This is a waltz I composed in the key of G# minor. The first few notes do indeed sound very much alike to Chopin’s famous waltz in A Minor (posthumous), however I honestly have to say that I did not intend for that to occur. Regardless, feel free to enter the state of my mind and my thoughts by listening to this romantic piece.
In the evening of July 21, 2018 I was left with anxieties building up inside of me. This made falling asleep extremely vexatious and difficult to achieve. In return, I decided to accept the fact that I wasn't going to sleep that night, as I began to see the sun appear through my window. At around 5:30 A.M. I witness what could only be described as a series of golden clouds hovering towards a common direction. Those golden clouds led to me experiencing a sudden epiphany. I felt painless, peaceful, & acquired no anxiety whatsoever. I then lay my hands on my piano, improvising the notes as I go on. Ultimately, I compose this piece, (Garden Of Eden) to express my feelings of serenity and painlessness. I then begin contemplating about a suitable name for this piece and eventually agree on calling it "Garden Of Eden" since the Garden Of Eden can be described as a place or state of great happiness and paradise. I hope you can share my state of serenity as well when listening to this piece.
This piece is currently my only piece composed in a Major key (A Major). And while I do acknowledge that I composed it somewhere around 6:00 A.M., I've still decided to refer it as a nocturne because elements of the night continued to inspire me throughout this piece.
'Un Amour Enchanté' is French for 'An Enchanted Love'. I composed this piece in the ever so tender key of A minor. A diminutive segment of this piece shares some characteristics to Chopin's 'Grand Waltz Brilliante in A minor Op 34 No.2'. I chose to share these characteristics because I absolutely loved how Chopin managed to make use of a rather simplistic chord progression: the i-iv.