn't mention anything about emptiness...)
    Jos Wylin

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    Re: It Still Hurts...

    Sorry Jos, it was Raymond who mentioned emptiness. It was the "tequila effect".

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    Cheers...

    And it's New Year..
    Jos Wylin

    http://www.joswyl.be compositions and sampling practices

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    Thank you Richard for such emotional and comforting music.

    Kjell

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    Thanks for listening to composition, Kjell.

    Regards,
    Richard

    Quote Originally Posted by kjelleman View Post
    Thank you Richard for such emotional and comforting music.

    Kjell

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    Richard,

    I have always been a fan of your Tara compositions. Grief and heartache can be with us for a very long time, and we each deal with it differently. There is no ¨should¨with regards to how we process our pain.

    I haven´t been on this site for a good long while, I´m sorry to say, and I am moved that upon my visit this evening I was reminded of you and your deep love for Tara that clearly runs through every fiber of your soul. I am reminded of how your music resonated with me at a very tragic point in my life. Here I am a couple of years later and happy to say I am in a much better place, although the events that have shaped me as a person will stay with me. I am learning to honor and respect the feelings that make me who I am.

    Since we last communicated, I now have my own orchestra. I started it as a community project around 6 months ago, and it has grown phenomenally. I was wondering if there might be any possibility of using some of your work to create a single piece that the orchestra can learn and perform? I believe your work would resonate with many, and the orchestra would appreciate performing it. Send me a private message if you wish on this topic.

    Best wishes to you, and thank you for sharing your eternal love for Tara.
    Owen
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